Igniting Movements of Disciple Making and Prayer in the Nations
The mission of the church is to make disciples of all nations, teaching them to obey all that Jesus commanded (Matthew 28:19). Priority 15 is our focused attempt to take a significant step forward in completing this mission in our lifetime.
There are over 3,000 people groups that are unengaged with the gospel, meaning they don’t have a local church and there are no known missionaries working among them. Priority 15 is a collaborative effort to engage these highly strategic, restricted access areas with the gospel of Jesus Christ for the purpose of making disciples and planting churches.
Sign up for the Priority 15 Gathering
The meeting is to discuss, pray, worship, pray for the purpose of casting vision for 15 of the least reached, least engaged people groups on the planet. And pray some more! The name for the gathering is “Priority 15” and some more info is online at www.priority15.org. Click the Priority 15 button on the left to sign up!
“Activating the Church in the Kings Commission”
Click here to see a larger explanation of the mission and ministry of Disciple Nations.
Communities of disciples discipling communities. Click below to learn about these communities and how you can get involved!
The DN team and our partners are praying connections that have been made and requests that have been received from many nations.
DN MissionariesOur Team’s Mission
DiscipleNations exists to serve the Church in embracing and obeying the global mandate of the resurrected King Jesus, which is to make disciples of all nations (Mt. 28:18-20). Click below to see our team and the specifics of our mission.
DN PrayerThe Call of the King
One of the central ministries of DN is the ministry of prayer. Like Jesus and Paul we believe prayer is not something we just do on the side. On the contrary, prayer should be at the center of who the church is and what she does.
DN TeachingResource Archive
DiscipleNations has many past teachings in order to resource and equip disciples in prayer and disciple-making as well as current weekly teachings. Click below to see the teaching from previous weeks.