[Out]reach - Worldwide

Abundant Life Care

Abundant Life Care ministries was founded in 2001, and grew out of a need to find help for the ever-increasing number of improperly cared for children in India. Their mission is to share the love of God through Southeast Asia. They provide medical aid, food distribution, clothing, housing, basic healthcare services, moral and spiritual education to the orphans, literacy programs, educational schools.

Christ the King Church - Guatemala

Guatemala has the highest rate of child malnutrition rate of any of the countries in Latin America. The child malnutrition rate is 49% and half of the Guatemalan population lives in poverty. Pastor Noe’s work includes sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, constructing churches, providing medical care, and feeding the hungry.


CRU was founded in 1951 was founded on the campus of UCLA. What began with local college students has grown into one of the largest international Christian ministries in the world. Serving 2,400 campus ministries, inner cities, family, military, and athletes, political and business leaders. “The Jesus Film” has been shown in over 1,300 languages in every country in the world. To date it is responsible for 6.5 billion exposures to the gospel.

Elim Fellowship

Elim Fellow ship began in 1933 as an informal fellowship of churches, ministers and missionary endeavors, developing from individuals trained at Elim Bible Institute. Elim Fellowship provides credentials and counseling for ministers, has developed support ministries for churches, assists in the establishment of new churches, and enables missionaries and overseas outreaches. Global ministries began in 1938 in East Africa and has now spread across the African continent where thousands of churches have been founded. In more recent years they have expanded into Latin America, Europe, and Asia.

Gideon International

Gideon’s International began in 1908 by two commercial business travelers who created an association of Christian businessmen placing bibles in hotel rooms. Their mission has evolved into providing scripture to all people in every facet of life. Today they have taken the scripture to more than 2 billion people in 95 languages across 200 countries.

Grace International World Outreach

Grace International World Outreach (GIWO) is a non-profit missionary organization consisting of faithful men and women who have answered the call to world missions. They establish churches in unreached areas of the world, rescue centers for the homeless, bible schools to train nationals, and orphanages to reach abandoned children.

Key of Hope

Key of Hope strives to bring hope to the children of Durban South Africa who have been orphaned or otherwise affected by HIV or AIDS. Their aim is not just to make converts but to build disciples. They are not an orphanage as 90% of orphans are absorbed into the communities.

Lasting Impact

The purpose of Lasting Impact is to be an endless reflection of the love of Christ by inspiring and encouraging discouraged pastors, missionaries, and their families to fulfill their calling to Christ Jesus. Pastor Kevin has travelled to Ghana, India, South Africa, Mozambique, as well as many cities in the US to fulfill Lasting Impact’s mission.

Mt. Moriah Children's Home

Mt. Moriah Children’s home sits on seven acres in Nyahururu Kenya East Africa. There is a dormitory, classroom, chapel, and clean water. More than 143 million orphans in the world suffer homelessness and poverty. East Africa has been especially hard hit. Every 2 seconds a child becomes an orphan, 42,000 new orphans every day. In Kenya one and three children suffer from stunting as a result of malnutrition, and two in five people do not have access to clean water. Inspired by biblical values Mt Moriah Children’s Home offers relief, personal child growth, and advocacy outreach dedicated to working with communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

Obadiah Ministries

Their mission is to be a conduit of resources for the advancement of God’s kingdom. Currently Obadiah Ministries has two projects they are supporting. They have built a church in Cuba, brought in medical supplies and clothing. There are intercessory teams working to bring spiritual renewal to the people of Cuba. The second project is supporting a pastor who is ministering to the Maasai tribe, which is a nomadic tribe in remote Kenya.

PGC Foundation

The purpose of PGC Foundation is to proactively cooperate with God communicating the message, values, acts and hope of the gospel across cultural, linguistic, and geographical boundaries.  To empower ministries and missionaries to reach their highest potential in Christ and in the works he has called them to.  Their ministry has been going on for 25 years and is about serving people.  They seek to share God’s love in the form of education, livelihood, projects, medical and dental clinics, feeding programs, scholarship programs, personal interaction and when necessary refugee relief.

Sufficiency of Scriptures Ministry (S.O.S.)

Uganda is considered one of the poorest nations in the world with 52% of its population living on less than $1.25 a day. The SOS headquarters is located in Uganda’s Luweero district in the remote village of Kubamitwe. SOS Ministries is a Christian non-profit organization which seeks to provide humanitarian aid and biblical training to all those in need with a focus on Uganda.

The Word at Work

Belize is brimming with opportunities to experience God at Work. Our Belizean churches and ministry partners work in every segment of society – feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, visiting the sick and imprisoned, caring for orphans and the most marginalized members of Belizean society.

Wycliffe Bible Translators

Wycliffe was founded in 1942 by William Townsend, who was a missionary to the Cakchiquel Indians in Guatemala. Townsend caught the vision for translation after the Cakchiquel men expressed concern and surprise that God did not speak their language. Their efforts span over 90 countries bringing people closer to God – the one who transforms hearts.