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After our intense drive into the Himalayas and the scary nighttime trek, we slept soundly, preached at a local church, and prepared for the next day’s trek that would lead us to a rebuilt Nepali village. What we didn’t know was that we were about to learn a lesson about what is possible.
The language of mankind is story. Across cultures worldwide, story has always been the #1 way to communicate. In fact, we ourselves are stories...
In this message, Dustan Stanley preaches a motivation message for everyone going through challenges and hard times saying, "Get Up."
During one of our recent missions in Nepal, God showed us Supernatural Protection and mercy during one our more treacherous uphill treks in the Himalayas.
We hold a Nepal Youth Conference in Pokhara, Nepal where the Holy Spirit empowers the youth and teaches us about Sacrificial Devotion
A trek into the Himalayas to Poon Hill teaches us some very important lessons about being patient and waiting on the Lord...
Dustan and Darlene and the team encounter an upset man while visiting the believers in Nepal. What God does is AWESOME!
In this post, we begin our work in Nepal for the next few months by visiting the first of three villages we have been reaching out to over the past few years.... You won't believe what happened when we asked a friend of ours if we could pray together.
Hey everyone, Dustan and Darlene here. We have been in Pokhara, Nepal for almost a week. Most of our time has been spent praying and planning for our outreach programs from the Hasten mission house, but we've already spent time...
I'll never forget the morning. It was our morning coffee and prayer time, and Darlene and I were sitting at Cafe Concerto just off Fewa Lake in Pokhara, Nepal. We were waiting on our ILLY Coffee (imported from Italy - Praise the Lord) when a boy approached and began to beg of us.

The boy looked just like most of the other beggar children around here – filthy, tattered clothes, barefoot, a sight I have seen thousands of times as we travel around the world, but this time there was something different. There was something so very authentic about the look in his eyes, the way he rubbed his belly, the way he answered the cafe workers who told him to move on.

That day stated something in me that has now grown into a passion and ministry...