Touched By Grace Ministries, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 12 12 reviews
Box 3393 Brentwood TN 37024 USA
Touched by grace inspires individuals to unleash their true purpose by facilitating individual transformation through the synergy of partnership. Following the example of christ, we seek to infuse the people we equip with resolve and boldness allowing their authentic potential to be unleashed. Our goal is to guide individuals to lead a focused life with elegance and passion so they in turn become powerful catalysts for radical change all around them. We do this one person at a time.
People are discipled in israel. These individuals experience the land god lived in. Touched by grace successfully offered small groups and individuals the opportunity to strengthen their faith by participating in a discipleship program in israel. This is key for them to deepen their understanding of the word of god. They are equipped for explaining their faith back in the country they live in after completing the program. Each individual has the opportunity to learn first hand about god in israel. Each participant has special times of reflection in key areas that jesus taught the disciples. Each participant is taught by qualified clergy and other trained professionals. Dr. Todd horton monitors the program and actively teaching on all discipleship programs.
touched by grace had the opportunity to help orphans in ukraine. Tbg provided diapers, clean clothes, and basic life necessities.
we only have two program services
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Rose is one is such an adventurous woman of God, organizing the retreat with her was a blessing and so was the retreat for the attending women.
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