Christian Home and School located in Tennessee.

Wears Valley Ranch (in Sevierville, Tennessee) provides Christian homes, education, and counseling to children in crisis situations. Our vision is to see each child inspired to follow Christ, healed from the past, and equipped to reach their potential.

Year-round homes and parenting for children from crisis situations.
Innovative, accredited K-12 education tailored to each child’s needs.
Christian adventure/sports camp for all children ages 8-14.
Opportunities for Christian growth and service at WVR.
Discipleship resources from the teaching ministry of Pastor Jim Wood.
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A quiet miracle has been unfolding against the backdrop of the Great Smoky Mountains. A few dedicated people have invested their lives in children whose families have been torn apart. Without fanfare and without government funds Wears Valley Ranch has developed a program that now serves as a model for other children’s homes across the nation and overseas. I have watched these developments with prayerful interest and sincere admiration. I believe that the success of this ministry is evidence of God’s love for these children and a hopeful sign for the future.
The Honorable John J. Duncan Jr., United States Congress
Wears Valley Ranch has helped to meet a desperate situation. And the caring couple, Jim and Susan Wood bring Normalcy, Love and Joy into many devastated young lives. We hope that all who hear of it will support it with your prayers and as you can, financially.

Dr. Billy Graham
Being a winner takes hard work and perseverance, but sometimes an injury can take you out of the game until a team of skilled people can help you get back on your feet. Since 1992, Wears Valley Ranch has been providing that help to abused and disadvantaged young people from across the country in a loving Christian environment.

Mark Richt, Head Football Coach, University of Georgia Bulldogs
Wears Valley Ranch and St. Andrew’s School exist to help children who have a problem in the home that is not primarily the child’s fault.
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