The purpose of Acts Outreach Ministries is to partner with businesses and churches to initiate/continue to advance the gospel locally and globally. Our objectives are to engage with various missions and ministries in four major regions and to connect various churches with these ministries: Chattanooga and surrounding areas – (Jerusalem), Southeast region of the United States – (Judea), North America – (Samaria), Globally – (Ends of the Earth).
We are here to participate in the city-wide transformation of Chattanooga by modeling, resourcing, and equipping the Body of Christ for sustained and unified prayer, worship, and outreach. We model our ministry through prayer meetings and retreats we host; resource prayer by offering logistical support for prayer meetings and retreats throughout the region; and equip the Body of Christ for prayer through training and hands-on learning experiences.
Child Evangelism Fellowship of Tennessee Greater Chattanooga Chapter is a chapter of the largest children’s missionary organization in the world. We pride ourselves in daily sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with children. We believe that by sharing the Gospel with children in a clear and understandable manner we are answering God’s calling for us in building His kingdom and fulfilling His command in the Great Commission.
The goal of La Paz is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for area Latinos to come together in order to build community, develop leaders, and be a positive contribution to the growth and development of the Chattanooga region. Our desire is to be a place where Latinos are warmly welcomed into Chattanooga and see it as an inclusive, yet diversely rich community.
LifeLine’s three basic purposes are to provide support, education, and resources to families affected by a chronic or temporary, medical or educational, physical or mental disability. Currently, LifeLine is primarily aimed at families with children with special needs, but our ultimate goal is to reach families of those with disabilities across the lifespan, whether the disabilities be related to birth or acquired later in life. If you church would like to be trained to better serve people with special needs and their families, please visit here: http://lifelinefamilies.org/special-needs-ministry/
The mission of Chattanooga Room in the Inn is to empower homeless women and children to become self-sufficient by offering a temporary home while providing programs and services necessary to meet their goals.
We are a nonprofit agency operating in Knoxville and Chattanooga that is committed to providing protection and assistance in refugees’ inspiring journey. We recognize their plight, their resilience and their willingness to join our community and make it their own. Become part of America’s proud tradition of welcoming refugees and come join us as we work together, building lives in a new land.
The Chattanooga Youth Network has been connecting with, caring for, and coaching youth ministers and leaders in the greater Chattanooga area since 1994. Our passion is for every youth leader to be connected and equipped in the essentials of effective youth ministry so that the next generation can see and savor the greatness of God.
Desperate Dependent Community exists to engage and encourage Christian leaders to find Christ relevant to every area of life thereby promoting effective, sustained ministries. While cultivating a community of compassionate caregivers who desire to serve the body of Christ, our ministry motivates spiritual maturity.
We are a non-profit ministry for people with hearing loss, their families, and friends. We are building a strong community of individuals and organizations with a common interest in hearing loss issues. Our desire is to improve the quality of life for all deafened and hard of hearing who visit our site. Our goal is to make it easier for you to manage the social, emotional and practical challenges that hearing loss brings.
Our mission is to build transformative Christ-centered relationships with persons in addiction-related prostitution through trust and respect that provide ways out of the cycle of shame and destruction into the community of Grace with a Christ-centered, long-term, holistic restorative home for women exiting addiction-related prostitution.
Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes ministers the love of Jesus Christ to children and families in crisis. We provide residential and foster care to Tennessee’s children regardless of race, creed, or socio-economic background.
Limitless. That’s a word we’ve used recently at IMB to describe our vision for partnering with Southern Baptist churches and other Great Commission Christians. We want to vastly expand our missions efforts for the spread of the gospel to every people group on the planet, forging a dynamic network of pathways connecting churches and individuals directly to IMB missionary teams around the world. That’s why we exist: to partner with churches to empower limitless missionary teams who are making disciples and multiplying churches among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God.
The Tennessee Baptist Mission Board oversees the daily operation of the missions and ministry activities of the network of churches that make up the Tennessee Baptist Convention. More than 3,000 churches are a part of that network, serving together through Cooperative Program giving, the Golden Offering for Tennessee Missions and the ministries of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board to reach Tennessee, reach the nations and change the world for the glory of Jesus Christ.
For more than 170 years, Southern Baptists have sought to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people everywhere. The Southern Baptist Convention was formed with a Gospel vision. Its founding charter identifies its singular focus: . . . for the purpose of eliciting, combining, and directing the energies of the Baptist denomination of Christians, for the propagation of the Gospel. The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has grown to be a network of more than fifty thousand cooperating churches and church-type missions banded together to make an impact for God’s Kingdom. Though as many as two hundred could be counted as “mega-churches,” the vast majority of Southern Baptist churches run less than two hundred in weekly worship. No two Southern Baptist churches are alike; but there are certain commonalities that bind Southern Baptists together, regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, language, size, or locale. What we offer here is an overview to help tell the story of what God is doing in and through the people called Southern Baptists.
The North American Mission Board exists to work with churches, associations and state conventions in mobilizing Southern Baptists as a missional force to impact North America with the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism and church planting. We accomplish that through Send North America, our national strategy for mobilizing churches to plant churches and mobilizing church planters and other missionaries to assist with those efforts.
Our mission is to accelerate Scripture translation and impact for people without God’s Word through Great Commission partnerships. Over a billion people worldwide don’t have the full Bible in the language they know best. Nearly 1,700 languages don’t have any Scripture at all. In our lifetime, the Bible will become available to all for church planting, evangelism and discipleship efforts led by the local Church. We’re on a mission to get the whole Bible translated into every language in this generation.
6625 Lee Hwy,
Chattanooga, TN 37421