RESOURCES FOR BIBLICAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT -- Visit http://www.aibi.org (American Indian Bible Institute or AIBI) to learn more about this Bible training organization whose focus is the development of Godly leaders. AIBI has developed a variety of training aids and materials that are available to assist you in Biblical Church Development. Since AIBI works with many different tribes, it has found that it must focus on Biblical principles rather than contemporary methods in church development. As a result, it has found that the materials work effectively in many different cultures and among many different ethnic groups in both urban and rural settings. Some materials are available in Spanish on the website. AIBI.org is here to serve you and your ministry in Biblical Church Development by making these resources available to you at no cost. You can also contact AIBI via email at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
PRAYER: Interactive Prayer Quarterly for Native Americans Christian Hope Indian Eskimo Fellowship (CHIEF) Inc. has recently posted an interactive prayer quarterly that states 31 prayer requests on Native Issues and Individuals in North, Central and South America. You can connect with it by going to the web at www.CHIEF.org, then selecting "Becoming a CHIEF Prayer Partner."
We are hoping that it will help those who are interested in knowing more how to pray for Native American work and Christian Native leadership. Our hope is that it would begin to ignite a great group of God's people to pray for revival among our many Native tribes in North, Central and South America.
For more detailed information on the ministry of CHIEF contact:
SOURCE: From: CHIEFINC@aol.com
P.O. Box 219
Fort Thomas, AZ 85536
"Ministering to the American Indian in the Heart of the Southwest"
In obedience to the Great Commission, the vision of Regeneration Reservation is to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the American Indian people of the Southwest and then to equip native leadership within their community for ministry to their own people through the indigenous, local church. In order to further facilitate this goal, we are also committed to providing cross-cultural training for missionary candidates.
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