Partnering with Nations for God’s Glory
God’s desire for redemption spans the entire Bible. From Genesis to Revelation, the desire for His creation to know and enjoy Him is found on every page. And still, there are over 7,000 people groups in the world who have never heard the story of God’s redemptive love.
At The Chapel, we are committed to seeing people from different cultures, believing in Jesus by proclaiming the Gospel and extending mercy, belonging to family by connecting them to the local church, becoming a disciple of Christ through equipping and training and building God’s Kingdom through planting churches.
We have partnered in sharing the gospel and making disciples in five targeted areas of the world: Cambodia, India, Mozambique, Vietnam and the Yucatán, Mexico. We partner with local believers in these areas helping to rescue orphans, establish churches, equip pastors, empower leaders and extend mercy. Practical needs also exist and we work ferociously to meet them - medical assistance, clean water, agricultural development programs and more. Through all of our efforts, we hope to make the name of God great and His glory known.
And they sang a new song, saying, “Worthy are you to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation.Revelation 5:9
The purpose of Global Lead is to serve those in ministry through training and mentorship in order to position Christian leaders for multiplication.
Women for Oppressed Women (W.O.W.)
W.O.W. seeks to meet the needs of women locally and around the world who are emotionally, physically or spiritually oppressed.
Our outreach efforts in Cambodia focus on supporting family-style care for orphaned children who are cared for, loved, and given the hope of Jesus through our missions partner, Asia's Hope. We currently support four homes with around 25 children in each home. One home is in a village of Prek Eng (PE 1 Home) and the other three homes are in the city of Battambang (BB 6, BB 11, & BB 12 Homes).
Local leaders have also asked us to come alongside them and help to train and equip the next generation of leaders for the work of planting churches throughout Cambodia.
How to Support:
Pray for the children that are rescued. Go on a short-term Vision/Mission trip to Cambodia, or financially assist someone else.
Largest Religion: Buddhism 85.1%
% Evangelical Christians: 2.0%
Unreached People Groups: 31
Official Language: Khmer
Population: 15.8 Mil.
Mission Partner: Asia’s Hope
Orphan Home Updates
Visit and like our Facebook Groups for each home to see updated photos & videos.
In India, our outreach efforts are two-fold: church planting, and extending support for local schools and medical assistance projects. Our church planting efforts are focused in Northwest India where we partner with local church leaders to plant new churches and equip pastors so that they may spread the gospel.
How to Support:
Pray for strength and boldness for the pastors in Northwest India and that God uses all our support efforts to reach the oppressed and marginalized in India. Commit to supporting Northwest India pastors so that they can continue ministering the Gospel in their tribal community. Go on a short-term mission trip to help train, empower, and provide for physical needs to the people of India.
Largest Religion: Hinduism 80.9%
% Evangelical Christians: 2.2 %
Official Language: Hindi
Population: 1.3 Billion
Mission Partner: Good Shepherd Church of India
We are excited and grateful to partner directly with the local church in Mozambique for our outreach efforts - Free Evangelical Assembly (FEA). As a part of our partnership, we are currently focused on planting a new church in the Gaza Province and working with local leaders to equip and train pastors to share the gospel. Additionally, we work to support local practical needs such as agricultural development and clean water projects with a missions organization called Gaza Works.
How to Support:
Pray that God would strengthen the church in Mozambique and for the church leaders to stand for the truth of Christ. Also, pray that God uses our relief work for the advancement of the Gospel. Give financially to Outreach that supports the work of church empowerment as well as go on short-term mission trips to help teach and support the local ministry in Mozambique.
Prominent Religions: Zionist and Animism or Ancestral Worship 43%
% Evangelical Christians: 13.2%
Language: Portuguese, Tsonga & Shangaan
Population: 27.2 Mil.
Mission Partner: Free Evangelical Assembly (FEA) Local Church
We partner with the Mexican church in the Yucatán in planting new churches, training pastors, and meeting practical needs in the local community - like medical assistance.
How to Support:
Pray that God would strengthen the church in His power and make His name great in all the Yucatan region. Give financially to Outreach, which supports the church planting work in the Yucatán. Go on a short-term mission trip to help train, empower, and lead outreaches to the Mayan people of the Yucatán.
Prominent Religions: Maya Religion, Animism, and Catholicism
% Evangelical Christians: 4.0%
Language: Mayan & Spanish
Population: 126 Mil.
Mission Partner: Mission House
Find out more about our partnering pastors and their church-planting ministries in the Yucatan.
We partner directly with two local groups in Vietnam: the Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECV), and Pastor Minh Dang of the Vietnamese Church at The Chapel. In both cases, our focus is on planting new churches and equipping new leaders.
How to Support:
Pray for strength and boldness for the church in Vietnam. Give financially to Outreach, which helps support Love Homes (small Bible fellowships) and the building of new churches in Vietnam. Go on a short-term mission trip to help churches do local outreaches and training for church leaders.
Largest Religion: Buddhism 52%
% Evangelical Christians: 2.3%
Unreached People Groups: 67
Official Language: Vietnamese
Population: 93.8 Mil.
Mission Partner: Evangelical Church of Vietnam (ECV) & Pastor Minh Dang of the Vietnamese Church at The Chapel