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We all have good intentions of finding a place to serve, but oftentimes we don't know where to go or who to talk to. 
Kingdom Men of Toccoa can help you get plugged into one of our ongoing ministries.



To get involved, contact Jessie Warren >


The Mentoring Program strives to place more men in the schools as mentors for troubled students. While virtually all schools in the community have tutoring and/or mentoring programs, male mentors are desperately needed in Toccoa schools.

Rev. Tony Evans states that as many as 41% of the young boys in our schools have no Christian male role model, or no male role model at all in the home. Our goal is to place 100 new male mentors in the local schools.

41% of male youth have no Christian male role model.

Our goal is to place 100 new male mentors in the local schools.

Research shows that mentoring works for many youth, in turning their lives around toward more positive directions. This could make a profound difference in school climate for every school in the county!



To get involved, contact Billy Bender >


The Halfway House Assist Program is led by Billy Bender. There are currently two half-way houses in Toccoa that are helping men in recovery to rebuild their lives.

We have the opportunity to come alongside these men and help in various (typically non-monetary) ways:

  • Assist with job searches

  • Help with transportation

  • Bring to Sunday school classes and other activities

  • Prayer and encouragement


We have already celebrated a program attendee giving his life to Christ, and we've successfully placed several men in steady jobs.

We need more men to step up and help serve these men in need!


Additional opportunities

Jailhouse Ministry: 
Several jailhouse ministry options are currently ongoing in Stephens County, and we intend to find a way to support and extend them. 

Dinner with a Cop:
Partners troubled youth with area police to break the tension and let these folks know each other outside of police enforcement activities.

Church Based Academic Tutoring:
While evangelical ministry activities are somewhat restricted during mentoring activities at schools, tutoring in difficult subjects within our churches are not restricted by “separation: church and state” concerns. Perhaps we could initiate or support church based tutoring in reading or math, to open more direct ministry opportunities.