Calvary Chapel Gwinnett (CCG) is currently supporting the following mission organizations and individuals.

  • Ernest Ehabe, Bread for Life Ministries (Cameroon) – Ernest is Break for Life’s Founder and currently serves as BFL President. This ministry provides a wide variety of services from church planting to children’s programs, medical facilities and prison ministries.       Their mission is to work alongside indigenous Africans & efforts and help them become spiritually, socially and economically vibrant by helping to pioneer self-sustaining ministries and churches where needed and serving the church and communities through relationships that build vision and provide resources for strategic impact in the city and among unreached people groups.       For more information, please visit
  • Randy McCracken, Calvary Chapel Bible College (York, England) – Randy and Gloria McCracken moved to York England in January 2004. Randy teaches at the Calvary Chapel Bible College there on a full-time basis. His special areas of teaching are Old Testament books like Genesis, Joshua, Judges, 1&2 Samuel and 1&2 Kings. He also teaches the Epistle to the Romans, a course on New Testament Backgrounds, and Beginning Biblical Hebrew. Gloria is active at the church. She helps with accounts payable, leads a ladies Bible study group, and hosts students of the Bible College for meals and fellowship. Randy and Gloria are active members of Calvary Chapel York and on occasion, Randy fills in for pastors throughout the UK and has also taught short courses at the Calvary Bible College in Jerusalem. To reach Randy directly, you can email
  • Operation Christmas Child (OCC) – Each November, we as a church participate in this project of Franklin Graham’s “Samaritan Purse.” Members of our church fill shoeboxes with small gifts and toiletries for boys and girls ranging from ages 2 to 14. These boxes are taken to an OCC collection site, processed and then sent to less fortunate children around the world. OCC also includes Gospel literature in the child’s native language for each shoebox.