NavHistory aims to preserve the story of our Worldwide Partnership and to foster an informed understanding of our God-given heritage. Our vision is to serve Navigator leaders and staff, as well as researchers and the public.
The Worldwide Partnership of The Navigators started in the 1930s with a few people studying the Bible together and learning how to imitate Christ in daily life. During World War II, the movement expanded to help American servicemen. Today, a multinational family of Navigators helps people in 115 countries "to know Christ and to make Him known."
WORLDWIDE PARTNERSHIP EDITORIAL TEAM
Glenn McMahan, Managing Editor
Sarah Miles, Assistant Editor
Cindy Kuhn, Assistant to Donald McGilchrist
Dick Fischer, History Consultant
US NAVIGATORS EDITORIAL TEAM
Susan Fletcher, Editor
Patrick Kochanasz, Assistant Editor
The “Short Reads” collection contains excerpts from articles in the Worldwide Partnership collection.
Articles and images in the “US Navigators” section explore the history of The Navigators in the United States.
“Worldwide Partnership” articles focus on the evolution of The Navigators from its US origins to become a cross-cultural movement in 115 countries.
Navigator and Glen Eyrie History Reading List
For more information on the history of The Navigators and Glen Eyrie, we recommend the following books: The Navigators Amazing Grace, Amazing Hope: The Navigators 75th Anniversary. Colorado Springs: Navigators, 2009. Downing, Jim. Living Legacy: Reflections on Dawson Trotman and Lorne Sanny. Colorado Springs, CO: DawsonMedia, 2007. Downing, Jim. The Other Side of Infamy: My Journey through […]
US Field Ministries 1960s
Summary: In large measure, the 1960s laid down the tracks on which our ministries would run for many years. It was a very fruitful period: Our US work saw many innovations accompanied by a relentless focus on spiritual laborers. We were organizing for expansion. Key Words Dawson Trotman, Lorne Sanny, Expansion, Mike Treneer, Waldron Scott, […]
Women in The Navigators
Dawson Trotman’s First World Trip