2018 Conference

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Network 1:27 Conference
Bowling Green, KY
April 15-18,2018

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Jobs Available at Tennessee Children’s Home

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Interested in mission work? Come and be a part of our mission team at Tennessee Children’s Home. Current Needs: Spring Hill Campus: Seeking a state licensed teacher with Bachelor’s or higher degree, to fill a full-time position at their on-site school working with adolescent males ages 13-18. This is a salaried position with excellent benefits.[…..]

Dr. Houston Davis and Agape Nashville

Saturday, December 30th, 2017

The following article was copied from the cover page of Agape in Action. It is worth reading! On October 26th, I had the honor of being installed officially as the 11th president in the 110-year history of the University of Central Arkansas. It was one of those significant days in life when you are offered[…..]

Georgia Agape Addresses Safe Haven After Adoption

Friday, December 1st, 2017

Georgia Agape is wholeheartedly invested in ensuring that families succeed. They are currently in the process of adding an additional service for their families. The Training in Adoption Competency (TAC) certification, which is an 18-month training offered in partnership with The Center for Support and Education and Georgia State University prepares social services professionals to[…..]

Sunnybrook Children’s Home Provides a Home of Hospitality

Saturday, November 4th, 2017

With over 6,000 children in Mississippi’s foster care system, the need for supporting current foster families is critical. Sunnybrook Cares seeks to create and train church congregations to raise up support systems for foster parents in their given church families. One component of this ministry is Sunset Hill, a home of hospitality in the countryside[…..]

Arms of Hope Reaching Out To Flooding Victims

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

This is on the Arms of Hope Website and I felt needed to be posted on our website. Sally Shank We at Arms of Hope are humbly asking for your support in helping thousands of families that are dealing with the catastrophic flooding in the Houston area. First and foremost, please join all of the[…..]

Agape’s Salem House for 18-21 Year Old Boys

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

One of the most pressing questions in foster care is what happens to children who age out of the system. Now, with the Salem House, AGAPE will be answering this question by giving young men a chance to fully prepare themselves for independent life. Thanks to North Carolina’s Foster Care 18-21 program, foster children can[…..]

New Home for Children at Southern Christian Home

Saturday, August 19th, 2017

16 children gathered at the entrance of what is now their new home. Upon opening the doors to the new facility, each child ran to their new room. Shouts of joy could be heard through the buildings and the smiles were so grand their cheeks must have yearned for rest. One our our 14 year[…..]

Agape Memphis Meeting Needs To Keep Children In School

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

Through Agape’s school-based initiative, Stars, children and families receive the support they need. Agape has a presence in some of our city’s most underserved areas including Hickory Hill, Raleigh, Frayser and Whitehaven. Through “connectors” who work directly with children and families, we have seen significant improvements – and those improvements have a positive ripple effect[…..]

Take A Walk Through Time

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

A permanent exhibit commemorating AGAPE’s 50 years of service was unveiled recently at the agency’s main offices in The Justiss-Kirby Center on Trousdale Drive in Nashville. Funding for the time-line project was made possible by a generous grant from The Ezell Foundation. A formal public presentation ceremony and open house will be planned in the[…..]

Westview Boys’ Home – Blazing New Trails

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

Habits and rhythms are positive and powerful things but there is also fun and excitement in getting away from them. Every summer our young men get away to church camp. For some it is their first experience of summer camp: life outdoors, new friends, and new songs. For teens, blazing these new trails is fiercely[…..]