The Disciple Nations Alliance support center in Phoenix, Arizona is pleased to announce a new member to its team. Gary Brumbelow joined on May 1. Gary will serve as Assistant to the President and will help in a number of areas, including serving as the principal editor for DNA Global News.
For eight years, Gary served as a cross-cultural church-planting missionary among First Nations peoples of Canada. For the past 14 years, he served as Executive Director of InterAct Ministries, an Oregon-based church-planting organization serving in Canada, Alaska and Siberia.
Gary is a graduate of Grace University and earned an MA from Wheaton College. He is currently pursuing further graduate studies at Western Seminary. He lives in a suburb of Portland, Oregon with his wife, Valerie. They have two married sons and six grandchildren.
Gary was first exposed to the Disciple Nations Alliance in 2002 when he read Darrow Miller’s book Discipling Nations. In 2003 he attended a DNA workshop in Vancouver, British Columbia faciliated by Darrow Miller and Scott Allen. He later attended a DNA Forum in Heber, Arizona, and began working to incorporate principles of wholistic ministry and Biblical worldview into the work of InterAct. To that end, he helped to organize a Vision Conference in Siberia.