About Us

Sally and I have been married for almost forty years and are still best friends. We love Jesus, our kids and our grandkids, non-shedding dogs and a good bowl of ice cream! I love to hunt, hike and experience anything adventurous! Sally loves a quiet day, a good book and browsing in antique stores. We got engaged on an outreach to Jamaica, while standing in a food line with three hundred other noisy students. Not very romantic, but I was in love, we were going to be separated for two months on different teams, and I didn’t want to “lose” her to another guy. So I wrote Sally a note while standing there in line. It said, “I love you. Will you marry me” She fell for it! And here we are, almost forty years, two kids, two grandkids, numerous pets, and countless air miles later, more in love than ever.

After living in Kabul, Afghanistan and Amsterdam, Holland for more than 20 years, Sally and I discovered that we are most fruitful in doing three things: making disciples, training leaders, and planting churches. We love serving God. We never cease to be amazed that God uses us. As a “mother and father” in the Lord, we feel we are entering the best years of our lives.

Our calling is to help people discover their gifts and passions and utilize them to spread the worship of Jesus where He is least known. We have gone to the hard places of the earth to tell people about Jesus, and now we are called to ask others to do the same. And when they do, we promise not to forget them when they get there!

That is why we started All Nations. All Nations is an international family of churches and missional communities. We have training hubs in Kansas City, Missouri; Tainan, Taiwan and Cape town, South Africa where we equip people from many different cultures to share the good news of Jesus in more than 30 different countries each year.

Our Vision

Our vision is to see Jesus worshipped by all the people’s of the earth! We want to see out of human control, Holy Spirit catalyzed movements like we read about in the book of Acts.

Our Mission

Our mission is three fold: we disciple people, we train leaders, and we help catalyze church planting movements, especially where Jesus is not yet known.

Sally and I have been involved in spreading the good news of Jesus since we were married in 1967. Now, we get to be spiritual grandparents to those who are called to the front lines, passing on the many lessons we have learned over the years.

We mentor younger leaders in our movement, helping them to keep their passion for Jesus and His purposes in the earth alive. We invest in those who are teachable and we serve those who are pioneers in our movement.


Andy White

September 4, 2015 at 10:51 am

Hi mate,I was a YWAMER,I purhased your book on the Father heart of God ,back in 1991,it didn’t work fir me,my problem not the authors attempt to convy the points!

This year after I left an oppressive working environment,through these months He has been know as Dad God!! At last,He is so good.

I watched a Youtube video of yours and was very blessed.

Bro Andy UK.

Jason Stead

July 26, 2015 at 6:20 am

Floyd have followed your teaching for a number of years and they have shaped the way I think about Jesus, leadership and mission. Just thank you for opening your life to all of us. My family and I now serving here in East Africa. Going to be in Cape Town in September and would love to meet you.


    August 10, 2015 at 3:42 pm

    Hi Jason

    Thanks so much for your encouragement! So sorry but we are away in the States in September

chris spicher

June 24, 2015 at 12:50 pm

Dear Floyd we listened intently to you when you were in our chapel service, So Cal College,Costa Mesa 1972. My buddy Malcolm and I dreamt of joining you in Kabul…

Jack Cowdy

May 20, 2015 at 8:14 pm

Floyd&Sally. Hello.
So sorry, I inadvertently unsubscribed to your newsletters a couple of years ago and couldn’t work out how to get back onto it!
Could you add my email address to your regular updates, please?!
I was fascinated to see Arthur Winikof connect with you! I remember him well and tried to contact him when I was in Canada a few years ago, I still have his address in my address book although from 1971 I figured he’d moved. Seems he went to the Philippines!
Hope you are both well, not at all sure if you are still in SA or back in the U.S. again?
Did you get a note from Richard & Jane Winter? I tried to tell them how to find you. We exchanged many emails in the last half of 2014. I can send you their contact info if you’d like it? Remember he was the Doctor with long hair who joined us in Hotel Olfat in Summer ’71?
Hope you are both well.


