National / International Outreach
Other organizations are located throughout the U.S. and internationally. We offer strategic support to organizations that rescue orphans and educate young people out of poverty in Africa, minister to the poor in South America and preach the word in the Middle East and Asia. We support several worldwide organizations dedicated to sharing the Word, distributing Bibles and training local evangelists. Through their efforts, our support touches the lives of tens of thousands of people every year.
Biblical Education by Extension (BEE) World
BEE World is an interdenominational mission organization that addresses the growing pastoral leadership shortage by providing seminary-level biblical training to church leaders in restricted areas of Asia, Africa and the Middle East who would otherwise have no access to this type of training.
Christian Light School
The Christian Light School (CLS) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is a non-denominational Christian ministry started in 2000 by a retired Jacksonville teacher who responded to God’s call to begin a school for children in an impoverished area of Haiti. Its goal is to educate Haitian students to become Christian leaders in their country where corruption in government and business is commonplace. They serve over 300 students from three-year-olds through the Haitian 13th grade. Chapel mission teams visit Christian Light School periodically.
This campus ministry develops Christian leaders at ten of America’s most influential and prestigious universities, most of which were founded on Christian convictions, but which today have become intensely secular. Their programs battle the disbelieving nature of the university dialogue at these institutions which produce many of the leaders in business, government, non-profits and professions in the United States.
Daystar is a Christian liberal arts university in Nairobi, Kenya. Its goal is to train Christian leaders to transform African countries from the inside out through Christian education for Africans, by Africans. Daystar’s Afrizo Choir has visited the Chapel two times during its American tours
This facility, north of Atlanta, provides a Christ-centered home for children ages six to 18 who are in need of a strong family support system. Its goal is the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and physical development of the children. The ultimate objective is to reunite children with their families. Eagle Ranch personnel are frequent visitors to the Chapel.
East-West Ministries International
East-West Ministries (EWM) was co-founded in 1993 by Bud Toole, a Chapel member, who saw the need to spread the Gospel to unreached and restricted areas of the world. EWM has one consuming passion: to make God known among every nation, every tribe, every tongue and all people, including the spiritually darkest areas of the world. To date, the Gospel has been introduced to more than 216 million people in 50 countries across ten major world regions with 230,000 churches established.
Global Media Outreach
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Using modern social media, Global Media Outreach (GMO) invites people from around the world to know Christ. Responding to ads on cellphones, GMO teaches people about the Bible and Jesus Christ, recording over 30,000 commitments to Christ every day. Real time activity may be viewed at
The Haggai Institute
This inter-denominational evangelical organization, based in Atlanta, recently celebrated 50 years of operation. Over this time, the Haggai Institute has trained over 115,000 Asian, African, Latin American and Middle Eastern Christian leaders from 188 nations, so that they can train and evangelize in their own countries to reach their countrymen with the teachings of Christ.
J. Lackey Ministries (Loreto House of Love)
Since 2009, Loreto House Rescue Center in Botswana, Southern Africa, has provided a stable and loving refuge for infants and toddlers in crisis. The children receive round-the-clock care including clothing, nutritious food, medical attention and developmentally appropriate activities, all in a safe, Christ-oriented environment that reflects their cultural values.
Juna Amagara Ministries
Established in 2004, this indigenous orphan rescue organization in Uganda, East Africa, cares for 1,000 vulnerable children in its program, taking them in as early as age five and raising them to be educated, passionate, God-centered leaders. The Ministry has six care centers and operates three primary and one high school. Teams from the US visit Juna Amagara regularly. Please see front cover and page 2 of this brochure for additional information.
Medical Assistance Programs
Based in Brunswick, Georgia, Medical Assistance Programs (MAP) is a Christian global health organization serving over 130 countries. It provides medicines and supplies to hospitals, clinics, refugee centers and local physicians. Travel Pack medicine kits are used by Christian health personnel and mission groups on short-term assignments. Rapid response to humanitarian emergencies is a major focus of MAP. Chapel volunteers frequently go to MAP to assist in preparing medical kits for shipment.
National Day of Prayer
The National Day of Prayer is an annual day of observance when Americans are asked “to turn to God in prayer and meditation.” It is a vital part of our heritage, first proclaimed by the Continental Congress in 1775 and then designated by Congress in 1952. The Chapel supports the local observance on Amelia Island at a service in a local church, where we pray for America.
South America Mission
The South America Mission (SAM) Recife Redemptive Mission started in 2008 in the Dois Unidos metropolitan area of Recife, Brazil. SAM is a ministry working with churches of various denominations. From its offices in Recife, SAM developed activities focused on theological studies, a music school, basic computer courses, English as a second language and a soccer program. All activities engage people of multiple denominational affiliations. The SAM Ministry also provides help to many local area churches to develop similar ministries in their respective neighborhoods.
United Christian Academy
Established in 1995 in Newport, Vermont by pastors from 18 different area churches, UCA is the only Christian school intentionally created as a Catholic and Protestant partnership in Christian education for high school and middle school. A co-ed college prep with an average of 80 students, it provides a stimulating diversity of student body, faculty and leadership experiences. The community is united in a desire to know and obey the Lord Jesus Christ through living and teaching Biblical standards of discipline and conduct. UCA has a growing reputation for excellence in academics and Christ-like character development.
West African Theological Seminary(WATS)
WATS serves one of the fastest growing areas for the Christian church and is based in Lagos, Nigeria. It focuses on the two greatest needs of churches in Africa: leadership development and discipleship of believers. WATS has trained more than a 1000 pastors and has a student population of 650 who speak more than 80 local languages.
Wears Valley Ranch
Wears Valley Ranch (WVR) is a residential program for students in Wears Valley, Tennessee. The Mission of WVR is to promote the development of children who are in need of a stronger family support system. WVR demonstrates the love of Jesus by providing Christian homes, education and counseling to children from families in crisis.
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Wycliffe was started over 70 years ago to translate the Bible into every needed language in the world. So far, they have completed 500 language translations and estimate that there are an additional 2000 needed. Their goal is to have a translation in progress for every language that is identified as needing access to the Bible by 2025. Their motto is “Their eternity is in your hands.” We also support two of its missionaries who are directly involved in Wycliffe learning programs and in the development of worldwide relationships to advance Wycliffe projects.