His ministry to the Islamic nations started with a trip to Kyrgizstan in 1998. While there Chuck Todd stood on the border between Kyrgizstan and China and prayed for the last stronghold of Communism. Six months later, in May 1999, he flew into China on the same day when NATO accidentally bombed the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade. While rioters shut down the American Embassy and held the Ambassador hostage, Chuck Todd preached in a Chinese church where no “Western” person has spoken in 50 years. The next day he signed an unprecedented agreement with the authorities of the Bao’an District allowing groups of missionaries to share the Gospel and distribute Bibles in district’s Three-Self Churches.
World Missions Alliance prompted the growth in the number of churches in Bao’an district, helped build a 7-story 50,000+ sq. ft. Bao’an Ministry Complex, which accommodates two congregations, a Bible school, Bible distribution center, housing for pastors and missionaries and in the future a medical clinic and a kindergarten. After ministering in Southern China for over 7 years, in November 2006 Chuck Todd has received a special invitation from the officials from the Three-Self-Church in Beijing to expand WMA outreach into Beijing and its surroundings.
When the war started in Iraq in the spring of 2003, Chuck Todd felt the call to Babylon. In November 2003 he pioneered WMA outreach in Iraq. He has since made eight trips to Iraq, survived the danger of kidnapping and death during the Fallujah crisis, met with Iraq’s Prime Minister Iyad Allawi and started a church in Duhook in the Northern Iraq.