McClung is the founder and director of All Nations, an international
leadership training and church-planting network. All
Nations partners with local churches to send short-term
and long-term church planting teams to more than 30 different
All Nations, an interdenominational Christian, non-profit
(501C3), provides specialized leadership and discipleship
schools under the umbrella of All Nations Training Center,
located in Cape Town, South Africa.
As an international alliance of missional communities,
ministries and members, All Nations is committed to...
- making disciples
- training leaders
- planting churches through holistic disciple making
We dream about igniting movements to Christ, as we serve
the poor and share the good news.
Vision of All Nations
To fill the earth with the worship of Jesus through kingdom
oriented church planting movements that love the poor,
reach the lost, and make disciples who joyfully love and
The Mission of All Nations
To make disciples, train leaders and plant church planting
- Love God - Passionate Spirituality.
- Love Each Other - Authentic Relationships.
- Love the Lost - Life-giving Evangelism.
Today, All Nations workers are serving full-time
in over 30 different countries.
and his wife Sally were married in 1967. They have two children
and two grand children. In 1970 they pioneered a live-in
community in Kabul, Afghanistan for young Westerners traveling
on the hippy trail. The McClung’s moved to Amsterdam,
Holland in 1973 to establish an inner-city ministry, which
eventually grew to over 300 staff and volunteers.
During the years the McClungs lived in Amsterdam they developed
a passion for establishing missional communities among the
poor and most neglected peoples of the world. This led to
them establishing All Nations Family, a network of churches,
communities and individuals who share a common vision and
values for church planting movements.
The McClungs live in Cape Town, South Africa where they
are pastors of All Nations church and lead a training and
outreach community that equips church planters to work among
the poor and unreached in Africa and Asia.