Can a Nation be changed in a day?
A country rise in a moment?
In 2013, Honduras answered: Yes it can.
In the year following, violence has dropped nearly 40%, school attendance rose to an all time high and the nation experienced its first peaceful election in over a decade.
In 2013, those two thousand people who said yes to that audacious question were the pioneers. And Honduras was changed forever.
1Nation1Day Honduras was never meant to be just one moment for one nation. It was never meant to be just the largest mission campaign in history.
It was meant to be the first.
Now, the sun rises on the dawn of a new missions era.
Where individuals leave behind their egos, their labels, their logos, and unite with thousands of people around the world for one vision. To change nations.
Can a nation be saved in a day? A country brought forth in a moment?
It’s time to say yes again. To another nation. The Dominican Republic.
Over the course of the week, our team will impact every neighborhood in the country, bringing practical aid and a message of hope to every citizen in the nation. We will organize medical clinics across the country, treating people who may have never seen a doctor before. We will distribute thousands of shoes to needy children and dedicate clean water projects for entire communities. In order to do this, we will once again assemble the largest foreign missions team in history, over 2,500 missionaries to serve the over 10 million people throughout this beautiful island nation. Our goal for 1Nation1Day has always been sustainability, that’s why, we will gather and train up the local leaders in the country. Government officials, small business owners, teachers, and spiritual leaders will gather in two massive arenas for training events. Each leader will walk away with books, materials, and a personal and business growth plan. This unprecedented campaign will culminate on Saturday, July 25, 2015 as millions of people from every corner of the country gather in the 20 largest stadiums. United they will stand to celebrate a new era of peace, prosperity, and purpose - standing together for “A Better Domincan.”
A New Day Has Begun.