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.
This is a raw special behind the scenes look at how Dustan & Darlene first got started on the mission field.
Dustan & Darlene travel to London to prepare to return home after fourteen months. While there they help a local YWAM team reach out during the very wild Knotting Hill Arts Festival.
Dustan & Darlene travel from Asia to Ghana, West Africa, via Egypt where they lead a team to share the Gospel to a well known witch doctor.
Dustan & Darlene travel into the fringes of the Tibetan Himalayas, encountering snow-storms and sickness, to share the Gospel with the remote nomadic people.
Dustan & Darlene travel from South India to Bangladesh and witness some ancient Hindu customs, only to finally arrive in a city threatened by civil war.
In this episode of The Revolutionary Life, Dustan & Darlene Stanley experience a strong bought with homesickness as they minister in India during the Christmas season.
Dustan & Darlene travel to Thailand in the midst of heartbreak to meet countless people who have been the victim of human trafficking.
Dustan & Darlene push deep into the mountainous jungles of Laos to share the Gospel to remote peoples for the first time.
In this Episode of The Revolutionary Life, Dustan & Darlene travel from Indonesia to Cambodia where they witness the horrific realities of genocide as well as the incredible restoration power of God.
Dustan & Darlene travel to a remote underground church meeting where they meet two people who claim to have seen Jesus face to face.
In the pilot Episode of The Revolutionary Life, Dustan & Darlene leave for Indonesia on their first missions journey. They hit the ground running, but maybe they jumped in a bit too quickly...