Ministering to Homeless Women with Children, Widows, and At-Risk Inner City Youth in Chattanooga, Tennessee USA

MEET OUR VOLUNTEER STAFF
Shepherd’s Arms Ministry is volunteer-driven. During the past 18 years from 1995-2013 there were 7,652 volunteers who gave 35,443 volunteer hours to the glory of Jesus Christ. We are deeply grateful for our volunteers.

SUE GAITHER
MINISTER OF MUSIC
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Sue Gaither has served as Minister of Music at Shepherd’s Arms  for the past four years. She leads worship in Sunday Chapel Services and worship for the widows’ Bible studies. Sue is a member of  the Ooltewah Baptist Church where her son Chris is the Pastor.

WARREN AND CLEYTA ANDREWS
MINISTERS TO THE WIDOWS
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Warren and Cleyta Andrews have ministered to the widows of Shepherd’s Arms for the past two years. They make regular visits to the widows and deliver pizzas, food cards, and encouragement. Cleyta served as auditor for Shepherd’s Arms before retiring. Warren and Cleyta are members of the First Baptist Church in Cleveland, Tennessee.

CHARLES AND DEE ANN PEEK
MINISTERS OF PRAYER
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Charles and Dee Ann Peek joined Shepherd’s Arms volunteer support ministry this past year. They are intercessory prayer warriors and special encouragers to the staff of Shepherd’s Arms.
Dee Ann served many years as the Executive Secretary at the City Church of Chattanooga where Charlie served as Church Administrator. They are members of the City Church of Chattanooga.

 

FRANK AND DEBBY BODINE
COMMUNITY SERVICE MINISTERS
CFC REPRESENTATIVES
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Frank and Debbie Bodine serve as Community Service Ministers and Representatives for the Combined Federal Campaign Day of Caring. Each year Frank and Debby head up major office and maintenance projects by coordinating volunteers from federal agencies. Frank also serves on the SARM Board of Directors. Frank and Debby are members of the Crossing Church.

VICKI EDWARDS
MINISTER OF ARTS AND CRAFTS
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Vicki Edwards serves as the Minister of Arts and Crafts at Shepherd’s Arms. She is currently teaching our widows and former homeless ladies how to knit. Vicki has taught crafts to our Summer Youth Camp the past few years. She is a member of the Anglican Church of the Redeemer in Chattanooga.