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.
Daystar University is located in Nairobi, Kenya. It is a fast-growing Christian University offering undergraduate degrees and advanced studies with Master’s Programs and Doctoral Programs. It is a Christ-centered university with a mission to educate leader-servants for the Kingdom. Academic programs range from the very popular and much-needed nursing curricula to degrees in engineering, law, business administration, and social sciences. With a recent graduating class of 1,400 young men and women, Daystar is becoming an international leader in sending out Christian disciples who will successfully promote change and solve social, cultural, and economic issues in their country and on the continent.
Evangelical Theological Seminary of Cairo
The Evangelical Theological Seminary of Cairo (ETSC), Egypt, was founded in 1863 by Presbyterian missionaries and its first campus was a houseboat that sailed between Aswan and Cairo serving churches along their route. Today ETSC is home to over 620 students on a permanent campus in Cairo. The curriculum is focused on developing lay and ordained ministers, as well as PhD Theologians. Your Chapel Outreach has supported ETSC with a MDiv scholarship for the past three years and prior to that with contributions to their general operating fund. A strong objective of ETSC is centered on developing new churches (planting) in Egypt and other countries of the Middle East.
Finding Freedom through Friendship
Finding Freedom through Friendship (FFF) is a non-profit organization established in 2009 to empower women and children in endemic deprivation to reverse the yoke of poverty. This is accomplished by providing shelter, nutrition, education, economic skills, and spiritual guidance. FFF operates at several locations in Guatemala and Egypt. www.freedomthroughfriendship.org
Global Media Outreach
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.
Living Hope for Children
Heroes of our Christian Faith can be found in all corners of the globe. In Haiti, there is one hero who works day and night to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the poorest children in the western hemisphere. His name is Kelby of Kelby’s Kids. He is a one-man operation working at ground level in the streets of the impoverished neighborhoods of Haiti. He is not simply trying to save young and desperately ill lives but he is front and center with medical skills and supplies to save lives for Christ. In a country that appears to be synonymous with darkness and desperation, Kelby’s Kids are there to bring God’s light and love.
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.
Mission of Hope International (MOHI)
Mission of Hope Int’l was founded in March 2000 by Pastor Lex Edme and his wife, Renee, to work with the people of Haiti, fulfilling the Great Commission as the hands and feet of Jesus. After planting a church, they added schools in Grand-Goave and St. Etienne, providing health care as well as Christian education and employment. In July 2021 they assumed leadership of Christian Light School in Port au Prince when the founder, Sherrie Fausey, retired.
Pate Ministries, founded by Dena and Gary Pate along with their daughter, Heather. They are missionaries to the children of Ecuador- sharing the Gospel in the Andes Mountains and the Pacific coast of Ecuador. Pate Ministries shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ with bible clubs in rural villages where there is little or no Gospel presence. They currently minister to 1,000-1,300 kids and adults a month with nine (9) monthly or weekly kids bible clubs, one (1) youth and (1) ladies bible club in eleven (11) rural communities They also do several humanitarian projects each year including construction, clothes, and food distribution.
Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Relief
The Chapel is listed as a “Church Partner” for Samaritan’s Purse and for many years has supported their disaster relief responses throughout the world – wars, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters. The Chapel’s support is usually focused on immediate disaster needs such as emergency hospitals, medical and food supplies. Their disaster relief programs always involve the local churches to help them spread the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ.
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. SAM recently opened a new retreat facility for both pastoral care and biblical study training to serve multiple churches in the area.
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 1000 pastors and has a student population of 650 who speak more than 80 local languages.
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Wycliffe was started over 70 years ago to translate the Bible into every language in the world. So far, they have completed 500 language translations and estimate an additional 2000 are needed. Their goal is to have a translation in progress for every language needing access to the Bible by 2025. Their motto is “Their eternity is in your hands.” We also support its missionaries who are directly involved in Wycliffe learning programs and in the development of worldwide relationships.