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About us

Gospel Outreach is a nonprofit organization fully dedicated to extending the international ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in unreached areas of the world–with a special emphasis on the 10/40 Window.

Founded in the early 1990s, Gospel Outreach raises funds to help sponsor more than 2,000 indigenous (local) Bible workers in more than 40 countries. Did you know only $150 per month on average supports a Bible worker in his or her own country?

Gospel Outreach has no salaried employees. Staff, officers, board members and regional directors are volunteers of singular purpose: sharing the story of Jesus. With a sense of utmost urgency, given our location in the last days of earth’s history, we invite you to join in this mission of fulfilling the Great Commission.

Quick facts:

  • Gospel Outreach is a non-profit organization founded in the early 1990s by Edgar Pangilinan and Frank Stanyer.
  • Gospel Outreach raises funds to hire local workers, employing them in Bible work for a fraction of what it would cost to send an evangelist from North America.
  • These local Bible workers are recruited, hired, trained, and supervised by the regular mission sections of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Gospel Outreach simply provides the funding.
  • Gospel Outreach currently funds 2,000+ local Bible workers.
  • With the blessing of God’s Spirit, more than 1 million people in the 10/40 Window have decided to follow Jesus and been baptized as a result of work sponsored by Gospel Outreach donors.

Administrators and personnel are volunteers. They believe wholeheartedly in the mission of Gospel Outreach. Some volunteers are shown in this picture. The average age is 80.