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If we truly want peace in the world, let us begin by loving one another in our own families.
- Mother Teresa

A family is a place where principles are hamered and honed on the anvil of everyday living.
- Charles Swindoll

Good family life is never an accident but always an achievement by those who share it.
- James H. Bossard

Love is the stepping stone to new beginnings.
- Thomas Kinkade

My people will live in peaceful dwelling places, in secure homes, in undisturbed places of rest.
- Isaiah 32:18

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Guiding Principles

We believe that each child comes to us with a unique set of experiences, beliefs and values that help to create his/her individual personality and needs.

We believe that the World Children’s Center has an obligation to embrace and celebrate the rich heritage and traditions of our children.


We believe that a loving home is one that teaches family values and in which the child is unconditionally loved and valued.

We believe that creating a loving home with strong relationships will provide our children with a sense of nurturance, safety, security and personal worth.


We believe that a caring community provides a safe haven for its children, and offers programs and services to allow a child to live a well-rounded life.

We believe that creating a caring community will provide our children with every opportunity to grow and develop into productive, healthy and happy adults.

We believe that all children, when provided with the opportunities to learn, possess both the desire and ability to achieve.

We believe that it is our obligation to inspire a love for learning by providing our children with the highest quality education available.

We believe that all children are created in the image of God, have value and worth and are, therefore, deserving of dignity and respect.

We believe that it is our responsibility to promote and advocate for the rights and welfare of all children, regardless of race, religion and/or national origin.


We believe that all individuals have the inherent responsibility to care for and protect the well being of others, and that the world has the resources to alleviate the hunger and pain that surrounds us.

We believe that service above self is an important value to be modeled by both the children and adults in our community.

We believe that children who have experienced only fear, pain and hunger bring with them a unique set of development needs.

We believe that providing our children with a full array of programs and services to meet their needs will create a healing environment in which they can thrive.

We believe that all children need to develop a personal faith in order to build inner strength.

We believe that giving each child the opportunity to develop a sense of personal faith, along with a system of values and education, will help them develop strong spiritual leadership.

The Center is being built on Judeo/Christian principles that which our nation (United States of America) was founded.

We believe that the commitment of good stewardship is essential to the success and continued development of the World Children’s Center.

We believe that we have an obligation to care for all that has been entrusted to us by holding in highest regard our commitment to our children, staff, partners and the community at large.

As a result of living at the World Children’s Center, it is our desire that our children will achieve the following results:

Young people who are productive, secure, educated, loved and involved in their community.

Young adults who aspire to leadership and have a planned path to get there through higher education, vocational training, work or service opportunities.

Young adults who understand and are proud of the culture from which they came, and respect the diversity and uniqueness of all people.

Young adults with a spiritual foundation from which they can draw and grow all their life.

Young adults who have the ability, desire and skills to develop meaningful relationships throughout their life.

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By mail: 8140 Troon Circle, Suite 130, Austell GA 30168
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