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.
Dustan & Darlene Stanley from HASTEN tv and The Revolutionary Lifevideo

The Revolutionary Life #200 – Looking Back

Since our first season, we've been non-stop traveling the world and preaching the Gospel. Now, as we prepare to release another season and a host of new stories of all God has done, we think it's best to take you back to three of the greatest adventures we experienced during our first missionary journey. From Southeast Asia to West Africa to the rooftop of the world, come with us and see all that Lord has done.
Dustan Stanley Praying with village leader and mother in Nepal

Visiting a Very Sick Village Mother

Dustan and Darlene and the team visit a new local group of believers and pray for a village mother with cancer.
Dustan Stanley from Hasten TV in Pokhara, Nepal

An Angry (& Slightly Drunk) Man Opposes the Gospel

Dustan and Darlene and the team encounter an upset man while visiting the believers in Nepal. What God does is AWESOME!

A Girl Oppressed of the Devil and a Preacher who Split the Local Church

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.
Darlene Stanley from Hasten tv with a lady who was healed in Nepal

She is COMPLETELY Healed and Rescued from Death’s Door!

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 following up with some of our ministry from earlier this year. One lady we had visited...