ADDRESS

(506)-461-3047

 

405 Springhill Rd.
Fredericton, NB E3C 1S2

Canada

 

iamministriescanada@gmail.com

2018 YMCA Peace Medal Recipient

© 2019 I Am Ministries.  Registered charity / 5013C Charity

I AM MINISTRIES

A Luke 14

  Kingdom Venture

I AM MINISTRIES

Maximizing ministry capacity by reaching all people groups based upon Luke 14 Kingdom building principles.

IAM Ministries mission lives out in the principles of the Great Banquet; a parable found in the Bible. This parable shared by Jesus illustrates the value of all persons including those that may be forgotten. An invitation is given for all people to come and join in a grand celebration.  The invitation is met with many excuses. But, the host does not give up. He gives instructions to open the banquet to all people including those who are forgotten. 

 

A wonderful picture is portrayed in this parable of what God desires. We are all busy people and sometimes we make excuses not to attend an important event. But, God invites all people because He wants us to come and experience His goodness. The invitation includes the forgotten. 

 

Who are the forgotten? The homeless, the disabled - those nobody wants to be associated with. IAM Ministries seeks to build into the lives of the forgotten. We have established meeting places for all people just as Jesus instructs in the parable of the Great Banquet.

EVENTS

We have various events throughout the year in our different locations. Keep up to date with what's going on at I Am Ministries.

I AM ABLE

I AM Able is based on the parable of the Great Banquet. “Go out quickly into the streets and alleys of the town and bring in the poor, the crippled, the blind, and the lame.”  Our mission is to see everyone be a part of this Great Banquet.

MISSIONAL
PIONEER

Dr Ross is also a Missional Pioneer with the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada. As a Missional Pioneer Dr Ross will explore fresh expressions with the Luke 14 Kingdom Venture working with those living with disabilities. More to follow. 

LOCATIONS

FREDERICTON

SAINT JOHN

MONCTON

BANGOR