Native Americans in Nevada!

A missions outreach to Native Americans is planned for this Thursday, January 15 at Nevada’s Lake Pyramid Gospel Outreach Church. Because trust has been built over the years, the group is welcomed on the reservation. Bibles, blankets, food and other warm items will be distributed. Please pray for the visit and the ongoing ministry of Native American pastors. “We put …

Today: Native American Day!

Since the 1990s, the states of California and Washington have celebrated “Native American Day” on the 4th Friday of September. That’s today!.  On the 2nd Monday of October, South Dakota will also celebrate, while California and Minnesota celebrate “Indigenous People’s Day.”  Note that on this day most other states are observing Columbus Day (but not California, Oregon, Nevada, and Hawaii to name a …

Navajo Country in Arizona

Picture a friendly small town in Navajo County, Arizona. A full-time pastor and his family live in a small house next to the church. His wife works in the school system. They are active, not only in the church, but in outreach to hundreds of Native American children and their families. The pastor trains Navajo Christians so that they can …

Bear Mountain Pow Wow

Bear Mountain Pow Wow takes place this weekend in Stony Point, New York. There will be plenty to see and do: dance performances, Native American handicrafts, and traditional foods. Learn more about Native American cultures, by watching some short online videos. Get to know the Native Americans in your area!

Sussex Pow Wow Today

The Sussex Pow Wow is being held in Augusta, NJ today and tomorrow. 500 Native American artists, educators, singers, dancers, and performers are gathering. Crafts, jewelry, and food are for sale. Visitors can try buffalo burgers, venison stew, and corn soup. They can interact with Native Americans from many tribes: Lakota, Navajo, Mohawk, Seneca, Cherokee, Aztec, Mayan, Samoan, Hawaiian and more. A …

New Native American Film!

ALONE YET NOT ALONE is based on a true story. The Leininger family fled religious persecution in Germany and moved to America for a new life. They gave thanks and praise for the beauty in central Pennsylvania as they settled. At this same time (1700s), the British and French were fighting over the resources of the new world. The Delaware …

Gateway to the Nations Pow Wow

  New York City’s largest Native American Celebration is being held this weekend: Gateway to the Nations Pow Wow. It will be complete with 1000 singers, dancers, artists, educational presenters, jewelry, crafts, food and more! “The Redhawk Native American Arts Council is a not for profit organization founded and maintained by Native American artists and educators residing in the New …