TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES THROUGH SERVANT LEADERSHIP

DAI focuses on developing a leader's spiritual growth and effectiveness at managing people, money and organizations using a biblical worldview.

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2016 Annual Report

DAI 2016 Annual Report Now Available

We hope you'll enjoy reading this year's report and learning about the many ways your support is impacting lives around the world.

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Filmmaking Contest

Filmmaking Contest for University Students - Submission Deadline April 9th

One student will be awarded an all-expenses-paid assignment to Nepal this July to capture an impact story with DAI and professional filmmaker Sean Sheridan.

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HOW DAI IS MAKING AN IMPACT

DAI, Development Associates International, focuses on developing a leader's spiritual growth and effectiveness at managing people, money and organizations with servant leadership as the core principle. We offer leaders a variety of workshops, a degree program, organizational consulting for churches and non-profits and mentoring to support leaders’ growth through intentional relationships. As these leaders grow and change, they often pass on what they have learned to others, dramatically multiplying the impact.

Education

Multi-session workshops designed to develop leaders’ personal, public and spiritual lives using Biblical management principles and case studies.

MAOL

Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership purposes to transform students into servant leaders to impact their communities, organizations and ministries.

Mentoring

Mentoring relationships for students that blend intentional friendship, discipleship and skills coaching.

Consulting

Specialized consulting for leaders in the areas of strategic planning, organizational structure, finance, adult learning, research and evaluation.

Connecting

Connecting leaders and their organizations to ministries and resources in an effort to find solutions to the challenges that they face.

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WHERE WE WORK

DAI works with leaders in over 70 countries, focusing on those places with the least access to the services DAI provides. We have divided these countries into nine regions to better address and support their unique needs.