A group therapy program geared toward individuals who struggle with alcohol and
drug dependency. With patience, determination and assistance from program graduates,
individuals and their family members strive to uncover and understand the reasons
behind the addictions and work through the issues that affect the users and their
loved ones. Annual seminars focus on training and educating facilitators and family
members in the spiritual and clinical treatment of addicts.
A World Changers Church International (WCCI) chartered Boy Scouts chapter uses a
hands-on approach to build character in boys and young men through activities that
promote teamwork, initiative, creativity and problem-solving and those that cover
citizenship, first-aid, outdoor survival and the development of a personal fitness
program. Three times a month, Boy Scouts participate in organized events such as
This program is geared toward boys 6-18 years old who come from single-parent homes.
It provides the boys with a positive male role model who can impart wisdom and teach
them the practical life skills that will enable them to succeed.
Families & Mentors (FAM)
A mentoring program for families who live in low-income communities and receive
government assistance. Through training and counseling, FAM assists these families
in becoming self-sufficient.
A network of professionals that offers a variety of services to the community, such
as biweekly financial workshops, tax return preparation assistance, personal financial
counseling, and informative workshops and seminars designed to educate and empower
individuals to make wise financial decisions.
In a classroom setting, students with a ninth to 12th grade reading level master
the skills needed to pass the high-school equivalency test (GED) and receive a high
school diploma. Students must take assessment tests at the beginning and at the
end of the program.
Offers tutorial services on Mondays and Saturdays to students in grades K-12 needing
assistance in Reading, Math, English and SAT preparation.
This program is geared toward girls 6-18 years old who come from single-parent homes.
It provides the girls with a positive female role model who can impart wisdom and
teach them the practical life skills that will enable them to succeed.
Home School Fellowship
Provides opportunities for parents who home-school their children to come together
to solve problems, share ideas and enjoy fun activities with their children such
as field trips and seminars. Families may also register for elective classes to
supplement their curricula of choice.
A network of mortgage brokers, real estate agents and bank representatives that
offers information, assistance, resources and personal consultations to individuals
and families desiring to improve their current housing status.
The Judah Generation
This program transports children from surrounding Metro-Atlanta communities to the
World Changers Ministries (WCM) campus for the Super Saturday church service. Children
are fed breakfast and are then taught basic biblical principles through a variety
of fun-filled activities geared toward their specific age-range. Judah Generation,
through creative and biblically sound methods, instills positive values in children.
As such, parents, community leaders and law enforcement officials have seen a tremendous
change for the better in the areas where these children live.
A group of legal professionals that empowers individuals with a clear understanding
of their rights and responsibilities. Complimentary services include consultations,
dispute resolution and seminars that address specific legal issues.
Our mission is to develop strong friendships and accountability
among the men of World Changers Church International through regular gatherings
and group interaction, and ultimately build the character of Jesus Christ into every
man who involves himself with the Men’s Fellowship.
Ministry of Resources
Provides a point of contact to those with social service needs. Resource coordinators
assist these individuals in acquiring resources such as food, clothing and shelter
through financial counseling and aid, Discount Buying Club purchases and the WCCI
Mothers of Preschoolers(MOPS)
MOPS is a ministry program for stay-at-home mothers of children five years old and
younger. With the encouragement, support and friendship of other mothers in the
program, coupled with educational tools and life skills training, these women learn
how to augment their skills as mothers, enhance their relationships with their spouses
and strengthen their Christian beliefs. Individuals are also assigned to specific
discussion groups tailored to their interests or needs. In addition, during these
meetings, the children are cared for through the MOPPETS program
Nursing Home Ministry
Conducts weekly visits to those residing in nursing homes and provides individual
and group counseling. Gifts are also distributed during the holiday season.
A coalition of independent and professional contractors, plumbers, electricians,
painters and general laborers that volunteer their time and skills to assist elderly
and handicapped individuals in need of home repair.
A group therapy approach to developing wholeness in the lives of homosexuals and
bisexuals. It is a vehicle to help individuals discover and understand their true
identity according to the Word of God.
With the help of tutors, students with a fifth to eighth grade reading level master
the skills needed to advance to the GED Preparation program.
This program brings compassion, caring and church services to inmates in correctional
facilities throughout the southeastern and southwestern United States. It offers
group and individual counseling as well as encouragement through written correspondence.
In addition, WCCI donates books, tapes and Bibles for the spiritual and mental edification
Victory in Education
Promotes academic advancement through a variety of programs and offers assistance
in Reading, Math, English and SAT Preparation.