Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association

THE BILLY GRAHAM OF THE PHILIPPINES!

 

You Can Be A Part…

The Filipino people need you!“How shall they call upon Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they are sent?” Romans 10:14-15a

BTEA’s ministry of bringing the Gospel to those who have never heard is impossible without the prayers and financial support of fellow believers. If the Lord leads you to play a part in this ministry, your investment will have eternal significance.

You can be a part of this.

Ways You Can Be A Fellow-Worker…
  • Pray
  • Support BTEA financially
  • Go on a short-term mission trip with BTEA

For Further Information,
Please Contact Us:

Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association
8834-F Goodby’s Executive Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32217
904/389-2099

or Click here to use our ContactUs form

To support BTEA financially:

Click Here To Use The Online Donation Page

Or
Make checks payable to Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association (BTEA)
and remit to:

8834-F Goodby’s Executive Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32217

All contributions are tax deductible

Click Here To Use The Online Donation Page


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HISTORY of the
Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association

Bob Tebow with Filipino children

In 1985, the Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association began with the mission to take the gospel to those who have never heard and plant Bible believing churches where previously there were no churches. Bob lived in the Philippines with his wife Pam and their five children from 1985 to 1990, preaching the gospel, planting churches, and establishing a staff of Filipino national evangelists, which now number 52. In addition to training the BTEA staff, Bob also began holding seminars and conferences to train local Filipino pastors.

Bob Tebow with Filipino children

Since returning to the United States in 1990, Bob continues to make regular trips to the Philippines. In 1994, Bob took his first group of young people on a summer mission trip. Bob and his staff now lead short-term mission trips in January, April, October, and July, during which they hope to instill a love for missions and train the next generation of evangelists.

In 1992, BTEA started an orphanage on the Island of Mindanao. The orphanage is called “Uncle Dick’s Home” and is now home to 50 orphans and 13 staff.

Filipino Children

In 1998, BTEA began to implement a plan to preach the gospel in every barangay (village) in the Philippines. In a country of 92,000,000, it is estimated that over 65,000,000 Filipinos have never once heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. BTEA evangelists are assigned a geographical area and systematically draw crowds with nightly film showings combined with preaching the gospel.

In 2005, a boat ministry was established to reach the many small islands in the Philippines, where the majority of the inhabitants live and die without ever hearing the gospel. Currently, the BTEA boat ministry includes two evangelists, two helpers, and one mechanic.

Since 1985, there has been an increasing movement of the Holy Spirit in the Philippines. BTEA feels an intense sense of urgency to get the gospel to every Filipino before this great door of opportunity closes.

Timmy Tebow and Christy Tebow Allen with orphans
Timmy Tebow and Christy Tebow Allen with orphans.


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