Are you a sender or a goer?

John Piper said that as a Christian, you have three possibilities in your involvement with world missions. “You can be a goer, a sender, or disobedient. The Bible does not assume that everyone goes. But it does assume that the ones who do not go care about goers and support goers and pray for goers and hold the rope of the goers."

Sender

Each Chapel missionary or missionary couple is represented by a Care Team. Each team is committed to providing care and support for the missionary by becoming intimately involved with them and their ministry.  A Care Team is a small group of committed people who come together to care for their missionary in a variety of ways, striving to help meet their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.  It is a group of people with whom the missionary can be open and honest, sharing their needs, and sharing their successes and defeats.

  • Read more about our Missionary Care Teams HERE.
    If you are interested in joining a Care Team, contact our Care Team Coordinator.
  • If you would like to receive email updates from our missionaries, please sign up HERE
  • To provide financial support for one of our missionaries, click HERE. You can specify a particular missionary by typing their name in the "Additional Information" text box.

GOER

Short term mission trips provide special opportunities for Chapel members to serve for brief periods alongside our missionaries.  As a church, we want to give our member the chance to be involved in missionary activities in ways that help fill needs that missionaries know will help their ministry.

These short term mission trips occasionally result in participants deciding to go into missionary work themselves.  It is Cape Bible Chapel's desire to organize well planned trips that result in a new awareness of missionary work and of God's work around the world and that are beneficial to the long-term ministry of our missionaries.

  • If you are considering missions as a full time ministry, please contact us so that we can pray with you about this important decision.
  • To find out how you might receive missions support from Cape Bible Chapel, fill out our Missions Support Form for the Missions Committee's prayerful consideration.

Short Term Mission Trips

The Chapel also arranges short-term mission trips. In the past few years teams have ventured to Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Texas, and North Carolina among others. Updates on short-term mission opportunities will be posted as they come available.

  • Guatemala (Give Joy to One)

  • Tampa

    The Tampa Project is a summer missions and training project for college students. The purpose of the project is to help students grow in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to teach them how to share the good news of Christ with others.  It is also designed to help build responsibility and dependability into the lives of the students. Students work jobs in the community to earn money for the summer and reach out to those with whom they work. Evening and weekends are devoted to growth opportunities such as discipleship groups, Bible study, evangelism and worship.

  • Thailand

    College students spend seven weeks during the summer with a staff lead team reaching local  college students with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Students in these countries typically have very different spiritual backgrounds than our students traveling from the U.S. and many have no exposure to the Bible, church, or the gospel which makes these teams’ partnerships with the local ministries so important and strategic. The Thailand Team runs an english camp for Thai students. They also meet academic needs, build relationships, and share the gospel with Thai students while connecting them to the local Church and the Thai Campus Outreach Staff Team.

Missions Weekend

Our 2017 Missions Weekend was March 25-26.  You can check out sessions from our speaker, Sean Cooper, and find resources on our Missions Weekend page.