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

Bethel Bible Village provides a safe and nurturing home for children and families in crisis, on our 64-acre campus in Hixson, TN.


With a faith-based approach to hope and healing, Bethel offers solutions for many of today’s most serious challenges. See Who We Serve


How We Help Children and Families in Crisis

Bethel Bible Village has served children and families for more than 60 years. We offer a more comprehensive package of services than any other children’s home in our region. 


See Bethel  Success Stories



Know a child who needs Bethel? Apply Here


When we help children and families in crisis, we strengthen our community as well. 


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Bethel is accredited by ECFA
and has a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.


Find Out More about our commitment to financial accountability,  transparency and donor privacy.

From Bethel Kid To Baylor Mom

A Journey of Faith, Love and Perseverance Together, they light up a room. Both mother and daughter have a glow about them, engaging smiles and laughter that spills over, binds them together, and covers a multitude of struggles that have brought them to where they are today. Before them stands Baylor School, one of Chattanooga’s…

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#momforthewin: The Social Media Contest

What parent would turn down a brand new “X-Box One” console that’s free of charge from a social media contest? A really good one, we discovered, when Karen stopped by to donate an unopened box to Bethel.   A Contest of Wills Karen’s son, Jacob, is 13 years old. He entered a contest on Twitter to…

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Run the Path God Has Set for You

  “Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me.” Philippians 3:12 (NIV)   As adults and young adults we are constantly thinking about our purpose and how to arrive at it….

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Speaking with Love in a Culture of Hate

After last year’s divisive election season, I had hopes that inauguration day would be a time for our nation to focus on unity and healing. Unfortunately, the news seems to light up with a new inaugural or post-election controversy every hour of the day. And with this, our children are being exposed to a great…

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