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“We invite you to take a moment and visit some of our CHIEF Ministry partners. Here you will find valuable resources from a wide variety of organizations who are working alongside CHIEF to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.”
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Is advancing the legacy of Western Indian Ministries by equipping Native America to exalt Jesus, encounter His goodness and extend His kingdom.
Alaska Bible College
Has been equipping Native Alaskans for life and ministry for fifty years. Founded in 1966 by pioneer missionary Vince Joy, ABC’s mission is to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ and extend His Church by equipping and motivating believers to transform the world through ministries that evangelize, disciple, and meet human needs. ABC embraces students of all cultural backgrounds, with a particular vision for the indigenous peoples of Alaska and the “lower 48.” ABC’s location provides excellent opportunities for students to complete internships and ministry assignments with Native-led ministries, as well as opportunities for spiritual refreshment and reflection as we fellowship with God in the beautiful Alaskan wilderness.
American Indian Missions, Inc.
An independent Christian mission that was incorporated for the purpose of ministering to all American Indian tribes within the southwest region of the United States. Since 1988, AIMI has carried the gospel message of Jesus to the Native American people located in Arizona and New Mexico.
Anchorage Native New Life Fellowship
Continues to present Natives and other Christians from around the state of Alaska the opportunity to come together during the Fur Rendezvous in February, play their guitars, sing, and share music and testimonies. Every Monday evening worship is recorded and broadcast across Native villages and communities.
Apache Youth Ministries
Focuses on the White Mountain Apache youth in Whiteriver, Arizona. We utilize our youth center, the Kennel, to provide students a safe place to hang out and invaluable life skills training through our Unleashed Program. Their greatest impact is in the area of evangelism and discipleship through our Bible studies and youth group, the Rising.
Christian Discipleship Center
A Bible-based recovery program for Native American Christians who want help and hope in overcoming an addiction to alcohol and substance abuse. They are located in a rural setting outside of Cortez, Colorado, near the Navajo and Ute Reservations.
Covenant Youth of Alaska
Committed to the development of youth ministry in Alaska. We coordinate a team of youth leaders, churches, and volunteers who focus on ministering to students between the ages of twelve and twenty-five. We are working to develop indigenous leaders through the Leaders for Life program.
Flagstaff Indian Bible Church
A Bible-believing church, that submits to the authority of God’s Word. The adult Sunday School lessons are done both in English and Navajo languages. The majority of the congregation are members of the Navajo Tribe, (The Dine-The People) of Arizona.
Hopi Mission School
Created by a group of Hopi Christian families that wanted their children to be taught the Bible. Nestled between Second and Third Mesas on the Hopi Reservation in northeastern Arizona, Hopi Mission School is a small, private Christian elementary school affiliated with Mennonite Church USA and American Baptist Churches USA.
Indian Bible College
Exists to disciple and educate Indigenous Native Christians for lifetimes of biblical ministry and spiritual leadership to their people and the world.
Exists to make disciples among least-reached peoples in cooperation with like-minded churches and organizations. Their desire is to see reproducing disciples impacting communities across Russia, Alaska, and western Canada, an area they call the North Pacific Crescent (NPC).
Living Hope Native Ministries
Their vision is that in every First Nations context the local church would reach its full potential – worshiping in full devotion, attracting the seekers, mobilizing believers, restoring families, changing communities, and affecting the world.
Mission to the World
The mission-sending agency of the Presbyterian Church in America, helping to fulfill the Great Commission by advancing Reformed and covenantal church-planting movements through word and deed in strategic areas worldwide.
Mission to North America
Commitment to building meaningful and strong relationships with our Native American and First Nation brothers and sisters. We are looking to plant churches in the urban, reservation, and rural centers that have strong Native populations. We advocate for a call to reconciliation and common story identity among our churches and presbyteries that lead us to a fresh, deeper love and respect for our “First Neighbors.”
Mokahum Ministry Center
A discipleship training center for adults, designed with the purpose to bring Native American and First Nations people to life and maturity in Christ by equipping disciples and training leaders through culturally relevant biblical education, ministry training, and character formation.
