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Doulos Missions Institute

For the last 24 years, Doulos Missions Institute (DMI) has been building church-planting pioneers for the work among the least-reached people groups of the southern Philippines. This region is home to some of the hardest-to-reach people groups in the world—people living without access to the good news and with hearts hardened against the gospel. 

These communities need churches planted in their midst, but due to high security risks, Westerners cannot effectively minister among most of those people groups. However, Filipinos can. DMI mobilizes, recruits, trains and equips Filipino believers called to bring the gospel to their unreached neighbors. 

Since its founding, the DMI has trained over 100 Filipinos in cross-cultural church planting, using an intensive three- to five-year training and internship program designed to meet the needs and challenges of the region. Today, dozens of DMI graduates are serving full time as church planters in some of the hardest-to-reach areas.

Participate by Praying:

  • Pray that the Holy Spirit will call Filipino believers to bring the good news to their unreached neighbors.
  • Pray for safety, both spiritual and physical, as students and graduates face numerous challenges.
  • Lift up DMI graduates who will dedicate years of their lives to plant churches in some of the hardest-to-reach areas.

Participate by Giving:

  • $60 a month supports the vocational training of a student
  • $75 a month supports the academic costs of Bible and missions training for a student
  • $250 a month supports the full cost of an adjunct teacher 
  • $500 a month supports the full cost of an on-site staff family

Participate by Sending and Going:

If you feel called or know someone who may be called to serve the Filipino Church as a Bible professor, English teacher or a resident worker in a community deeply impacted by brokenness, contact Christar for more information.

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