Knox Christian men's Job Corps

Knox Christian Men's Job Corps

A Hand off For Men

Knox Christian Men’s Job Corps exist to provide a Christian context in which men in need are equipped for life and employment; and a missions context in which men help men.

As God has ordained and we have followed, Angelic Ministries proudly presents and is host to Knox Christian Men’s Job Corps. We believe it is essential that men today be presented with Godly teaching but also good training to be the men that God has purposed them to be. This challenge can only be met as each one of us as a man is willing to “hand off” that with which God has blessed us.

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Is A Difference Being Made?

"I didn't know until I came here about the joy of the Lord and what that can mean in someone's life. Before I came here I was absolutely destitute. I was beyond homeless. I was totally restored by the program, the Christian Men's Job Corps and my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ."

John

"I was in prison since 17. I stole cars, robbed houses, stuck-up drug stores. I was despondent and sick of living like that. I came here to get sober and commit my life to the Lord Jesus Christ and that's what I've done, bringing me joy and hope. Jesus is what I want and what I need. "

Steven

Knox Christian Men's Job Corps Staff

Rev. Tony Earl

tony1Rev. Earl is married to Gwyn Earl who is the Associate Director at Trinity Hills Assisted Living in Knoxville. He is the father of three; Annie a home health nurse, Katie a cosmetologist at Natural Alternatives and T.J., the student and family pastor at Easthaven Baptist Church in Brookhaven, MS.    He and Gwyn are the proud grandparents of Michael Peyton. Tony has 5 brothers and sisters.  He was saved as a boy in a Baptist church when He was 10 years, surrender to the call to preach the Gospel when He was 17. He Pastored his first church when he was 26 in 1996 and two others since then.  He has been the Director at Angelic Ministries since 2008. Rev. Earl has also been a Chaplain with the City of Knoxville Police Dept. and served on various leadership teams and mission teams.  Tony has been site coordinator for the Knox Christian Men’s Job Corps since its’ inception and has also been trained to train other potential site coordinators. Rev. Earl published a manual called the Potter’s Parlor, a Mentoring Handbook for Men.

We Need a Little of Your Time

We need men who are willing to sacrifice their time to be mentors, teachers and trainers to the corps of men that are soon to come. These men desperately need other men to walk beside, work with and be handed that which you have been given by God to run with.

We Need Your Expertise!

We need business & community leaders in the following fields:

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