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Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes has a long history of connecting local churches with the children in Tennessee who need their help most.

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Because we do not accept government funding, investments from local churches through the Cooperative Program enable us to teach Christian values to the children in our care.

Since our founding in 1891, we’ve partnered with over 2,100 churches and made a tremendous difference in the lives of the children and families in our care.

We’d love to learn more about your church and share how your congregation can make a difference in a Tennessee Child.

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Testimonies

See what other churches say about their relationship with TBCH

“Our church, and every church, is called to be the body of Christ loving and serving as He did. Jesus calls us to care for the least of these; to care for widows and orphans in their distress; and, to defend the cause of the fatherless. Our partnership with TBCH provides us a direct line with children in need. We look forward to even more direct involvement with children who come into the state foster care system as we expand our partnership with TBCH to provide training for resource parents here in our church. It is our prayer that through this partnership every child in crisis will know that they are loved and have hope in their future through the good news of Jesus.”
Mike McClanahan; Missions Pastor, First Baptist Hendersonville
“KWBC partners with TBCH because they help us minister to the great need among Tennessee families. We have a Biblical responsibility that is best carried out in this partnership.”
Edd Lawrence; Associate Pastor, Kirby Woods Baptist Church
“One of the direct commands of the New Testament is to “look after the widows and orphans in their distress…” (James 1:27). There is no doubt when you look at the life of Jesus that He loved children. We believe that one of the ways that we demonstrate our love for Him is by loving those that He loved. The Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home gives us an opportunity to minister to children and now we are excited to partner in the effort to raise up “faith families” that will care for the children in the Tennessee foster care system.”
Bruce Chesser; Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church Hendersonville
“One of the direct commands of the New Testament is to “look after the widows and orphans in their distress…” (James 1:27). There is no doubt when you look at the life of Jesus that He loved children. We believe that one of the ways that we demonstrate our love for Him is by loving those that He loved. The Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home gives us an opportunity to minister to children and now we are excited to partner in the effort to raise up “faith families” that will care for the children in the Tennessee foster care system.”
David Worley; Pastor, Bethel Baptist Church

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