Dustan Stanley

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Dustan Stanley is an evangelist, missionary, and writer. I help people discover their new identity in Christ, find their place in the Great Commission, and get started! My wife, Darlene, and I are the founders of Hasten International Mission and host of Hasten TV and The Revolutionary Life television series.

Hasten Turns 10!!!

Hey Everyone! I just wanted to shoot you a quick email and thank you for your love and support over the years. Today, Hasten International Mission (aka Revolutionary Life) turns TEN years old! We dug out our original mission statement and it matched our current vision exactly! Still the same! Same for 2000 years - to...

Our 2017 Report!

As we prepare for 2018, we wanted to write you a quick report to let you know all we have accomplished this year! When we say we, we mean all of you who have given and prayed for this ministry. Together, we are touching lives in Nepal, the USA, and all over the world through...
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Darlene Shares Story about Kids in Nepal

In this video, Darlene shares her personal story concerning how God spoke to her to save His babies in Nepal. The time to do something about it is now! This is why we need your help.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Over the years we have seen the Lord do amazing things from one side of our world to the other. We’ve seen the wonders of the world! But the most amazing thing we’ve seen is the GRACE that we live in because of Jesus! For that amazing grace, we are thankful! And we are thankful for...

The Homeless Boys on the Streets of Pokhara, Nepal

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...