Network of Nations

Network of Nations is a local nonprofit that does outreach to international students. The goal is build bridges into the church. The Church in DeKalb provides food once each semester for the Intercultural Cafe, which feeds international students on a weekly basis. Our building also hosts "Spouse Group," which is a group for wives of students, as well as several enthusiastic toddlers.

For more information, please check out the website http://networkofnations.org or email TCDEKALB@gmail.com  and we will help you get in touch with Stephanie Dawkins, who would be happy to share more information on how you can be involved.

 

Black Sheep Harley Davidson for Christ Ministry

We have members both inside and outside our congregation that have been trained to share the gospel with Harley-Davidson Owners Group (H.O.G) within a ministry called Black Sheep Harley-Davidson for Christ. Those called to this ministry own a Harley-Davidson motorcycle and regularly meet with the members of H.O.G. to build relationships and ultimately share the gospel and serve those members. 

To learn more please email:   TCDEKALB@gmail.com or visit http://www.blacksheephdfc.org

 

 

Kid's Hope USA

Kids Hope USA is a national, non-profit organization which facilitates mentoring relationships with at-risk children through a church-school partnership. One thing will make a big difference in the life of an at-risk child: One-on-one, positive attention from a caring adult. Kids Hope USA develops these relationships through the creation of church-school partnerships that pair church members with at-risk kids in encouraging, mentoring relationships. Kids Hope USA mentors spend just one hour per week, reading, talking, playing and listening to one child at school for an entire school year. By helping the child feel valued, they help that child to learn, grow and succeed. The church in DeKalb is partnered with a local elementary school in the community and provides mentors for at-risk children.

For more information please email Emily Prickett: emily.prickett@reachingdekalb.com