Exists to share the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth. Our primary focus is Native Americans, but we welcome any opportunity to minister, anywhere God would give us opportunity and direction. This work is specifically among the Lumbee of North Carolina.
Native American Fellowship of the Assemblies of God
A catalytic network of Native American Christian leaders and churches that subscribes to the doctrinal position of the 16 Fundamental Truths of The Assemblies of God. This includes pastors, denominational leaders, teachers, community developers, missionaries, and others. Native Americans taking the whole Gospel to the First Nations of North America and the world.
SW Native American District Church of the Nazarene
Exists to support districts, pastors, local churches, and leaders in the task of making Christlike disciples among Native American groups in the U.S. and Canada.
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Native Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, Inc.
Seeks to glorify God by planting reproducing, indigenous churches historically led by Native peoples of Canada. Making disciples and establishing evangelical churches that propagate the Gospel in their own communities in order to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the aboriginal people of Canada.
Native Gospel Ministries
Founded in 1994 as a ministry to reach, encourage and equip Native peoples in Canada with the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Navajo Ministries, Inc.
Serves people, primarily the Navajo, in the Four Corners region of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. Since 1953, we have helped to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of Navajo families and children.
NAIM is a multi-cultural team that exists to glorify God through building the Church by making disciples among North American Indigenous peoples, to reach the world for Christ.
Native American Youth Ministry
A non-denominational, Evangelical Christian mission organization. NAYM is dedicated to ministering to Native American people through means of evangelism, encouragement, and equipping.
Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission School
The purpose is to tell the exciting news of God’s love in Christ Jesus by walking, living, breathing, and practicing that love through guiding our people on both physical and spiritual needs.
Northern Canada Evangelical Mission
NCEM exists to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ among and in partnership with the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada and related people groups.
Northern Youth Programs
The mission is to partner with Aboriginal Christians to evangelize the lost, disciple believers, and develop people for Christian service.
On Eagles’ Wings
On Eagles’ Wings (OEW) is all about bringing the hope of Jesus Christ to Native America. It all starts with the annual “Warrior Leadership Summit” conference, where Native young people representing nearly 100 tribes learn to make a difference for Jesus Christ in their communities.
The vision is to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the American Indian people of the Southwest and equip native leadership within their community for ministry to their own people through the indigenous, local church.
Rehoboth Christian School
The mission is to celebrate diversity while equipping and challenging students to transform their world for Christ. Rehoboth Christian School was founded in 1903 by the Christian Reformed Church as a boarding school for Native American students and a ministry to the Native American peoples of the Four Corners region. A day school now, Rehoboth continues its ministry through education with multiculturalism as a backdrop, serving approximately 70% Native American students, 22% Anglo students, 6% students of Hispanic descent, and 2%other ethnic minorities.
A Christian based registered charitable organization, offering hope and healing from a biblical perspective through teaching, counseling, music, support groups, and resources.
A faith-based mission organization founded in 1983 with the goal of reaching the people groups of Peru with scriptures, Bible materials, and ministry in their mother tongue. We desire that each Quechua dialect and each jungle language group be able to understand God´s Word and be able to worship God in Spirit and in Truth.
Sacred Road Ministries
Primarily serves the Indian peoples from the Yakima reservation in the state of Washington. Their mission is to love God and to love our brothers and sisters in Native America by living out and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ in word and deed; to mobilize fellow believers, to meet the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the people of White Swan and reservations nationwide.
SAGU American Indian College
Our nation’s only Christian college campus serves primarily Native American students. The administration, faculty, and staff of AIC are passionate about equipping a new generation of leaders. SAGU AIC is committed to the academic, professional, and spiritual development of every student.
United Indian Missions
The purpose is to establish indigenous churches among Native Indian, Mexican, and Hispanic peoples of North America built on the Scriptures and functioning within their cultural orientation.
Through personal relationships and the use of media Without Reservation endeavors to see Native people not only come to Christ but grow in their faith, living as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Directory of Native Nations
Often we are asked about the many Native First Nations Tribes and locations. What are the current concerns and issues they each face? We have included a directory of Native Nations organized by state or provinces in North America. As you view each Nation’s website you will be more familiar with the people, social concerns and ways to contact them for further details.