The Timothy Project

"Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity" 1 Timothy 4:12

Timothy was a young man who grew up in a single family home, raised by his grandmother and mother. Paul the apostle met Timothy as a young man and mentored him for many years. Paul would often refer to Timothy as a son in the faith. Because of Paul's investment in Timothy's life, this young man was able to be influential as a pastor in the lives of other. Paul later writes to Timothy to invest what he has learned into others.

Our Mission

The Timothy Project exists to mentor youth holistically body, soul and spirit. Educating students in a learning environment, economic development and spiritual discipleship.

Our Vision

The vision is to develop one thousand students to be healthy, educated and spiritually effective leaders in their communities who will positively influence half a million individuals in their respected occupation with the gospel by 2030.

Our Values

  • Discipleship: Student laying a spiritual foundation for life.
  • Education: Student establishing a heart for learning.
  • Perseverance: A willingness to press on through hardships.
  • Urban Youth: Providing opportunity for disadvantaged youth.
  • Economic: Providing economic learning opportunities.

The Timothy Project Description

The Timothy Project is a three phase project:
  1. First Phase:
    Focuses on High School Youth (Ages 14-18). This phase operates from September to September in conjunction with the students educational calendar. This phase is a four year process with High school students which would include educational tutorial, economic development, life skills, and spiritual discipleship.
  2. Second Phase:
    This phase is a four year process with a college student in the area of spiritual discipleship and leadership development. They will serve as mentors to the High school student in the project. They will be equipped to lead weekend workshop upon graduation. The Timothy Project will assist with housing and finance.
  3. Third Phase:
    This phase uses the graduates from the second phase as instructors for the retreat components of the Timothy project.