I was privileged to preach at Calvary Baptist Church in Post Falls, Idaho recently. The pastor David Oilfield and the brethren spoke of the need for more scriptural Baptist churches being planted in the Northwest. The need is great among all the communities and cities in that area. Among these cities are several Native American […]
Category: Field Scout
A view from the field in Native American Missions.
Below are articles promoting mission work by Indian and non-Indian Baptist preachers and missionaries working for the conversion and discipleship of Native Americans.
The Native American LINK Inc. is a ministry that began in January of 1998 and continues to provide active ministry opportunities for our Native American women in Baptist ministry. The organization was founded by Willene Pierce, who served as its first executive director/treasurer for over 15 years. LINK is an acronym for Living In Neighborly […]
Missionaries to Native Americans The Baptist Arrow recommends the Scott Silvers family to you for your prayerful consideration of financial support. Preacher Scott and Sister Brandi have an unquenchable love for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Over the years they have demonstrated faithfulness to the call of God upon their lives. The burden they […]
This past Spring we were able to have gospel tent meetings in tribal areas across Oklahoma… These areas included Southeast, Northeast, and Western Oklahoma, including Durant, Tahlequah, Miami, and Anadarko. The need for evangelism is great. During the tent meetings, we work in partnership with local Indian Baptist churches. If there is no church in […]
The Emmanuel Baptist Mission met for one year before it was officially organized. During that year, the Lord led me to take time to prepare the mission for organization. Preparation included teachings on the Church Covenant, Declaration of Faith and writing a constitution and bylaws for this new work. The mission was also introduced to […]