Welcoming children in hard places with the

Love of Christ

Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes provides Christ-centered, nurturing homes for children in hard places across Tennessee through compassionate on-campus homes and foster families.

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Upcoming Golf Tournaments

West Tennessee Golf Tournament

"Champions Fore Children"

October 5, 2018

For more information, contact Mary Wasson at mwasson@tennesseechildren.org

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East Tennessee Golf Tournament

October 30, 2018

For more information, contact Theresa Davis at tdavis@tennesseechildren.org

SERVICES

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Foster Care

We partner with Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services (DCS) to provide certified foster families for children who come into state custody.

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Residential Care

We provide on-campus homes for children who are not in state custody but whose parents or family members cannot currently provide the day-to-day care the children need.

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Family Care

We not only support the children in our care; we provide resources for their families as well to better facilitate a successful, safe reunification.

Resources

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Connection and Healthy Touch Activities

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Mully

The soon-to-released film Mully tells the real-life tale of Charles Mully, an abandoned child of Kenya’s streets turned business magnate. He and his family had come to know all the lavish trappings of success. But in a dramatic turn, Mully senses God calling them away from privilege and power, to give themselves instead to the…

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Speak! Good Dog.

This may come as a surprise to you, but my dog talks. Not only does Max talk, but he happens to be quite persuasive.   Words, of course, don’t come from his mouth, but my sweet wife gives him voice and he says stuff ALL the time. “Daddeee, will you take me for a wawk?” “Wook…

Impact Stories

Shayla and Selena

It’s not every day I get to witness two happy endings come together in such a beautiful way, but this was one of those days. In November 2017, we had a foster parent appreciation dinner on the Bartlett campus, and two of the children there were Shayla and Selena.   Shayla and Selena had not seen…

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Tiffany

Tiffany became a Christ Follower last year. “When I first came to TBCH, I was not good. I was getting in trouble at school…and I feel like TBCH gave me the power to choose ‘good.’ They were the ones to show me that doing good is not weak. So they gave me the choice to…

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Chase

After almost 3 years in foster care, Chase* was ready to be reunited with his mom and to be able to go home and live with her. At the beginning of those 3 years, both Chase and his mom had some major issues that made it unsafe for them to be together. Chase was diagnosed…

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Travis & Amanda

We had been praying for 6 years about becoming foster parents. We were positive that this was a direction God was leading us. Through our jobs in education we have worked with several foster children which only strengthened our desire to eventually become foster parents. I remember looking at training dates several times, but we just…

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Cat

Some people think the younger generation is lazy, but you certainly couldn’t say that about Cat, one of our residents in Brentwood. “I can not wait to get a job,” she says. Cat has been with TBCH for almost five years, four of which were on our Memphis campus. Since streamlining our West Tennessee campuses,…

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Laurie

Psalm 127:3-5 Children are a heritage from the LORD, Offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior Are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man Whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame When they contend with their opponents in court. The Lord…

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