DNA Strategic Plan Released

The Disciple Nations Alliance International Secretariat and Global Leadership Team completed work on a ten-year strategic plan in February. We welcome you to download and read the plan here:  DNA Strategic Plan (PDF).

Following is the Executive Summary

The Disciple Nations Alliance exists to help the church rise to her full potential as God’s principal agent in restoring, healing, and blessing broken nations. We accomplish this purpose by equipping God’s people to be the hands and feet of Jesus in their families, communities, and through their vocations.

Since we began in 1997, the Disciple Nations Alliance (DNA) has had a remarkably significant impact on churches worldwide. This has come, in large part, through a strategy aimed at catalyzing a movement. DNA messages and materials are the core of the movement. They are spread through a global network of local champions who are supported by DNA regional networks, national organizations, and collaborating networks and organizations.

Over the next ten years, we believe God is calling us to spread our training and messages as widely as possible for the greatest possible impact. To this end, our aspiration is to see a multiplication of champions in every major country of the world. We desire to see these champions supported by growing, vibrant, locally-led DNA networks and DNA national organizations in every major geographic region of the world, all working together to equip millions of followers of Christ to bring hope and healing to this broken world.

This document was developed by the Disciple Nations Alliance Global Leadership Team (GLT) and the president of the International Secretariat. It is intended to provide a “north star” which will set direction and provide a vision for Disciple Nations Alliance over the next ten years.

View the whole document here: DNA Strategic Plan

One comment on “DNA Strategic Plan Released

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