Dorsey Ross’s journey overcoming life’s obstacles with Apert Syndrome will inspire you and give hope to see with God all things are possible. His story is powerful as he endured 68 surgeries and shares the hope he found through God. He would love to come share his incredible story at your church, service or event. Book him today!

Welcome to the Dorsey Ross Ministries Website

Throughout his life, Dorsey has had to overcome a lot in his life.   From being born with a congenital disability to going through sixty-eight operations.  There have been times in his life where he has asked the question of why.  Why, if God is a loving and caring God, would God allow him to be born with a disability. Dorsey has come up with a great theological answer as to why he was born this way. His response, he doesn’t know. What Dorsey does know is that God has a great plan and purpose for his life.  Dorsey wants to inspire others that regardless of his disability, if God can use him, he can use anyone. God’s has helped him with overcoming life’s obstacles.

Dorsey has seen God’s faithfulness through extreme suffering. He would love to encourage your church with his message of hope. Email him at revdross@gmail.com.

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Doresey Ross has faced seemingly insurmountable challenges since his birth, yet he refused to let adverse circumstances rob him of purpose, joy, and dreams. God has shown himself faithful through this Doresey’s life. His story is sure to encourage and inspire your congregation!

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The Bible teaches that if we ask anything in Christ’s name and according to His will, God hears us; Dorsey would love to join you in praying for your situation.The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working (James 5:16b). Dorsey will stand in faith with you!

New Edition of 'Overcomer'

He was considered a surprise birth.
Dorsey’s parents were in their forties. They had two grown daughters and were considered past child-bearing age. When Dorsey was born, the doctors believed he wouldn’t survive due to his life-threatening disability.