About the Ministry

Native American Indigenous Ministry is a 501(c)3 non-profit, inter-denominational organization, which believes the best way to envangelize Native Americans with the good news of Jesus Christ is to disciple and equip Native Americans to reach native people.

In the Gallup, New Mexico, USA, area, we are currently working towards establishing a youth ranch and adult discipleship training center and children's home at the former Wingate Elementary Boarding School, located on the historical Fort Wingate property. (See pictures below.)

We are also working closely with individuals and churches in South Dakota, USA, who minister to the Lakota Sioux at Pine Ridge, Rosebud and White River reservations.

In addition, we are partnering with ministries in the Northwest Territory of Canada, in an effort to be a part of Kingdom work to First Nations people in Canada and Alaska.

Prayer Needs

Pray for:
1) God to stir the hearts of the Native Americans and First Nations people to come to know Him, not just know about Him, and then for them to be able to share the Good News of Jesus to their own people.

2) the Fort Wingate property to be released to us for use as a youth ranch/discipleship and training center and housing for children.

3) laborers, for the fields are truly white for harvest. The Holy Spirit is moving among the Native Americans and First Nations people. God is working among indigenous people. The need for laborers is great.

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS PARTNER IN MINISTRY TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, HOME CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION

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FORT WINGATE

FORT WINGATE
The old barracks on the property of the former Wingate Elementary school

Childrens Minsitry, Home Bible Study and Church Plant

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Start of House Churches on Reservation

Start of House Churches on Reservation
Iyanbito home church

Mission Team

Mission Team

Construction Projects

Construction Projects
Iyanbito one of many construction projects

On Secret Mission

On Secret Mission
Happy and Buddy, two sheep dogs, have escape from the Rez. On secret mission In search of Falling Rock the most sought after Native warrior in all of history. For more than 200 years the U.S. Cavalry, U.S Government, Indian agents and DOT officials have been in search of Falling Rock the greatest warrior of all times. Falling Rock was last seen as he escaped the Navajo reservation through Window Rock. He stood in window rock with bow raised high in his left hand and quiver full of arrows raised high in his right hand. Falling Rock vowed that he and his descendents would stand with native courage for freedom, justice and truth; to be continued
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