Bringing Change to a City
We seek to be part of positive change in our city. We want to do our part to help end homelessness, poverty, human trafficking, joblessness. We look for opportunities to employ people who are serious about success, who have experience hardship and even crisis in their lives. We aren't their destination, but we certainly want to be a key stop on their pathway to success. We also want to partner with non-profit organizations in our city that are addressing these issues, to encourage and empower them to continue bringing change.
Here are a few we work with:
second life Tennessee
Second Life Tennessee began as an unexpected conversation between two friends in 2007. Over time this conversation grew into the development of the organizational commitment to not only fight human trafficking, but to be a part of the movement that will bring about the end of the crime in the U.S. From their beginning, they have been a partnership-driven organization, realizing that collaboration is central to the success of their cause.
forgiven much ministries
Forgiven Much Ministries (FMM) provides education for healthy intimacy and sexual development, by teaching Core Issue Addiction Recovery principles, with a sexual addiction emphasis, to equip Christians to pursue God’s design for sexual wholeness.
live and love ministries
Live and Love Ministries exists to encourage and inspire others to live life to the fullest (John 10:10) and love the Father and others well (Matthew 22:37-39). Through their story and experiences they desire to empower individuals in establishing and growing deeper and more meaningful relationships with God and others.
The Chattanooga Area Food Bank's mission is to lead a network of partners in eliminating hunger and promoting better nutrition in our region. The Chattanooga Area Food Bank healthfully nourishes the hungry in our region who have summoned the courage to ask for help.
Chattanooga Area Food Bank
The Tennessee Department of Children's works to ensure forever families for children and youth by delivering high - quality, evidence - based services in partnership with the community. Their vision is to see Tennessee’s children and youth are safe, healthy and back on track for success.
tennessee department of children's services
BYX (Beta Upsilon Chi), a National Christian Fraternity, exists for the purpose of establishing brotherhood and unity among college men based on the common bond of Jesus Christ.They are a lifelong brotherhood of committed Christian men seeking the bonds of brotherhood and unity in Christ through the avenue of a social fraternity on a college campus.
BYX at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
The House exists to bring college students to a deeper knowledge and love of Jesus Christ. They accomplish this in partnership with the local church and hundreds of individuals who want our next generation of leaders to be known and know Jesus. Within the community of The House you will find residence houses, a coffee shop, retreats, missions, small group Bible studies, and a whole host of other events, but most students first encounter ministry of The House through a friend inviting them to Tuesday Night Worship.
The House Ministry at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
RiverChurch started in the summer of 2009 as a community of people seeking to make Chattanooga a better place to live by living out the gospel of Jesus Christ. Their desire is to be the church, not simply go to church. RiverChurch is a church for anyone, although it may not be a place for everyone. They have people from every walk of life . . . rich, poor, homeless, moms, dads, kids, grandparents.