Our heart’s desire is to support those in need
in our community.

The I-58 Mission is designed to care for those in Coweta, Fayette, Spalding, and Meriwether Counties by meeting physical needs and showing the love of Christ.

The I-58 Mission, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Christian service agency formed to partner with the community to answer the call of Isaiah 58 to set the oppressed free, share food, provide shelter, and clothe those in need.

God’s Story

Our History

What We Do

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We are blessed by the fact that many of our clients come back and volunteer to help others in need as they were helped.

“I would like to thank I-58 Mission on behalf of my children and myself for the beds and bedding. We are thankful that God placed your organization in our path on this life’s journey. As a daughter of God, it brings me much joy to know that my father always has rams in flocks for me. In Jesus name I ask that God will bless and advance the hands, works, efforts, faith, intentions, riches, prayers, and hearts of each person who has a part in the organization of I-58 Mission. Know that the Anderson family loves and appreciates you all. Keep being blessed as we keep being blessed also.” ~ The Anderson Family

We at I-58 are so grateful for your heart to give back and your support of this ministry.

Our vision is to stir spiritual awakening in America by accepting the challenges and promises of Isaiah 58:6-12. This passage clearly calls God’s people to set the oppressed free, share food, provide shelter and clothe those in need. The Gospel of Jesus Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit, enables us to bring hope to those suffering and overcoming their life’s circumstances. Thank you for joining us in The I-58 Mission!

Our Beliefs & Values

We believe the challenges and promises of Isaiah 58 to be for the community of believers, and therefore best fulfilled together and beyond denominational differences.

We believe accepting the challenges of Isaiah 58 will be as healing for the community of believers ministering together as it is for those being ministered to.

We believe the community of non-believers (clients or others observing) will see Jesus Christ in us and be compelled by the actions of our faith and love to fulfill the challenges of Isaiah 58 together rather than apart.

2024 Letter From The Director

Happy 2024 Compassionate Community!

As we walk into a new year, I can’t help but pause and rejoice in all the things Jesus has done! 2023 was a year full of challenges and blessings.

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  • We expanded our Board of Directors.
  • We gained new partners.
  • We watched Jesus perform miracles like paying off our beautiful property.
  • 299 clients were served weekly.
  • We provided 182,820 pounds of food annually.
  • We cared for babies through 4,044 items such as strollers and car seats.
  • We helped our people set up homes through 6,931 needed items like microwaves, crockpots, and heaters.
  • We clothed our community with 23,867 garments.
  • One hundred and four children received beautiful new back-to-school clothes, shoes, and supplies.
  • One hundred and four children experienced a magical Christmas.
  • Our homeless were able to come inside for showers and the use of our laundry facility.
  • And all of this goodness occurred with two staff members and a FANTASTIC army of committed volunteers.

I could go on and on…the love of Christ through you has shined in so many ways. Do you want to know the biggest and brightest ways He has shined? In 2023, the unloved felt loved, the marginalized were heard, the forgotten were given dignity, the lost were found as many made Jesus their Lord. When you pour into the I-58 Mission, you are meeting basic needs, but more importantly, you are healing hearts and changing lives. For that we are beyond grateful. You’re helping us make an eternal impact; we can’t thank you enough.

Luke 6:38 is our prayer for you.
“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

Karhma Novak
Executive Director
The I-58 Mission