Foundation for His Ministry (FFHM) MEXICO


Foundation For His Ministry’s (FFHM) mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ by rescuing children, reaching the lost and restoring the broken throughout Mexico.

Bethel sends teams to serve at the Baja and Oaxaca Missions to provide support to long term missionaries, expertise in certain work areas, and love on some amazing children. Examples of work completed by teams include clearing soccer fields, electrical work, babysitting, grounds maintenance, and providing trauma informed care training to staff and educators. Teams typically spend one week at the Mission participating in daily life, devotions, church, and workdays.

Agape International Missions (AIM) CAMBODIA


Bethel’s work in Cambodia is focused on supporting, enabling, and extending the ministry of our in-country partners, Agape International Missions.  AIM works holistically to end sex trafficking by protecting girls, rescuing the exploited, and empowering survivors.  Defeating a complex, decentralized problem like child trafficking requires a holistic strategy that involves survivors, law enforcement and the community.

AIM’s programs PREVENT sex trafficking, and work to RESCUE, RESTORE and REINTEGRATE survivors of this horrible crime. Through this approach, AIM is committed to lifelong and community-wide transformation that is effective and lasting through the power of the gospel.

CosmoVision Center (CVC) GREECE


Our partner at the CosmoVision Center is located on ~15 acres in the small town of Koropi, located just 45 minutes from Athens.  The CVC was founded and is run by two brothers, Fotis and George Romeos.  The ministry is focused on three primary missions.

Bethel teams are put to work in assisting with events located at the CVC. The CVC has housing for 100 people, dedicated soccer field, and other sports venues.

Creative Location Partner SOUTH ASIA

This is a Creative Location so we don’t include names/places. Our partnership in South Asia is three-fold in their ministry. The non-profit side actively works among university students, connecting them to volunteer projects in slum areas. This provides gospel relationships to be built both with students and within the slum communities. The church side fosters outreach to the community and a church planting strategy into several slum areas. Finally, the for-profit component reaches into the hard to reach middle class by providing unique services and opportunities.