Dyna Dan is a certified “Genesis Process” counselor who holds several secular drug and alcohol recovery certifications. Over the past 5 years, he has used these certifications to help encourage and enable individuals find freedom in both religious and secular community programs. Residing in Los Angeles, California and attending The Sanctuary Church in Costa Mesa, he is a volunteer leader under the leadership of Pastors Jay Haizlip and Christian Hosoi.
Entrusted with the gift of prophetic insight through the Holy Spirit, Dan uses his gift to counsel and identify the root of personal struggle and provide solutions and behavioral changes that cultivate growth. The core mantra of his personal mission is to “Find healing and freedom from everyday hurts, habits and hangups as well as finding and proclaiming your God given destiny!” In his role as International Nazarite, Dan is one of the few leaders entrusted to oversee and tackle these tough topics and the transformation process in mens lives. Purpose During his time with DCMC, Dan has helped bring the mission to several new states by establishing relationship with local Motorcycle Clubs and building a charter to serve those areas. He is also an Original/Founding Member of the Old Ironsides Crew and has mentored men who are now in leadership positions.
The purpose of his specific mission is to reach men for Christ across the nation, as well as many within those countries around the world where we have supporters. The opportunity Dan has is to minister to DCMC members on an international scale. From Tampa to Thailand – Boston to Brazil, he plans to go wherever the opportunity – and God’s provision will take him. Dan has been entrusted by DCMC leadership with the responsibility of traveling from region to region, charter to charter, using his gifts to help individuals and collective bodies. Leaving his full-time job and the comforts of home, he is answering the call of God to be on the road in order to accomplish this mission.
My first commitment is to raise the support required to serve. I’m grateful that some of my meals will be provided by hosting charters. On most occasions I will do grocery shopping and be able to cook in the RV that God has blessed me with. My primary financial obligations are those related to using an RV to tour the nation, as well as my motorcycle and insurance payments. I’ve been advised to include a modest amount for other expenses as they may occur. On a monthly basis, I need $1500-$2000. This allows for varying exchange rates in multi-national travel. A one-time donation or a monthly commitment puts me one step closer. Because the length of the trip is not yet defined, It will be necessary to resign from my current job along with loss of benefits.
Contributing to the financial needs for this mission will make it possible, but the most significant support you can provide is to cover the process in prayer. This is new and unfamiliar territory for me. I’m emboldened by His call and overwhelmed by the role He’s asked me to take on. Divine appointments are something we pray for each time we saddle up. We ask God to place people in our path that either we can bless or who may bless us. Because you’re reading this, please take a moment to ask yourself: “Is this a divine moment for me to participate in reaching the nations for Christ?”