Ministries We Support



YOuth LIving Jesus' WAy!

In response to God's call to love another, we provide, food, clothing, nutritonal education to empower people in need.

Salvation Army

Bethesda Missions

Fruitbelt Farm Workers

Shippensburg Produce and Outreach

Carlisle Cares

Neighbors In Christ

Big Spring Food Bank

Hagerstown Rescue Mission

King's Kettle

New Digs

Safe Harbour

Pregnancy Ministries

Cedar Ridge School

Samaritan's Purse

Christmas Child Shoe Box Ministries





Missionaries We Support

Nick and Katie Maulucci

Santino, Rocco, Gianluca, Noah, Vittorio, Dominic, Raphaele,
Adela, Sophie, Sebastiano, Michael, Donato

Nick, Katie & family are Missionaries serving in Bulgaria.  Nick Pastor's the Black Sea Independent Baptist Church in the city of Varna.  There he and his wife spread the great news of Jesus Christ while raising their twelve children!

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Pastor Samir Singha


Our first overseas mission school begun in the Howrah District, West Bengal in 1898 is still open and self-supporting. In addition to this Uluberia Town Mission School, the ministry operates the Uluberia Mission House School as well as a Child Development Center (in cooperation with Compassion East India). More than 750 children are enrolled in these schools.

Today the work includes 35 churches with 756 baptized members and additional preaching points in West Bengal and Orissa. In 2012, there were 216 professions of faith/baptisms reported.

The Reverend Samir & Charusheela Singha oversee the ministry.



The Tellers

Growing up in the home of alcoholic parents, Everett became interested in Christ after he saw how his mother’s life was changed by the Lord. He was twelve years old at the time of his own conversion.

While self-employed makers of Indian jewelry, Everett & Mary pastored a small church in their community of Lukachukai, AZ. They later began attending Tsaile Community Church in 1990 when the congregation was still meeting in the Navajo Community College facilities. They have eagerly served the Lord in a variety of roles of worship, teaching, and council leadership. When their Anglo missionary pastor resigned in summer 2005, Everett & Mary felt led of God to apply.

They are Tsaile’s 4th pastor and the first Navajo to serve in that position. They welcome the opportunity to devote more time to expanding the ministry of Tsaile Community Church. As Native Americans, Everett & Mary understand the needs of their people and especially their need for Christ.

They have three children: Tanya, Terry and Travis


Chris and Sheryl Brumley

Chris and Sheryl Brumley have been missionaries to Haiti with Global Outreach International since 2003. Chris is the country coordinator for Global Outreach in Haiti and is the compound manager. He is also a Bible teacher and loves sharing God's Word. Sheryl is an R. N. and heads up a burn clinic on the compound and assists with teams and the running of the compound and programs. Their teenage son Joshua is very active in the ministry. They have two other sons in the States, Jonathan and his wife Molly in Greeley, Colorado, and college-son Jordan in Durango, Colorado.



Ruth Douglas

United Indian Missions - The purpose of UIM is to establish indigenous churches among Native Indian, Mexican, and Hispanic peoples of North America built on the Scriptures and functioning within their cultural orientation.  One of their outreaches is Broken Arrow Bible RanchBroken Arrow is located twenty miles south of Gallup, New Mexico, in the rugged high country, the ranch is an old 80+ acre ranch from which a year-round facility for native youth camping has emerged.  This camp reaches out to many tribes in Arizona and New Mexico.

Ruth Douglas has served with UIM for over 50 years.  She currently works at Broken Arrow Bible Ranch, fulfilling some nursing duties during the summer camps, as well as being involved in hospital visitation and Bible studies during the year.


CCO is a campus ministry that partners with churches, colleges and other organizations to develop men and women who live out their Christian faith in every area of life.

Philip Schiavoni

CCO - Philip serves as Staff Director for Central Pennsylvania, supervising campus staff members in this part of our region, and he works part-time with students at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

The CCO’s ministry at Shippensburg University had such a great impact on Phil’s faith development as a college student that he returned to his alma mater to give back some of what he received. After graduating in 2005, he joined CCO and worked in partnership with Shippensburg First Church of God to reach out to students. In 2014, he transitioned to the role of Staff Director.

“My CCO campus ministers, Dave McBride and Mike O’Brien, were huge influences on me,” Phil says. “They challenged me with tough questions about my heart, my goals, my relationships and how I viewed ministry. They dealt with me with truth, but also a sense of grace that was refreshing. I continue to work for the CCO because I get to use my gifts and strengths to love Jesus by supervising and serving those who are serving college students. ”

Phil and his wife, Lindsay, live in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.


Other Missionaries we support are serving in:

African Inland Missions

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