Who We Are

New Day Network Ministry (NDN) is a non-profit, evangelistic ministry led by Alan and Sarah Damron founded on 2 Corinthians 5:17 in April 2009.  The core values of this ministry are to evangelize, enrich and expand Gods kingdom work, specifically in the I-90 corridor of western Montana. Dr. C. Alan Damron is a graduate of Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and Southern Center for Biblical Studies in Jacksonville, Florida. New Day Network adheres to the Baptist Faith and Message as adopted on June 14, 2000 by the Southern Baptist Convention.  Careful examination of these doctrinal statements can be reviewed at http://www.sbc.net/bfm/bfm2000.asp New Day Network Ministry is an incorporated, non-profit (501c3) organization whose advisory board and monthly partners provide prayer, leadership, and financial assistance for ministry. We could not be here without our monthly donors. We find the need to continue building this financial support team. If God leads you to join this monthly support team, all donations should be made payable to:  New Day Network Ministry, PO Box 420013, Haugan MT 59842. All gifts are tax deductible and a quarterly financial statement is available upon request.

The ministry of the Damrons has spanned over 40 years. They spent the first ten years of their marriage travelling in evangelism. After graduating from seminary they moved to Havre, Montana as a part time staff evangelist, served the local church and traveled in Montana, North and South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, and California doing revivals and encouraging pastors. Alan has held other church staff positions and served as a pastor for 26 years before returning to Montana.  They have lived and ministered together in Montana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama, and Mississippi. Alan is founder and president of New Day Network Ministry.  He serves as the Pastor/Church Planter of New Day Fellowship in Haugan and St Regis, Montana. Alan & Sarah serve as Mission Service Corp Volunteers with the North American Mission Board. Their work is affiliated with the Montana State Baptist Convention, and the Southern Baptist Convention. Sarah serves as Business Administrator for New Day Network Ministry and is very much involved with Women’s Bible studies, Wednesday night LIGHT Student Ministry, Weekly Worship, Music, Preschool Worker & Soup Day, as well as the monthly Resource Center distributing food and clothing through New Day Fellowship. Alan and Sarah have been married since 1973 and have two daughters Alana Denise and Alisha Danae, both born in Havre, MT.  Alana is a graduate of Carson Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee and Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is a freelance graphics design specialist, photographer, worship leader in her local church and song writer.  Alisha is a graduate of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina.  She is married to Abdul Seruyange and they gifted us with our first grandchild on December 15, 2011, Micaiah Malin! In January 2011, they founded and introduced a new kind of education in Uganda, Terra Nova Academy (Terra Nova meaning, New Ground) beginning with the Preschool level. They have added another classroom to expand their enrollment and grade level from 32 to 60 next year. We are so excited about what God is doing through the hearts and lives of both our girls and our new son. Check out their work at alanadamron.com and terranovaacademy.com. Alan and Sarah still believe it takes God’s people to reach people—building relationships in cooperation with God’s Spirit across the street, down the road, or across the world!

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