Our Missions

Please help Grand Ecore Road Church of Christ support those serving throughout the world as resident missionaries; they sincerely need our prayers. We know that they desire for you to learn how God is working in the lives of those who are hearing His Word for the first time.

As John the disciple wrote in his letter to Gaius, “Beloved, you are acting faithfully in whatever you accomplish for the brethren, and especially when they are strangers; and they have testified to your love before the church. You will do well to send them on their way in a manner worthy of God. For they went out for the sake of the Name, accepting nothing from the Gentiles. Therefore we ought to support such men, so that we may be fellow workers with the truth.” (3 John 5-8)

Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort


Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort immediately responds to any major disaster in the continental United States. They contact the leadership of local Churches of Christ in or near a major disaster area. If the leadership says their local congregation wants to help, they send and turn over to that congregation truckloads of emergency food, personal hygiene, infant care, water, cleaning supplies, and pallets of additional basic needs, for them to distribute to the disaster victims. These supplies are to be given to anyone affected by the disaster, regardless of race, creed, origin, gender, or religious preference.

The Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort played a vital role in the Natchitoches community during the floods of 2016. They provided relief and met the needs of several families in need and affected by the floods in our community.

Southern Christian Children’s Home


The mission of the Southern Christian Children’s Home is to glorify God by providing an environment where residents are given training and instruction in Christ-centered values, but helping to strengthen families, and by being faithful stewards of the human and material resources provided by Him. To best serve the residents and their families, the Southern Christian Children’s Home bases all that they do on Biblical truths and principles. Through the services we provide, we attempt to meet the children’s needs in the areas of physical, moral , mental, social, and spiritual growth.

Tipton Children’s Home


The Tipton Children’s Home offers focused, long-term residential care with an emphasis on education, community activity and church life. They are a traditional group home in a rural setting for children ages 5 through 18 in need of a safe, nurturing place to live. Tipton kids have access to licensed counselors, medical services and caring house parents. Along with attending the Tipton Church of Christ their youth participate in school sports, 4-H and on-campus FFA programs. Their well-established approach to child development, away from distractions and negative influences, has proven to prepare the children in their care for adulthood.

The mission of Tipton Children’s Home is to provide the highest quality of long-term residential childcare in the areas of spiritual instruction, nutrition, shelter, clothing, education and safety. The Tipton Children’s Home is made up of children ages 5 through 18, house parents and other staff. The purpose of Tipton Children’s Home is to provide a loving, Christian atmosphere where children can grow physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.

Children who come to live at Tipton Children’s Home are looking for friendship, warmth, love and a place to call “home”. For various reasons, the families of these children cannot provide care for them. These children need and desire a helping hand.

There are no fees to the family or legal guardians for children placed at Tipton Children’s Home. It is our desire to help as many children as possible and to strengthen them and their families.