Unlimited Potential is created to care for their community by targeting their five pillars: racial healing, poverty awareness, employability and entrepreneurship, leadership development, and culturally responsive education.
Gallatin Shalom Zone is an organization designed to engage residents of Sumner County in the work of healing, peace, reconciliation, justice, and love so that we can grow beyond our current circumstances and, together, live as the beloved community.
In partnership with churches, individuals, corporate friends, and other local organizations with a heart for service to our community, Gallatin C.A.R.E.S. exists to provide short-term relief and economic assistance to those in need in Gallatin and surrounding Sumner County.
FEED Sumner seeks to connect all of Sumner County to God, others, and service. As a partner of Second Harvest and several other non-profits throughout the community, Feed Sumner serves approximately 300-400 families per month.
Daniel Becker is the Area Director and Brittany Becker is the Area Administrator for Young Life in Sumner County, an active part of schools. These groups provide an opportunity for students to share Christ on their campuses and participate in camps and other activities year-round. Daniel and Brittany attend CIL, and we are proud to be on their support team.
The goal of Grace Place Ministries is to empower single mothers in need and their children toward developing healthy, safe, and independent lives in the local community.
The Samaritans Center’s purpose is to help families in need get through a crisis that is unusual to their lifestyle, and then to assist them in becoming self-sufficient.
Salvus Center, Inc., is a faith-based primary care health service that seeks to reclaim the Biblical and historical commitment to care for those who are sick and in need so they might experience wholeness, wellness, and healing.
Mission Discovery organizes teams of student and adult volunteers to build homes for families in need, love on orphans, feed the hungry, clothe and educate school children, provide medical care, and empower churches to bring hope to their communities. Jimmy Rivera is the president of Mission Discovery; he and Kyla Rivera are loyal members of CIL.
Jacki serves with Live Dead Arab World, an initiative that aims to plant churches among unreached people groups through teams. Jacki calls CIL home and attends our service online as she has dinner every Sunday.
Far Flung Tin Can is a missionary collective that seeks to innovate the global missions experience by using all different people with different backgrounds and welcoming in others to join their mission.
Jeff and Lisa Gregory have served in ministry together since 1986 and founded Reaching 360 together in 2012. Their heart is reaching the unreached people of the world with the love and message of Jesus through the provision of their basic needs first. It blends a humanitarian focus with the need for the gospel.
Living Sent Ministries exists to inspire and equip business and professional leaders to live out their Christian faith. In their own words, “it’s about connecting Sunday to Monday.
Mel and Jillian moved to Bangladesh in 2011 with their two small children. They helped start and operate a home for children who were born of women who worked in the local brothels. They also conducted children’s camps and taught in Bible schools. Mel, Jillian and their family now serve in a larger context in ministry to the Muslim world through the Global Initiative Reaching Muslim Peoples.
Abortion has a deep ripple effect. Save One seeks to help people through their healing process whether someone has chosen abortion personally, lost a child to abortion, or their life has been profoundly affected by abortion. They provide recovery services for women, men, and families.