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Emanuel and The Mainline Ministries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Address: 7342 TownSouth
Baton Rouge, Louisiana  70808  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 2
Number of People Being Served: 12
EIN: 72-1432408
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Mission Statement


Responding to GodÂ’s love for mankind, Emmanuel and The Mainline Ministries is committed to the developing a healthy community by offering decent quality of life to its inhabitants and improving the physical, mental and spiritual health of the individuals we serve. Our values in support of this mission emphasize: 1 Independent living; 2 Social and family values; 3 Considerate care; 4 Respect for the dignity of persons and culture of the community.

Description


The 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit was created in December 1998 by Pastor Grelan A. Muse in Maringouin, La. Some of the activities the organization has participated in includes refurbishing schools for after-school tutoring program in Baton Rouge and handing out turkey vouchers to the less fortunate during Thanksgiving. The organization's largest ministry is Inside The Pew (www.insidethepew.org), an online magazine that reports stories and events in communities, churches and faith-based nonprofit organziations in Texas and Louisiana. The publication has a five-member advisory board and is a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth Christian Chamber of Commerce.

The 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit was created in December 1998 by Pastor Grelan A. Muse in Maringouin, La. Some of the activities the organization has participated in includes refurbishing schools for after-school tutoring program in Baton Rouge and handing out turkey vouchers to the less fortunate during Thanksgiving. The organization's largest ministry is Inside The Pew (www.insidethepew.org), an online magazine that reports stories and events in communities, churches and faith-based nonprofit organziations in Texas and Louisiana. The publication has a five-member advisory board and is a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth Christian Chamber of Commerce.

Mission Statement: Responding to GodÂ’s love for mankind, Emmanuel and The Mainline Ministries is committed to the developing a healthy community by offering decent quality of life to its inhabitants and improving the physical, mental and spiritual health of the individuals we serve. Our values in support of this mission emphasize: 1 Independent living; 2 Social and family values; 3 Considerate care; 4 Respect for the dignity of persons and culture of the community.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Under the leadership and authority of the Holy Spirit, the vision that God has put before us is to carry out the Great Commission (Matthew 28: 16-19). It is our belief that His children is to go to the masses and spread His word.


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Spiritual Development Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes