Mission's Supported by Delmarva Evangelistic World Outreach

Thomas & Beverly Brumbley

Serving the Lord in Haiti since 1972


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.

Our mission is to reach out to the population of Haiti, while ministering to the whole man.  It is our endeavor to change the lives we touch both physically and spiritually.  As we gear our efforts toward the current and next generation, we include the presentation of Jesus Christ in all social and spiritual endeavors.

Through the years, many ministries have emerged:

Boys' orphanage

Carpentry shop
Elementary schools
Bible schools
English school
Adult education classes
Bible chapel program
Feeding programs

Headquarters in Port-au-Prince

A church and 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 - church

Petit Goave - church and elementary school

Arnoux - church, elementary and high schools, computer


classes and animal husbandry (raising goats, etc.)

Orangers - church, elementary and high school

Losier - church

Banda-Chita - church

Caiman - church and school

Las Cahobas - church and Bible school

Dufort - 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.




Their vision is to continue to prepare and train the Haitians so


that they can reach their own people. They 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

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Madison and Spencer

Andy & Stacey



     Andrew began his life as an Assembly of God Missionary Associate in 1994 in Albania. He married his wife Stacey in the same year and graduated from Valley Forge Bible College with a degree in World Missions. Later, he completed a second degree in Modern Foreign Language from Mary Washington University in Fredericksburg, VA, and became a fully appointed missionary. He has now completed an MA in Biblical Studies.

   Stacey is originally from Lakeland, FL, and she also graduated from Mary Washington University with a degree in English. Andrew & Stacey served as missionaries in the Republic of Macedonia from 1998 - 2004, along with their two children. Together they helped refugees from the Kosovo War and introduced the Royal Rangers ministry, which is co-ed in Europe (and much of the world). They also assisted in spreading the Ranger ministry to Bulgaria.

     From 2008 to 2016 the Whitman family lived in Nairobi Kenya, coordinating the Royal Rangers ministries of Africa. Andrew currently serves as the RRI Mobilization Coordinator and Africa Specialist for Royal Rangers International and is overseeing the Catapult700 Project to advance Rangers in the Swahili-speaking nations of East Africa. He also coordinates GrowTrack, an online Learning Management System which helps nations launch and improve their Royal Rangers ministry. In addition, GrowTrack makes many of RRI's resources readily available online.

You can learn more about their present ministry by visiting: http://www.royalrangersinternational.com or on the RRI Facebook page.

Charlene Harris: Africa

Charlene Harris is an itinerant preacher and Bible teacher in churches, Bible schools, conferences and seminars throughout Africa. She ministers across denominational and ethnic lines.

Charlene travels out from her home in Bukavu, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the road to Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Burundi and Rwanda on a regular basis and flies into other African countries by direct invitation.

            She has made her home in Africa since January 1984 and has ministered in nearly half of the countries of the continent.

To Support Charlene's Ministry: 

Elim Fellowship

1703 Dalton Road

Lima, NY 14485

Indicate on check: "Preferably Charlene Harris