Doris Inman, class of 1965, is a counselor and ordained minister who spends her life loving those around her. Doris has had cerebral palsy all her life; yet, she has transformed her “dis”-ability into what she calls a “God”-ability. After graduating from George Fox in 1965, Doris spent 10 years helping troubled youth find employment, and she’s spent the last 30 years working with the developmentally disabled. She’s taught living skills, worked in a group home, provided transportation, and helped many live independently. She even has cared for individuals in her own home. In 1985, Doris founded a Christian counseling ministry, Christian Restoration Counsel. Ordained by the World Outreach Bible Institute in 1990, Doris has ministered in women’s small groups and at campgrounds near her home in Dallesport, Wash. She is also active in her local congregation serving with the prayer-ministry team.
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