09 Sep Kingdom Partnerships
Posted at 19:19h in Latest News
At CIL we believe kingdom partnership is a primary way God advances His kingdom on earth. Instead of starting a ministry when we identify a need, we often partner financially and spiritually with ministries that are already filling that need in our community. Here are some of our kingdom partnerships:
Hendersonville Samaritan Center provides emergency assistance to residents of Hendersonville. The profits from their thrift store on Dunn St. (the old library) go directly to help residents of our city. It’s a great place to donate clothes and other items.
Hendersonville Young Life targets non-Christian high school students who may not ever attend a church service. The ministry is currently focusing on Hendersonville High School and Merrol Hyde Middle School. Director Daniel Becker and his family attend CIL. The Young Life annual fundraising banquet is Monday, September 21, and is a great way to learn more about this outreach ministry.
Salvus Center provides medical care for the working uninsured of Sumner County. The clinic is located across from Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin.
Shalom Zone is in the remodeled old Union High School in Gallatin. It serves as a community center for the economically challenged Clearview community in Gallatin.
Mission 615 – This organization does outreach to children throughout economically challenged areas and with the homeless in Nashville. Our teenagers did a mission trip with them in June, and we are planning more outreaches in the future.
The Bridge Ministry serves a hot meal to the homeless of Nashville every Tuesday evening under the Jefferson St. bridge. We were one of the early supporters of this ministry, and enjoy a great relationship with their leaders.
These are some of the local ministries we gladly support with prayer, finances, and volunteer hours when needed. If these ministries interest you, learn more about them and get connected. They’d love to meet you.