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Our Goal

At Three Blessings Disabled Adventures, we offer fun outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy with their dis-ABLED family member.  Our goal is to serve individuals with physical disabilities who require the use of a wheelchair or other walking devices.  


Our long-term goal is to offer grants so that individuals can purchase their own adaptive equipment, making these outdoor experiences a part of their everyday lives again. 


We believe that a disability not only happens to an individual, but the effects are felt by the whole immediate family.  While a disability might be life changing, it does not need to stop you from doing the things you enjoy. 

Getting out in God’s creation is not only fun but it is healing as well.      


What We Offer

We currently offer biking, adaptive kayaking, white tail, sika deer, and turkey hunting.

Future offerings will include fishing, camping, and accessible hiking.

Handcycling July 2023
Man and women in a yellow kayak adapted for a quadriplegic.
Man standing and man in a wheelchair both wearing camo and orange vests.  Man in the wheelchair is pushing into a hunting blind.

Meaning Behind the Name

So how did we come up with the name, Three Blessings Disabled Adventures and what are the three blessings?  


Truth is my wife, with the help of the LORD, came up with the name.  One cold December morning she set out to deliver a gift to someone from our church.  She put the address into her GPS and as she was driving there, she was talking with the LORD, asking Him to help her come up with the perfect name for our non-profit.  Within moments, she passed a tiny sign in someone’s yard that read, three blessings.  “God, That is perfect”, she yelled!  Then the scripture, Romans 5:3-4 came to her mind; We glory in tribulation, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; and perseverance, character; and character, hope.  She was absolutely assured that this came from the LORD, because the GPS sent her home a completely different way.  So, with that came the perfect name of our non-profit.


The three blessings are perseverance, character, and hope.  To overcome a disability, you must have perseverance.  Through this perseverance your character is built allowing you to have hope.       

What People Say

Three men in camo and orange vests, riding on a trailer being taken into the woods to hunt.


The group that Malcolm's team coordinated for this event was over the top! After being towed on a trailer by a huge tractor, the guys went above and beyond to get me set up in my power wheelchair in a tent blind in just the right spot. These are first class folks, and I am anxious to encounter many more adventures in the near future with this awesome group!
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