Atiba Adams

Logistics Supervisor

Beyond his spiritual calling, Atiba Adams cherishes his roles as a dedicated family man, a loving husband to Lady Roxane Adams, and a nurturing father to their son, Emory Adams. His mission extends beyond his immediate circle, aiming to ignite faith in countless others through the transformative power of the gospel.

With two sisters and two brothers, his close-knit family significantly shaped his life. His vast library of over 4,000 books is a testament to his insatiable hunger for knowledge. Fondly known as "teach" by friends for his passion for teaching, he aspires to establish a Bible training center.

His passion for psychology, philosophy, and theology drives both personal and professional growth. His connection with nature further roots his spirituality. His varied interests, including counseling, fishing, bowling, and family travels, paint a vivid picture of his vibrant and diverse personality.

Additionally, his culinary prowess and fascination with history add depth to his multifaceted pursuits.

In addition to his ministerial and familial commitments, his successful career as a Logistics Supervisor and certified trainer highlights his leadership skills and expertise. As the founder of Grace Ministries and Synergy Counseling, he embodies a commitment to uplifting lives.

His philanthropic endeavors support various churches, particularly contributing to building funds, underscoring his strong sense of community and service.

Looking forward, he aspires to expand his ministry globally, engaging in missionary work to create meaningful changes in the lives of those in need.

He embodies a well-rounded individual, balancing a thriving professional life with steadfast commitments to faith, family, and philanthropy. His journey stands as a testament to the transformative power of faith, service, and the pursuit of one's passions. His ongoing influence sparks anticipation for even greater contributions in the future.

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