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Bethel's Mission's

   " And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.

~Mark 16:15

Below is a list of missions that Bethel has partnered with and supports on a monthly basis. However, there are others not listed here that also receive support from the congregants at Bethel. Our prayer is that this list continues to grow as people continue with their generosity to fulfill the Great Commission.


Highlands Ministry

Pedro & Marolyn Rodriguez

1487 East Hwy 76, Branson, MO 65616


Highlands Ministry is dedicated to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ to the indigenous people of the Andes Mountains in Ecuador.~Pedro Rodriguez 

"Your entire donation is used to spread the Gospel , build churches and meet the needs of the indigenous people of Ecuador."





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Pioneer Bible Translators

Gregory and Rondy Ohrenberg


Their forwarding agent is


This pdf shows pics of them and others in their team at Vanuatu in 2018. It is similar to the letters we get from them.

Pioneer Bible Translators 
7255 West Camp Wisdom Road 
Dallas, TX 75236
(214) 699-4300



Clifton and Leta McDowell

Training Centers in Africa




P.O. Box 613 Eufaula, OK 74432 


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Rev. K.C. George 


“IGM (International Gospel Mission) was founded in 1980 to reach the un reached people of Northern and Southern India, especially in the small rural villages, where there is no other out reach to the lost.”


Training Centers

“Mobilizing the vision of 2 Timothy 2:2, our goal is to train faithful men and women who will go out and train others. We believe it will be Indians that reach India for Christ.”

P.O. Box 637 , BETHANY , OK 73008 


Phone: 405 - 210 - 4017


Beyond Uganda Orphanage

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Beyond Uganda

Bethel's Sponsor Child


Amon was born on December 1st 2008 and lives in Namayemba Uganda.

Amon is a hard working boy that has learned to grow up fast. His mother is mentally challenged and after his father passed away, his mother could not tend to him and he went to live with his uncle. Amon has found safety at his uncles but not enough money to dream of going to school. He helps his uncle in the fields and wants to go to school to learn more about agriculture to one day own his own farm and provide for others too.  He is excited about attending Beyond Uganda’s sustainability program.


A safe home to live with a local Ugandan “house mother”

Full medical care

Regular and nutritional meals

Tuition for an education (School is not free in Uganda)

Clean clothing and shoes

School needs and requirements

Church camp and field trips

A future fund for university, vocational school or a plot of land to transition to adulthood

All the above done in a faith based setting where they are receiving the Gospel through mentors and other opportunities

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