MissionsLearn more about missions at Chattanooga Valley Baptist Church.
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age. (Matthew 28:19-20)
The Great Commission is not a request, not a piece of advice, but rather it is a command from our Lord and Savior to reach out to our neighbors and share the Gospel — the Good News — with them. At CVBC we do this in several ways…
Every day, Ugandan parents are faced with a choice. Either I can keep my child and when they’re older they’ll struggle with life just like I am, OR I can take my child to an orphanage and they’ll get three meals a day, an education, and a chance at a better life. That’s a choice no parent should ever have to make.
Benjamin House works to take away all the barriers that might keep a child from their family or tribe of origin so they can grow up learning what family looks like.
“If the school fees of the child or having enough food for the family is the challenge, we attempt to get sponsorship for that child so they can stay with their parents. If its a young teenage mother, we work with her to help her become the mother we know she can be, rather than her having to subject her child to a lifetime alone. In all our programs, self-sustainability plans are a must. We don’t simply want to put a bandage on the problem, we want to solve it at the root, and set these families up for long term life and success. It’s the hard route, but it is best.” (to learn more, click here)
We also support the following ministries:
The Amazing Journey of a Shoebox Gift Begins with You and Results in Evangelism, Discipleship, and Multiplication.
From children to seniors, people pack shoebox gifts each year to bless children in need around the world. Parents often use the project to teach their kids about giving. Year-round volunteers support these efforts across the country.
As of January 2017, there are new initiatives to enforce pre-existing property maintenance codes in Chattanooga and Northeast Georgia. New code enforcement officers have been appointed by city and county officials.
Penalties for code violations are initial fines of up to $1,000 dollars. If no progress is made 30 days after the first visit from a code enforcement officer, daily fees of $10 – $1,000 are charged, as well as any court costs incurred.
In response to this need, Project 52 has partnered with city and county officials to help bring properties up to code. When enforcement officers have cases involving the poor, elderly, or disabled, they notify Project 52, and we assist in the clean up process.
1. Renting 30-yard dumpsters.
2. Filling the dumpsters, and properly disposing of their contents.
3. Developing relationships with clients in need.