The Galilean Home is a non-profit, donation-funded ministry located in Liberty, Kentucky providing children of ALL ages a place to call HOME.
The mission is to serve by caring for children and young adults, all having their own special need of our care. Founded by Jerry and Sandy Tucker, their Calling began with a love for children and family soon turned into ministry. As the need arose, the once small log cabin, expanded to what it is today. A vast complex of different dormitories, a school, care facilities, storehouses, and maintenance buildings spread over 20 acres. The Galilean Home takes ZERO state or federal funding, relying solely on donations from individuals or groups like you. Grants from various foundations and fundraisers are another source of support.
For more information, go to galileanhome.org
The programs offered by Power Ministries are growing in number.“Handi-Camp,” the longest standing program, has grown to provide more than fourteen sessions throughout a five-state area. A program for disabled people of all ages, more than 1,200 people (campers & their families) have been served annually in Handi-Camps for more than thirty years. Expanding to provide new Christian Camping opportunities, Handi-Camps are growing to include people with disabilities throughout the country. Other programs include:
Community based programs
Headquartered in New Albany, IN, the outreach of Power Ministries extends North, in IN, to the Michigan border, East to Central PA, and West to North Central IL. The worldwide outreach has taken us to Western Romania and Northeast China, where we will serve again (in God’s time), in schools for disabled children.
For more information, go to powerministries.org
White Mills Christian Camp exists as an extension of the Christian Churches, in order to provide a natural environment where people can take time to enrich their personal relationship with Christ, and prepare for service while discovering God's will in their lives.
For more information, go to whitemillschristiancamp.com
Fellowship of Concern (FOC) was formed approximately 54 years ago because of the overwhelming requests for financial assistance from the community. Jana Miller became a member of NBCC in 1990 and immediately asked to become a representative. FOC consists of around 20 participating churches in the Shepherdsville and Hillview area that meet each month and is funded by these churches and the generosity of the community. Because of the increase of food pantries in the community, FOC can now focus on helping with utilities and medicine.
For more information, call 502-543-6284