Bethel Bible Village
3001 Hamill Road Hixson, TN 37343
(423) 842-5757
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Welcome to Bethel 

 

Bethel Bible Village provides healing and hope for children and families in crisis.

 

Bethel offers solutions for many of today’s most serious challenges with a faith-based approach. See Who We Serve

 

 

How We Help Families in Crisis

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BETHEL

Christ-Centered Healing and Hope

… Until No Child Remains in Crisis

 

Action Plus Prayer: Why We Need Both

Action Plus Prayer: Why We Need Both Bethel Christian Academy Principal Jenny Vowell discusses the Internet call for “Action not Prayer,” in response to school shootings. She explains why we must call for action, but we cannot forget the power of prayer. Jenny also offers valuable advice for parents from her point of view as…

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The Way To a Boy’s Heart (and Soul)

Photo: Marc and Tessa Cadet and their daughters. The Cadets are House Parents in Bethel’s McCallie Cottage for boys.   “Whether, then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.”   1 Corinthians 10:31   When Marc Cadet was growing up in Haiti, he loved spending time in the…

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LeAnn’s story: Bethel Was My Saving Grace

Photos: LeAnn as a child at Bethel, seated at left, and today with her husband of 18 years.   She was a beautiful little girl with a dreamy smile. But she was living in a nightmare of abuse, and neglect that left her severely traumatized. “Bethel saved me from a life of abuse,” LeAnn recalled. “Every…

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Christopher’s Story: The Table Love Built

His home had no kitchen table. It was something 16-year-old Christopher never really thought about until he came to stay at Bethel during a rough patch in life and a broken relationship with his family. Christopher told his House Parents, Stacey and Scott Ruggles, that one of the things he liked best about Bethel was…

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