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The Timothy Ministry was founded on I Timothy 4:12, “Let no one look down on your youthfulness, but rather in speech, conduct, love, faith and purity, show yourself an example of those who believe.”  Our passion for this ministry is evangelism, service, and outreach of homeschool youth.
The Timothy Ministry is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to (1) present the gospel to each student that attends and aid students in accepting the love and salvation of Jesus Christ as the Holy Spirit convicts, training them to serve God and others in the church and community; (2)  minister to student’s and parent’s needs as they arise; (3)  provide the platform for students to learn to serve others; (4) provide quality instruction in the classroom.
The Timothy Ministry wants to partner with the homeschool parent who wishes to supplement their child’s home education with educational and enrichment classes.  The Timothy Ministry is a homeschool support ministry - not a full-time school.  It is the parent’s responsibility to adhere to the Georgia Home School Law. For more information, refer to
The Timothy Ministry meets one day per week on Tuesday.  There are two, 14-week sessions per school year.  The first session begins in early August and ends in early December.  The second session begins in early-mid January and ends in late April to early May.  Classes are available for grades K (age 5) —12.
We offer a variety of academic classes for the middle school and high school ages.  The teachers provide only a portion of the instruction needed and various assignments will be given to complete at home.   Academic classes cannot be taught in one day of class instruction; therefore, parents remain the primary teacher for four days per week and The Timothy Ministry is a resource for the student’s instruction one day per week.  Our teachers will provide a grade or comment on the student’s progress and assignments.  We are not an accredited program; however, most of our academic teachers are certified/degreed teachers.
The Timothy Ministry is open to homeschool students but reserves the right refuse admittance of a student based on a history of illegal behavior or past records in prior schools or behavior deemed to be a detriment to the student body.