"Surely the arm of the Lord is not too short to save nor his ear too dull to hear."
Love’s Arm's mission is to engage in transformative Christ-centered relationships with persons in addiction-related prostitution and the sex industry that empower and transition them beyond the shame into a community of grace. Love’s Arm began in 2005 as an interdenominational outreach and has assisted 78 survivors in recovery, healing and reconciliation finding value and purpose in life. Love’s Arm believes ALL human beings are fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of God and worthy of love, respect and dignity.
24/7 Survivor Helpline
Community members and volunteers from Chattanooga and North Georgia intentionally engage and foster relationships on the streets, strip clubs, jails and hotels/motels. The foundations of these relationships are unconditional love, continual prayer and grace-filled wisdom. Relationships foster growth, trust and hope. Transition into recovery includes trauma informed holistic care, residential recovery, mental health services and healthcare services. The redemptive power of grace empowers us to carry the gift of God’s pure love and healing to others.
Love’s Arm does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.