“God's work done in God's way will never lack God's supply.”

- Hudson Taylor

DNI operates under the faith missions model. Trusting Him to provide does not guarantee that all budgets will be fully met, but in the words of Hudson Taylor, “God’s work done God’s way will never lack God’s supply.” Over the years, we have seen God answer prayer time after time in both small and big ways through the generosity of His people.

We believe in the importance of transparency and are committed to making information available to those who are interested. We make information available to our support base regarding needs and opportunities, but do not make direct requests for funds (eg. appeal letters, fundraisers, etc).

Learn more about the DNI financial model.

DNI General Fund

Donating to the General Fund helps to pay for things like:
– Worker training
– Worker travel to and from the field of service at the beginning and end of terms
– Board travel to visit workers on the field
– Worker retreats
– Publications

Worker Support

There are two ways to donate to worker support.

- Give to a specific worker

Workers are responsible for all personal living expenses (food, rent, utilities, transportation on the field, vacations, etc.) from the designated gifts they receive each month. Designated gifts for DNI workers are forwarded directly to them. No percentage is deducted for administrative expenses since DNI administrative staff are also supported using the faith missions model.

- Give where needed most

Your gift to the “Worker Support Where Needed Most” fund provides financial assistance for workers whose support levels are significantly under budget.

Education & Language Assistance Fund

Entering creative access countries often requires higher education. The cost of getting a college degree may significantly delay DNI workers getting to the field. Your gifts to this fund allow us to assist DNI workers with minimum college tuition payments.

In order to communicate the Gospel effectively, we believe it is very important to take the time to learn the language well. Depending on the location and options available, language study can be very expensive. Your gifts to this fund will be used to assist DNI workers with those expenses as needed.

Redeeming Rain Organization Operational Expenses

Your donations will help run the Redeeming Rain Organization. The center teaches English classes, Computer courses, and Bible stories. This is a great way to build relationships with people and share the Gospel with them. Funds will be used to pay for the staff’s monthly salaries.
Cost: $1,600/month

Learn more on the team’s page

Middle East: Healthcare Ministry Project

Donations will be used to fund medical care in local refugee camps and the local community.
Cost: $2,845/month

Services include but are not limited to:

  • Midwifery services: Offering prenatal, postpartum, and women’s health care, including free prenatal vitamins for women
  • Infant care: Providing baby formula for malnourished babies
  • Arranging and funding special surgeries
  • Burn care

Learn more on the team’s page

South Asia English Center

With an ever-increasing desire of South Asians to learn English, we are utilizing this unique opportunity to teach abroad in our mother-tongue. At the English Center, the aroma of Christ is exemplified through eagerly-received high-quality English classes. We currently operate out of our rented classroom facility to offer these sessions with ranging levels from Elementary through Intermediate and IELTS.
Cost: $874/month

Learn more on the team’s page


- MTC: General Fund

Your support of the Ministry Training Center (MTC) General Fund helps empower individuals to share the Gospel globally. Funds are used to cover operating expenses and building improvement projects. 

Learn more on the team’s page

Shepherd's Cup Café

Shepherd’s Cup is designed as a platform for outreach, especially for DNI workers witnessing to Asia Minor peoples. The café is run to provide a place of employment for immigrants and a place of opportunity for Christian witness in the workplace and community.

The bookstore has Bibles/Christian literature in English, Turkish, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, Mandarin, Spanish, and other languages found in NYC. There is a space for English classes. Discipleship of believers is also our goal. 

Shepherd’s Cup has also received its non-profit 501(c)3 status. If you would like to receive a newsletter about ongoing development of Shepherd’s Cup, click here.

Thank you for your interest and prayers. Shepherd’s Cup website can be found at,

Learn more on the team’s page

Restore Training is a trauma-based training committed to equipping our women to facilitate the restoration of women in hard places. Our vision is to see Anabaptist women receiving the healing and redemption of Jesus in their own lives and then moving with Jesus’ power into the stories of trafficked and vulnerable women.

Restore Training offers training in trauma and crisis care, counseling, crisis pregnancy, anti-trafficking, and issues related to Muslim women. We host the Hands that Heal seminar online through the Faith Alliance against Slavery and Trafficking, equipping women engaging in counter-trafficking efforts. We also host webinars periodically, pulling in experienced women for specific topics such as Healthy Sexuality or Redemptive Interventions. Depending on the trainee’s choice of the three certificates we offer, they may participate in six weeks of Bible School and Long-Term Orientation in NYC. We pair trainees with experienced coaches, who facilitate the training process and help them navigate the outsourced training materials. 

To read more about the Restore Training, you may visit:

- RESTORE Operational Expenses

These funds are used for the general operating expenses including providing training and support for our volunteer coaches and helping to host the Hands that Heal Seminar.
Cost: $640/month

- RESTORE Scholarship Fund

This fund will enable us to give scholarships to RESTORE trainees who are serving in ministry or may not be able to pay for their training.
Cost: $12,800 total

Athens, Greece Projects

- Athens, Ministry Center

The DNI team in Greece is in the process of opening a discipleship center in Athens with a focus on reaching out to the refugee population. The goal will be to find a building that can function as a gathering place for refugee believers and seekers, where they can come to know Jesus and be raised up as his disciples to make disciples among their own people. 

The vision is to create a place where the gospel is daily going forth. A space like the Hall a Tyranus in Acts 19. It will also be a space for weekly Church meetings and Bible studies. A place of prayer and worship and a place of fellowship and learning and growing together. It will be the Center of a network of house meetings that will happen during the week in believers’ homes to exemplify the simplicity of what it means to be the church so that everything is modeled in a way that can be reproduced as refugees are discipled and then dispersed all over Europe. Your support will be used for the operational expenses of the center.
Cost: $3,000/month

- Discipleship Training Program Scholarship Fund

We believe well-equipped, trained, and supported national workers are the best way to reach their own people. The goal of the Discipleship Training Program is to equip Muslim background believers in Athens Greece to be effective disciple-makers among their own people through mentorship, fellowship, ministry activities, and systematic study of the scripture.

Your support through this scholarship will help to cover their living expenses while they are involved in full-time study and ministry.
Cost: Approximately $1,200/month/trainee

Learn more on the team’s page

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