We partner with missions organizations around the world to help meet the needs of those at risk.


There are millions of people who have never experienced the gospel. Today, families, communities, and entire cities live without hope in Christ. We believe that God wants everyone to encounter the transforming message of the gospel. Join us and help make a difference as we share in what God is doing around the world!


El Instituto latinoamericano de estudios Biblicos (ILEB), or The Bible Institute, is a partner school of Sunset International Bible Institute. This mission effort, led by Victorno Calderon, is located in the southern states of Mexico. Victorino currently resides in the city of San Cristobal in the state of Chiapas, Mexico, where he recruits students, teaches, and equips teachers in the study of the Bible utilizing a self-paced intensive study program. The program is divided into 3 levels to equip Christian men and women to understand the Bible and to become ministers and teachers in their own congregations.
At present, Grace Chapel is the only congregation financially supporting this work.

Within the ILEB program there are two sections of study. ILEB study is a three-year program that is open to men and women. The FEBE program is a women's Bible study that is focused on studies of targeted to women and the development of a Christian home. The students in these programs represent over 30 congregations, most of which have no full-time ministry staff and are led and taught by volunteers that have had little Biblical training or experience until ILEB.


Grace Chapel’s work in Mexico began in the early 2000s in Cozumel with the Ciudad de Angeles (City of Angels) Children’s Home. Ciudad provides a safe and healthy environment based on Christian principles for orphaned, abandoned, abused, and needy children living in Mexico. The home raises children to become Christian adults who are responsible citizens in their local communities. Ciudad de Angeles is a registered 501(c)(3) based in Marietta, GA. At present, there are more than 40 children under Ciudad’s care.

For several years, Grace Chapel, along with other Churches of Christ throughout the United States, has been an "anchor" congregation for Ciudad. Each anchor congregation has committed to support Ciudad de Angeles’ mission and provide support in several ways, including mission team support, organizational support and financial support. A portion of Grace Chapel's annual International Missions contributions are donated to Ciudad de Angeles, Inc.


127Pure is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose sole purpose is to bring love, support and hope to orphans, widows, and people suffering from curable diseases.

Every child deserves a home where they are cared for and loved.  Over 20 million children in India are orphaned and millions more are living in homes unable to provide the basic necessities of life. Through a partnership with the W.I.N.G.S. Non-Governmental Organization in Ongole, India, 127Pure is having a profound impact on hundreds of children by providing families and caregivers with food, clothing, medical and educational necessities to ensure that these children have everything they need to grow up in a healthy and productive environment.

Being a widow is a very lonely position in life, especially if you are in a third world country. Many women are left homeless and destitute after a painful divorce or the death of their spouse. 127Pure is providing the basic necessities for hundreds of women who physically cannot provide for themselves and training others to have skills to earn a reasonable living for themselves, and their children, if they are single mothers.

Curable Disease
We live in a country where Healthcare has been called a right for every person while many in our world have limited if any access to the basics necessities for good health. 127Pure also focuses on providing those basic needs to three leper colonies in India with over 200 people suffering from leprosy.  Food, clean water, and medications are being made available every month along with education on how to prevent the spread of this disease to the next generation.