Who we are

Shalom is comprised of, an unusual cadre of people who are God chasers. Our ministry strives for doctrinal soundness and forthright accounting of all resources entrusted to our care. Our relationship with churches and individuals serves as fuel that God uses to propel our vision.

Key Staff

As an organization, we strive for excellence in all that we undertake both here and abroad. We earnestly pray for God’s wisdom and direction as we work to advance His Kingdom. see more

Statement of Faith

We believe the Bible to be the inspired and only infallible, inerrant, Word of God. It is the ultimate source for knowledge about God, as well as the definitive guide for our daily lives. read more

Mission Statement

Shalom Outreach, Inc. is dedicated to achieving worldwide propagation of the essentials of the historic Christian faith. We intend to fulfill this mission through a fourfold strategy of read more

Commitment to Financial Integrity

We believe that tithing is a responsibility of a believer to their local church, whereas giving is a believer's responsibility above his tithe to distribute read more

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Key staff

The administrative staff of Shalom Outreach is comprised of creative people who are forward thinking
and dedicated to serving the Kingdom of God and the succeess of the organization.

Pastor J. Julian Dangerfield

Pastor J. Julian Dangerfield

Pastor Dangerfield resigned from an illustrious career in Software Engineering, to serve the ministry of Shalom Outreach as its Executive Director. Read Pastor Dangerfiel's full bio

Mrs. Lisa Atkinson Dangerfield

Mrs. Lisa Atkinson Dangerfield

Lisa brings 35+ years of policy, planning and administration experience to Shalom Outreach, Inc. In her various capacities, she was consistently appointed to Read Mrs. Dangerfiel's full bio

Rev. Yolanda Giles

Rev. Yolanda Giles

Rev. Yolanda Giles is the Executive Assistant to Pastor Julian Dangerfield of Shalom Outreach, Inc. She has assisted with the inner workings of Shalom as well as worked Read Rev. Giles' full bio

Rev. Doris Crews

Rev. Doris Crews

Rev. Doris Crews serves as the director of special events for Shalom Outreach., Inc. She is married to William Crews, composer and musician and they are parents to three Read Rev. Crews' full bio

Mr. KeVon Williams

Mr. KeVon Williams

Mr. KeVon Williams brings 12 years of Broadcasting and Journalism experience through Audio/Video Production, Marketing, Digital Media Strategies and Read Mr. Williams' full bio

Min. Gina Brown

Min. Gina Brown

Min. Gina Brown is a ministry leader who serves as a volunteer staff member for Shalom Outreach, Inc. for over ten years. She is a licensed minister and mother of three adult Read Min. Brown's full bio

Where we go

Select a destination button below to learn about the work Shalom Outreach is doing in that location and how you can travel there with us if you desire.

Traveling with Shalom

image of a compassAccording to John Piper, missions exist because worship doesn’t. God desires to be worshipped and unfortunately mankind has lost their way back to Him.

The ministry of Shalom has a unique assignment to provide healing and help to those who are in need while mobilizing those with resources. Our organization undertakes our missionary activities as an assignment mandated by God because He hears the cries of hungry children in East Africa, the travail of widows who have recently lost their husbands, and the emptiness of a village who has no water to satisfy the thirst while death encroaches.

Most New Testament churches identify the biblical mandate for missions to be Matthew 28:19, the Great Commission. However, God was at work redeeming humanity as far back as the book of Genesis and He maneuvered through 42 generations to manifest the complete answer to the human dilemma. To that end, we at Shalom feel a sense of calling to both equip and educate the body of Christ with sound biblical doctrine that supports the mandate for missions in both testaments. In addition to meeting the physical needs of those we serve, Shalom endeavors to provide spiritual nourishment to the hungry children, comfort and hope to the widows of Uganda, and living water to satisfy those who are thirsty.
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Five Steps to Traveling with Shalom

1 Believe: In Shalom we believe that a relationship with God is at the core of who we are capable of being as viable well-balanced citizens on earth. To that end, faith in Jesus Christ has opened the door into a new a world for all who travel under the banner of our ministry. Ones profession of faith is a fundamental requirement for those who wish to collaborate with our efforts in change the world. Admittedly, there are many people who believe that Jesus existed but if we carefully look at John 3:16 the apostle was clear and emphatic in stating that whosoever believeth in Him would not perish… so we have to get past Christ being a historical figure and move toward placing our faith and trust in His finished work.

2 Passport: This all important document is integral in opening up the world to you as a Shalom traveler. Hence the securing of one’s passport creates a possible entry point for us to share the message of Christ in other nations. The process is simple and the cost is reasonable, so please take a moment to go to http://travel.state.gov/passport/.

3 Shalom Application and Documentation: Shalom has an application process that each missionary will have to complete, which encompasses data like, emergency contact information, statement of testimony and pastoral recommendation. This administrative detail is necessary in our commitment to secure the proper insurances and planning in case of natural disasters or other unforeseen events that may require team extraction and movement to an adequate safety zone. Click here to download Shalom traveler application.

4 Vaccinations: There are nations that require inoculation so as to take preventative measures in protecting the missionary from diseases that may be prevalent in certain areas. We have had very little physical harm or illness among our missionaries in part because of effectual prayer and preparation through proper inoculations required for travel. Please see the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention website for inoculation requirements for the region you intend to travel.

5 Preparation Shalom Institute: All missionaries who travel under the banner of Shalom undergo a minimum 4 hour block of instruction detailing the mission, the physical conditions under which the missionary will work, and other physical and spiritual matters that should be prayerfully considered before travel. The training dates are typically 30 days prior to one of our trips, and this comprehensive instruction will be given by a trained authorized Shalom staffer or someone with commensurate experience.

Ways to give

Here's how to support the work Shalom does

Online donation

You can contribute to the support of the ministry by donating online. Click the button below to be taken to our secure donation page.

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Covenant Partnership

The concept of covenant was instituted by God and the greatest example can be found in His relationship with Abraham. Shalom Outreach has a comprehensive and well-thought-out Covenant Partner program. It is our goal to partner with individuals, churches and organizations to advance the Kingdom of God. » read more ...

Sister 2 Sister

Sister - 2 - Sister

The Sister 2 Sister Project Offers support to widows who are suffering and and are in great need in third world countries. We endeavor to reach our sisters by expressing love through the purchasing of cows, toiletries items and other needed materials that may serve as encouragement and income generating activity.» learn more ...

Medical Mission Initiative

The vision for our medical mission started in the year 2000 with a challenge from God to confront the HIV/AIDs epidemic. We felt inspired to go beyond providing teaching and information into the realm of hands-on activities that could confront health challenges in their various forms.

In the programs current configuration, you may use the donate button shown below to directly contribute financially to the purchase of medications. This is the safest and most direct way to financially support this initiative. This will allow to address the most immediate medical needs that we encounter instead of having to turn those in most need away due to a lack of resources.

Support Shalom

If you would like to donate medical supplies and equipment directly, please contact our office, either via our contact form, or via phone at (703) 590-3331 or Fax at (703) 730-0011, and one of our staff will be happy to work with you.

If you'd like to travel with us on one of our upcoming medical mission trips, please visit our travel schedule page to learn when the next opportunity for that will occur.

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