global outreach

Curtis Lake partners with leaders locally and around the world who bring good news of Jesus' love to the "uttermost parts of the world." Financial support from those who give to Global Outreach changes lives. Below you will find information about our Global Outreach partners, any one of which can tell you stories of how Global Outreach giving changes lives. 

Please give. Give sacrificially. Give graciously. Give cheerfully. We're all a part of this.

  • Asia's little ones

    Asia’s Little Ones is a Christian non-profit organization providing lifelines to orphaned, abandoned, and vulnerable children in Asia Pacific through home, health, and education. ALO works to meet the physical and spiritual needs of at-risk children and has been helping transform hundreds of lives daily since 1990. 

  • Alpha Pregnancy Center

    Alpha Pregnancy Center is committed to empowering women to make a fully informed choice regarding pregnancy. Clients receive free and confidential services, including ultrasound imaging, through the compassionate staff at Alpha.

  • beloved

    BeLoved's purpose and passion is to strengthen families in foster care as well as care for reunified families through community partnerships, services and programs. Through their Compassion Closet, families in our community have access to much needed items, such as clothing, furniture, bedding and car seats.

  • childvoice

    ChildVoice was founded in 2006 to restore the voices of children silenced by war in northern Uganda. ChildVoice's Lukome Center in northern Uganda has provided a therapeutic community for adolescent girls, including former child soldiers and sex slaves, war orphans, child mothers, and other highly vulnerable girls from Uganda and South Sudan. At the Center, girls are able to recover from the trauma of war and receive the educational and vocational training they so desperately need to rebuild their lives.

  • Discipleship Works

    Discipleship Works' strategy is to replicate the ministry approach that Jesus implemented with His disciples by raising up mature, Christ-centered leaders to transform hearts, communities and ultimately the world through the power of the Holy Spirit. Rickey Bolden, former Cleveland Brown and founder of Discipleship Works, is preparing a Bible study for some members of Congress with whom he's built a relationship. Pray for this group as they intentionally develop relationships with their brothers and sisters on the opposite side of the aisle.

  • Journey to Hope

    Journey to Hope seeks to guide university students through support and encouragement toward the next level in their development. They also seek to educate and inform these young adults about the reality of human trafficking, and to protect this generation through preventative measures such as informing them of dangers attached to social media behaviors.

  • Morning Glory Christian academy

    Morning Glory's desire is to educate, equip, and encourage the community. Once children enter their halls, they are not "poor kids." They are children of the King and Morning Glory commits to treating them as such. Their story is the story shared by hundreds of children in San Raymundo, Guatemala: following Christ from humble beginnings to pursue and achieve fullness in the Kingdom of God.

  • Rivers of mercy orphanage

    Rivers of Mercy is a Christ-centered orphanage in Juarez, Mexico whose desire is to show Christ's love to the neglected, mistreated, and suffering children in their area. They provide these children with a safe home where they feel loved and where they can know the love of Christ.

  • selamta family project

    One-fourth of the people in Ethiopia live in poverty. When families break apart, children are often left without parents and, in many cases, are considered "unadoptable." Selamta Family Project creates families for children who have lost their own by uniting 8-10 children with a Selamta-trained mother in their own home, integrated into their local community. These children grow up as a family over a 10-20 year period before launching from Selamta's care into independence. Their professional staff serve each family with an emphasis on education, wellness, psychosocial support, and spiritual development.

  • thrive new england

    Thrive exists to prevent child exploitation and serve those who have experienced or been affected by commercial sexual violence with personalized, trauma-informed training and care. They work to end the exploitation and trafficking of children in New England by raising awareness and providing prevention education for teens. They have been actively engaged in educational programs within the Sanford school system.

  • Value Plus

    Value Plus, established in 2012 by Pastor Marian Paduret, has a passion to serve and help the young generation of Romania. This population is in need of role models, education and practical help. The ministry of Value Plus is connected to the local church, but because they are not a church, they are able to work together and partner with state institutions, public schools and other organizations without any limitations on sharing the Good News with young people.

  • wycliffe bible translators

    Wycliffe Bible Translators' passion is to see everyone who wants God's Word to have access to it in a language they understand. Through their work with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Dallas, TX, Sanford natives Jim and Becky Clarke are helping five specific language groups in Zambia get the Bible.

  • Young Life Africa

    Young Life's mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith, but it doesn't start with a program. It starts with adults who are concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. Those relationships take time, patience, trust and consistency. Through these relationships, young men in Africa have found the hope found in Christ and their lives have been forever changed.

  • Young life York county

    Young Life's mission in Sanford is the same as that of Young Life Africa: to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. In Young Life, kids find adults who care enough about them to go to them, on their turf, building bridges of authentic friendship. those relationships take time, patience, trust and consistency.

  • youth impact

    The Youth Impact Library, Hope House and Shalom Center provide a host of resources to underprivileged kids in an extremely poor district of Addis Ababa. The goal is to help youth and teens develop reading habits and a thirst for knowledge, while also fostering student-to-student and student-to-staff relationships. One hot meal per day, school supplies, uniforms, laundry, showers, tutors, and more are all provided.