Welcome to Bethel Bible Village
Young people come to Bethel Bible Village for many reasons, including:
- Abuse or neglect
- Pregnancy during the teen years
- Single teen moms in crisis
- Family homelessness
- Emotional and behavioral issues
- An alternative to Foster Care or State Custody
- Juvenile delinquency or truancy
- Parents who have died or are in jail
- Parents who cannot provide care due to drug or alcohol addiction, or other issues
Without help, these children may never graduate high school, understand how to navigate healthy relationships, or achieve independence as self-supporting individuals. Some have no place to call home or family who can raise them.
When Bethel Bible Village helps youth reach their highest potential, we strengthen families and our community as a whole.
How do we accomplish this? Bethel cares for the whole child; educationally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. From our specialized programs, to the personalized attention at our campus school, Bethel Bible Village offers a unique package of services not available through any other children’s home in our region.
Learn about our Licensing, Accreditation and Oversight
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As a non-profit ministry, we rely on our generous donors and amazing volunteers, who walk alongside us and make an amazing difference in the lives of children and teens every day. Learn how you can help Make a Difference.
Know a child who needs what we offer at Bethel Bible Village? Find out How to Apply
Bethel Welcomes New President and CEO Kevin Beirne
Photo: Bethel House Parent Darryl Eubanks welcomes Kevin and Cindy Beirne at a staff reception for our new President and CEO. A Message from Kevin Whiteside, Bethel Bible Village Board Chairman: Dear Bethel Friends, Over the past seven months, the Bethel Executive Search Committee has been diligently seeking God’s next leader for Bethel Bible Village. …Read More >
Chuck and Cynthia Baker Say a Fond Farewell To Bethel
Photo: Bethel Executive Assistant Gale Bolton presents a farewell gift from our staff to Chuck and Cynthia Baker. In 2015, Bethel President and CEO Chuck Baker felt God was calling him to a new season, and he asked the Board of Directors to form a search committee to secure his replacement. This week, as Kevin…Read More >
Be Strong and Courageous
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Teens Share Their Eggs-cellent Life Learning Skills
Learning to budget, select ingredients, plan a menu and make meals are among the independent learning skills that teen girls must master in the Poindexter home on our campus. House parents Floyd and Deborah Richardson had a pleasant surprise last Saturday when two of the girls decided to make breakfast for the entire house and…Read More >