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To see every church engage with God,

with their community, and with the world.


We partner with churches to provide educational and interactive resources that equip learners with the foundation and tools to effectively engage with God, each other, and their world.


When I was a freshman in high school, I saw the Invisible Children documentary for the first time. That was the beginning of my journey of frustration and anger at the injustices in this world. In the next four years of my high school career, my youth group attempted to respond and care for the oppressed in our world. We faced several barriers. There were many adults who supported us, but there were also the who placated us and overlooked our potential. After high school, Hannah and I went to two different universities, where we became more equipped to make a difference in the world. Though our high school years were filled with high achievement and networking opportunities, Hannah and I both struggled to find ways to make change in our community and in the world. Looking back, we would have deeply benefited from having resources and educational tools that help high school students become active participants in combatting local and global problems. We believe in the power of youth to change the world, and to live in a way that reflects Christ to their communities. But they need help. The Dream Box exists to help students dream big dreams with the creativity and skills that God has given them, that they may change the world for His glory.

—Lindsey MacDonald, M.Ed., BSN, RN


We believe in the power of Jesus Christ, who redeems and transforms lives for the glory of God.

We believe we serve a God of justice, who hates oppression and fights for marginalized peoples of the world.

We believe in the unity of the Body of Christ and the Church’s calling to carry out God’s transformative work in the world.

We believe justice must start with reconciled relationships, first with God, then with self, and finally with the rest of the world.

We believe we are called to love in action and in truth.

We believe in empowering individuals and communities to use their God-given passions, skills, and abilities to better themselves and the world.
We believe in cross-cultural partnership that leads to social empowerment.

We believe each person, regardless of race, gender, or ethnicity, is created in the image of God, and thus demands dignity, respect, and love.

We believe we are called to be good stewards of the world we live in, working to preserve, improve, and appreciate it.





Hannah Nachef is a Los Angeles-based personal injury attorney who works with victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, and catastrophic injury. A large part of her law practice focuses on suing the government on behalf of abused children. Hannah earned her Juris Doctor, Master of Public Policy, and Bachelor of Arts Philosophy, Politics, and Law/Middle East Studies from the University of Southern California (Fight On!). Hannah is our resident dreamer, always casting vision and developing expansion plans while aiding in the execution of those plans. She provides a wealth of legal information and an abundance of networking abilities. A lifelong learner, Hannah is deeply passionate about poverty, justice, and community development, and truly desires to use The Dream Box as a tool for the glory of God.




Lindsey MacDonald earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Biola University and her Masters of Education in Learning Design and Technology at the University of Southern California. She currently works as a Labor & Delivery nurse at Tacoma General Hospital in Tacoma, Washington. As the manager of The Dream Box’s curriculum development team, Lindsey is extremely passionate about the education and empowerment of individuals from all races, classes, and cultural backgrounds. Above all, in the words of Oswald Chambers, Lindsey desires to use her utmost for His highest.




Noah MacDonald earned his B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship from Liberty University. He has already owned and managed multiple businesses and real estate endeavors and brings a much-needed knowledge of business, investment, and financial practices to the team. Noah plans to keep the financial needs of The Dream Box moving at a pace set by God’s will. At The Dream Box, we rely on Noah’s entrepreneurial gifts, incredible work ethic, and persistence as we continually move forward in the path the Lord has set before us. Noah’s dreams stretch wide, as he desires for God to use The Dream Box to change the way the American church interacts with the local and global world.




Daniel “Danny” Welch earned his B.A. in Graphic Design and Digital Media with a concentration in Video and Animation from California Baptist University. Danny is currently the owner of Citizen Media, a design firm committed to the creation of personal, unique, and innovative visual products. Danny is one of the most vital parts of The Dream Box as he makes all of our ethereal ideas and dreams into beautiful realities. As a member of The Dream Box leadership team, Danny deeply desires to use his incredible vision and skill set to bring light, life, and color to God’s Kingdom.

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