History of EWO

Clockwise from left: Girl from Orangers Campus, Flooded banana gardens in Arnoux (results of hurricanes in summer of '08), Students in EWO Classroom

Serving the Lord in Haiti since 1972

The Past

At the ages of 19 and 20, we felt the call of God leading us to the mission field in Haiti. Through the blessing and direction of our spiritual father, the late Dr. Ray Chamberlain, Evangelistic World Outreach was established in November 1972.

Through the years, many ministries have emerged:

  • a boys' orphanage
  • a clinic
  • a carpentry shop
  • elementary schools
  • Bible schools
  • an English school
  • adult education classes
  • churches
  • a Bible chapel program
  • feeding programs


The Present

God continues to supply growth as we labor for Him.

Headquarters in Port-au-Prince - a church, an elementary school, 2 Bible schools, a carpentry shop, and adult education classes. Besides our Headquarters in Port-au-Prince, E.W.O. has extended into the southern countryside areas:

  • La Vallee, Jacmel - a church
  • Petit Goave - a church and elementary school
  • Arnoux - a church, elementary and high schools, computer classes, and animal husbandry (raising goats, etc.)
  • Orangers - church, elementary & high school
  • Losier - a church
  • Banda-Chita - a church
  • Caiman - a church and school
  • Las Cahobas - a church and Bible school
  • Dufort - a church
  • 7 other churches and 4 schools started by pastors who are a part of our National Board
  • A feeding program in Port-au-Prince and vitamin programs in Petit Goave, Arnoux, Orangers, and Meyer


The Future

Our vision is to continue to prepare and train the Haitians so that they can reach their own people. We feel the importance and need to teach the children and young people in Haiti, before they are indoctrinated into the ways of Voodoo, a widely practiced satanic religion in the country.


“I(We) press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called (us) heavenward in Christ Jesus.”

Phil. 3:14