Welcome to Bethel
Bethel Bible Village provides healing and hope for children and families in crisis.
How We Help
Bethel serves children and families in crisis according to their specific needs, from intensive weekend retreats for families in crisis to residential care on our campus.
Residential care includes housing in cottages on our campus with a safe and structured environment. Residents receive meals, therapeutic care, social services and education in our campus school, Bethel Christian Academy.
Bethel alum Allen Green explains how Bethel helped him overcome crisis.
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BETHEL BIBLE VILLAGE
Single Parents in a Housing Crisis
Chattanooga’s Affordable Housing Crunch Hits Single Parents Hard Bethel Offers Temporary Help for Those in Crisis Affordable housing in the Chattanooga region is a growing problem, especially for single parents with children. Last summer, the Times Free Press reported that rental rates in Chattanooga were rising five times faster than workers’ wages. And…Read More >
Rachel’s Story: Nowhere To Go
Rachel first understood the nature of God’s providence when she was on a mission trip in Florida a few years ago. “The church van broke down along a highway and the engine needed water. God put us in the right place; we were right beside a stream,” she recalls. “It seemed God would always place…Read More >
New Retreat Helps Families Reconnect
Bethel has expanded its ministry to the community in 2019 with a new weekend retreat called Family Steps. Families often come to Bethel at a point of crisis. They have reached a point where they can no longer function or communicate effectively as a family. Although they have tried counseling, they still need more help,…Read More >
Raising Children During a Health Crisis
Her husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer when their twin boys were just 12 years old. Scottie Summerlin share tips for families in a health crisis.Read More >