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CultureGary Brumbelow

Cultural Relativism in Missions with Gary Brumbelow

Gary Brumbelow was a missionary working with indigenous peoples in Canada, Alaska, and Siberia. He saw churches planted and many come to Christ, but was plagued with a nagging question: “Shouldn’t the Gospel going into a community bring about a change?” What was wrong? Hear about what would change Gary’s life and his concept of missions.

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FamilyLove

Respect for Marriage Act, A Misnomer

The so-called Respect for Marriage Act threatens the perfectly designed beauty of marriage by putting into law a radically harmful definition that misleads people about the transcendent nature of marriage.

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BalladeerSacred/Secular Divide

Discipling Culture Through the Arts: With Jeremiah and Mona Enna

Meet Jeremiah and Mona Enna, leaders who use ballet to influence culture. They focus not just on making “Christian” art, but on making excellent art. Their lives help us understand what it means to be a balladeer!

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PovertySacred/Secular Divide

Work and Loving Your Neighbor with Ena Richards

We all know we are supposed to love our neighbors, but how can we do that well? Ena Richards, a speaker at the recent DNA Global Forum, breaks down what it means to work for someone’s good and how we can love people into thriving.

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ChurchDarrow Miller

Unity in Christ Before Ethnicity with Jessie Gistand

Today on Ideas Have Consequences, we interview Pastor Jesse, a Black Pastor in California who has been on the front-lines against Critical Theory and Marxism. We explore his history with the Critical Theory movement and the history of Critical Theory in the African American Church.

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ChurchDarrow Miller

What is a Discipled Nation?

What exactly is a discipled nation? What does that sort of nation look like? This week we discuss real-world examples of discipled nations and what that means for the world.

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ChurchDarrow Miller

Why Disciple Nations?

The concept of discipling nations is something we discuss frequently; but what does it mean to disciple nations, and why is it so important?

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CultureMarxism

BLM, CRT, and Uncle Tom II

Marxism is on the rise in our culture, but is that a good thing? Today, we react to the documentary “Uncle Tom II” and discuss the pros and cons of Marxism and how we should respond.

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ArtBeauty

The Story Behind A Call for Balladeers

In this interview with Darrow Miller, he emphasizes that artists play a creative and essential role in the church’s mission of discipling the nations. He issues a call to Christian artists everywhere to become “balladeers” by using their work to bear prophetic witness to the beauty, goodness, and truth of God’s reign.

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ChurchCritical Race Theory

Christianity and Wokeness with Owen Strachan

Owen Strachan, author of “Christianity and Wokeness,” joins us to discuss the shift towards postmodernism in the culture and how we should respond.

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ChurchLove

Hijacked Love with Bob Moffitt

The word “love” is everywhere, but what does it really mean? How can we love biblically? Bob Moffit joins us this week to discuss these questions and more.

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ArtBeauty

You Can’t Experience Beauty Without God with Jenny Jee-El Park

Special Guest Jenny Jee-El Park joins us to discuss how music impacts how we see the world and how art can provide an unexpected avenue of worship.

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Meet the Hosts

Scott Allen

Scott Allen

President

Scott Allen serves as president of the DNA secretariat office. After serving with Food for the Hungry for 19 years in both the United States and Japan, working in the areas of human resources, staff training and program management, he teamed up with Darrow Miller and Bob Moffitt to launch the DNA in 2008.

Darrow Miller

Darrow Miller

Co-Founder

Darrow Miller is a world-renowned author and teacher on Christianity and culture, apologetics, worldview, poverty, and the dignity of women. In 1981, he began 27 years at Food for the Hungry, serving there as vice president from 1994 to 2007 until he helped launch the DNA in 2008. 

Dwight Vogt

Dwight Vogt

Vice President

Dwight Vogt serves as the vice president of international programs. Before coming to the DNA, he worked for 27 years at Food for the Hungry, including field-based leadership roles in Bangladesh, Peru, Thailand and Guatemala.

Luke Allen

Social Media Manager

Luke Allen serves as the marketing manager of communications. He works with strategy, social media, and graphics. He is newly wed, newly grad, and native of Phoenix.  

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More of our team can be found on our Leadership page.

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