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May 22-27 in Panama: Vision Conference and Training of Trainers Workshop

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Following last year’s first-ever and highly successful DNA Regional Forum for Latin America, the team in this region is planning a Vision Conference and Training of Trainers Workshop for May 22-27 in Panama City.

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Details from the coordinating team in Latin America

Please schedule your departure from the Conference for the 27th after lunch. We will be very grateful if you stay to the end. By shortening the time to 5 days, we need to make every minute of the day together to achieve our goals.

The Radisson Hotel honored the same quote they gave us last year:

$475  per person / two per room 
$85    conference registration fees including 
    • round-trip transportation from/to airport 
    • conference
    • materials
$560   total per person
It is important to remember the agreement we made in the previous forum that to attend this year, the participant must have read and studied the book Discipling Nations by Darrow Miller.
In addition to the 14 teaching sessions, Bob Moffitt will train us on how to become trainers, so we can multiply this movement. 

About the Training of Trainers (TOT) Workshop

The goal of this workshop is to prepare those who want to train local church leaders to equip their people to live out the DNA teachings in their personal lives and as a church.

The methodology of the TOT is to learn the concepts and skills of adult education and to practice using those skills that enable disciples to personally and corporately demonstrate the gospel in practical ways through the use of local resources.

Once you are registered, facilitators of your country will follow up on your registration and will contact you.  


For any logistical questions, please contact directly Richard Tracy and her team of facilitators at adnpanama@gmail.com or Tel. (507) (6) 599 9834.


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Jama Wilfred Tiwarah
Jama Wilfred Tiwarah
7 years ago

Dear brother in Lord.
Greeting from Cameroon in the name of Jesus christ.Am happy for conference and training,how is the work almighty God going on in panama?Please i wish to know how i can register for this conference and training.Please i need all the information.Thank God bless you in Jesus name.

Disciple Nations Alliance

Hello Jama, this conference already happened in May 2014. For more information on the DNA in Panama, please email adnpanama@gmail.com. Blessings to you!

9 years ago

This is excellent! We are priyang for these things to be evident within our MC; desiring nothing more than to see God glorified as we continue to learn and grow in what it means to be a missional community. Thank you so much for sharing this Bob, and for writing it so succinctly Paul.

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