Observations and learnings from respected leaders committed to innovation and improved outcomes.
Our TMF blog shares stories and essays inspired by our purpose: to help individuals, families, congregations and like-minded organizations achieve their God-inspired potential.
by John Thornburg, TMF Vice President of Area Staff
TMF Implements Disaster Relief Program for Existing Borrowers Providing Flexibility in Payment Terms
by David McCaskill, TMF Senior Vice President of Loans
To aid in the Hurricane Harvey recovery effort, TMF is implementing a disaster relief assistance program to TMF borrowers that provides a reduction in interest rate and options to defer payment for up to four months.
by Rev. Janet Collinsworth, Founder & Executive Director, Agape Resource & Assistance Center, Inc.
In this post, Rev. Janet Collinsworth, Founder, Executive Director of Agape Resource & Assistance Center, Inc., shares how homelessness exists in many places you wouldn’t expect, and how courageous action by affected individuals, as well as their communities, can bring about transformative change.
by Chad Chambers, Executive Director, C.H.A.R.M. Prison Ministry
In this post, Chad Chambers, Executive Director of C.H.A.R.M., discusses the amazing success of their prison ministry.
by Rose Pickens, Development Director, Attack Poverty
In this post, Rose Pickens, Development Director of Attack Poverty, discusses how TMF is helping to create sustainable and systemic change through its support of the You Can Academy program.
by Stephanie Free, Executive Director, Tyler Street Tower
In this post, Stephanie Free, Executive Director of Tyler Street Tower, explains the challenges of growing old without family or a support network.
by Sharon Stewart, Senior Pastor, Parker Lane UMC
In this post, Senior Pastor Sharon Stewart explains how the growing Matu community has transformed the congregation at Parker Lane UMC.
by David Austin, Executive Director, Kelly Memorial Food Pantry, El Paso
In this post, Kelly Memorial Food Pantry Executive Director David Austin shares how the pantry is able to offer much more than food to members of the community, thanks to support from TMF.