    June 5, 2015 at 7:04 pm

    Hi Jack! Thanks for staying in touch! Yeah, great to hear from Arthur after all these years! I have not heard from Richard and Jane Winter but would love to – what is their email? Sally and I are still living in SA : )

Mary Lou

May 17, 2015 at 10:57 pm

I can’t believe I Found you!!! Over 10yrs ago, my pastor taught me how to forgive, using your Father Heart of God tapes!!! I listened to them Over & Over & Over!!! How Life Changing they have been!!! Thank you for that message which has helped me be able to forgive & keep on forgiving. 🙂 <3


    June 5, 2015 at 7:05 pm

    Thanks so much for your encouraging message! Great to hear : )


November 14, 2014 at 5:38 pm

Dear Floyd, We have lost contact it seems. Would love to reconnect. I have been thinking and praying for you and Sally lately. Love and blessings, Nitin


    November 16, 2014 at 8:30 am

    hello dear brother, we have lost contact but we have not lost our friendship! I am so happy to be back in touch with you. please do write to me at floyd@all-nations.co.za. blessings, floyd

Arthur Winikoff

October 9, 2014 at 3:03 am

Hi Floyd and Sally,

It has been only about 43 years since I last saw you in Afghanistan. I became a Christian through your ministry. Thank you! I unexpectedly came across your website.

Salley, you will be in my prayers. Take courage as you trust in Him Who loves you. Floyd, keep up the good work.

God bless you both and your loved ones.

Arthur Winikoff


    October 12, 2014 at 5:11 pm

    Wow, Arthur, how amazing to hear from you after all these years! I am so glad you wrote. Have you read my book that tells our stories in Kabul? Living on the Devil’s Doorstep? Blessings, Floyd

      Arthur Winikoff

      November 24, 2014 at 3:06 am

      Yes Floyd. I also read “Just Off Chicken Street”, which you were writing at the time I was with you in Kabul. Glad to get your response.

      God bless!


    Willy NGAFI

    August 16, 2015 at 1:03 am

    Glory be to GOD. He is faithful. I myself have been strengthen through Your ministry and the love toward those who are rejected by men increase in me since I began to read your book “Les communautés DILARAM” (that I received from a christian radio in our city Douala-Cameroon may be in 2007 or 2008) and this night it came in my mind to see if there were a way to join you and I give thanks to GOD who allow me join you, to post this comment and to know that you are still working in the same way (those who are suffering). Just to remind you: You (Your whole team) are blessed.

Willie Leeuwner

October 2, 2014 at 6:53 am

How can we get involved in Jordan & Sirie?
Would like to GO


    October 4, 2014 at 10:00 pm

    Thanks for your willingness to get involved. The greatest need is for financial support for local believers who are caring for the Syrian refugees. But if you want to go your self, I suggest you work through your local church. If you are willing and able, you could consider attending our training program called CPx, a five month hands-on skills and values program about holistic discipleship. Pls write to info@all-nations.co.za for more information. Floyd


    October 8, 2014 at 6:30 am

    hi willie, one way to get involved is to support those who are already there or teams who are going. if you are interested, please write me at floyd@all-nations.co.za. Thank you, Floyd

peter Rukwaya

September 17, 2014 at 2:01 pm

Am so gland to hear what you are going for all nations keep on and may the Lord bless you, I have got this link through winette from Uganda

jon Cox

August 6, 2014 at 1:05 pm

Love that the first word in this great ‘ministry statement’ is ‘Sally…” and not “I”. Yup, just love it. So does the Lord. So does my darling wife. It really says it all. Bless.


    September 21, 2014 at 3:16 pm

    hey jon, yes, it is a partnership! it took me a few years to figure out how much I need my wife and that God has designed marriage to be a working together deal! I need my wife! Floyd

      Floyd McClung

      October 19, 2015 at 3:52 pm

      Thank you, Jon. Partnership in marriage is the only way to live a radical life together! We’ve been doing it for 48 years now!

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