Ivory Coast - GAP Missions Ministries Orphan Ministry - GAP Missions Ministries Slaters to Ireland - GAP Missions Ministries Balkans Project - GAP Missions Ministries

GAP Logo 2016 01 300x300GAP Missions, through each missionaries' individual ministries, will be involved in many various projects at any given time. Such projects may range from the coordination of construction teams or medical teams assisting on a specific mission field, to arranging for other types of short-term mission endeavors by individuals or groups, to assisting in special activities by national pastors in a country where a GAP missionary operates.

These individual GAP Projects are not necessarily 'separate ministries' but are some of the areas of ministry where you may be led to get involved in that opportunity. You may be a Prayer Warrior specifically for that project, or a special channel of funding for a particular ministry effort, or you may be part of a team providing service on the field... In any case, we hope you will prayerfully support these highlighted 'opportunities for ministry'. 


Follow various GAP Ministries & individual GAP Projects listed below:

GAP Missions - Africa

James and LaNelle George


This is actually the ministry that started it all... well, as far as GAP Missions is concerned ;-)

There is sometimes confusion in the seperation of GAP Missions AFRICA and GAP Missions Ministries (since both are sometimes reffered to as simply GAP Missions).

The ministry of GAP Africa has it's roots in the original field work of James & LaNelle George beginning back in 1989 serving in Ivory Coast as "Missionary Aviation Outreach". This ministry, now known as "GAP Missions AFRICA" has continued through many 'set-backs' ... through wars and political unrest and national turmoil in the West African country of Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire).

These veteran missionaries have seen churches grown out of 'the Bush' of the jungle areas of Ivory Coast and they have seen those young churches struggle and suffer when the wars came. This ministry continues to bare friut through the trials and through the years.

Please pray for the Georges and for the people of Ivory Coast, West Africa.


The ministry has a website where you can learn more about them and follow their ministry:



Slaters to Ireland

Slaters to Ireland 

John & Emily Slater are missionaries serving in the Republic of Ireland. This ministry is fairly new with the Slaters just arriving on the field during March of 2016.



The ministry has a website where you can learn more about them and follow their ministry:



Visit the Slaters' Facebook Page

Balkan Project

This is a sensitive area of the world for us to share a great deal of information about the ministry activities of the GAP Missionaries. We will simply share with you some general ministry accomplishments as the Lord gives us liberty to do so.


The ministry outreach in the Balkans does not have a website where you can learn more about them and follow their ministry. 






GAP kids - Orphan Ministry

You may find some updates on this part of ministry by visiting the GAP Missions AFRICA website and specifically the Orphan Ministry area of that site.


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The GAP Missions Kids website is not currently updated, please check back. 

Bible Training Institute

GAP Missions - Philosophy

Over 200 years ago a British cobbler named William Carey responded to a spiritual need and began pioneering the modern missionary movement which radically changed the course of history. Carey was ridiculed and labeled as a dreamer and fool. But Carey would not be dissuaded, reminding them also of man's responsibility to the Great Commission: "Make disciples of all nations . . . " (Matt. 28:19). On June 13, 1793, William Carey, his wife and four children sailed for India.

Early National Pastor Training in Ivory Coast

Instead of merely "sending" missionaries to foreign lands to "convert the heathen," Carey believed the missionary's primary job was to train nationals to evangelize and disciple their own people. This concept underlies GAP Missions’ approach to ministry. The aim of GAP MISSIONS from the onset has been to reach the people of Ivory Coast by “training nationals who in turn train other nationals.” The Bible Training Center now numbers more than seventy students who are being personally taught and trained by National Ivorian Pastors. After eleven years of ministry, by the grace of God, we are experiencing exponential growth. Ivorian pastors are now expressing their desire to spread the GOSPEL to other African Nations.


Pastor Training Center - Mondoukou

The facility located in Mondoukou (Ivory Coast, West Africa) serves as a training center for national pastors and christian workers for reaching into the villages of Ivory Coast. The grounds also hold the Mondoukou Orphanage facilities.

You can learn more about the current training and ministry activites of the work in Ivory Coast by visiting the website of GAP Missions AFRICA (


GAP Missions Pastor Training School

Jungle Riders

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Jungle Riders is a part of the ministry of GAP Missions AFRICA.

Taking the Gospel into remote regions has never been more effective. The idea of taking the story of Jesus into remote regions where most have never had the opportunity to hear the "Good News" of salvation is being facilitated by GAP Missions via motorcycles and SOLAR POWERED projection systems. The entire projection unit can be carried in a backpack. Showing the JESUS FILM in native languages has yielded unimaginable responses.

Whole villages gather around the double-sided screen, young and old alike, to watch the life changing story of Christ and hear it in their own language. People whose souls have been held in the clutches of animistic beliefs for a lifetime are captivated by the TRUTH of the simple Gospel of Jesus Christ. They line up, patiently waiting their turn to speak to someone after the film. It is not uncommon for us to stay hours after the presentation answering their questions. One night, we dealt with 149 people, each rejecting their animistic teachings and trusting Christ. One week we recorded the names of 556 people who trusted Jesus.


Learn more about Jungle Riders at the website of GAP Missions AFRICA