Welcome to Regeneration Reservation!

Since the beginning of our labors among the Navajo in 1969, our ministry endeavors have been rooted in partnerships with Native believers living out their faith in their communities. Together we have cast a vision to extend their witness to other tribes by highlighting the stories of their transformed lives in Christ. They are effectively reaching people on many reservations, reserves, and pueblos, and advancing the Gospel around the world! You can hear their stories through our evangelistic website www.todaysnative.org

We rejoice to share God’s Word in the “heart language” of Indigenous people as well as video, audio, and print resources addressing needs prevalent in Native communities. We distribute these resources at various Native American events throughout the year and provide them free of charge to those ministering in their tribal communities and detention centers. We appreciate your prayers for our weekly tribal jail ministries and the discipleship of believers to be effective witnesses to their communities through their local church.

God has blessed us with a wonderful team of servants here at Regeneration Reservation. We are grateful for each of you who partner with us through prayer and support for these labors for God’s glory! 

For the Regeneration ministry team, 

Scott & Kathy Murphy 

Vision…Partnerships…Faithfulness…Fruit for God’s glory!

“For we are labourers together with God…”

I Corinthians 3:9

Today’s Native

We invite you to explore the many resources available on the Today’s Native website.

Wisdom From Our Elders

Native Voices

As Indigenous People from various tribes, we want to be an encouragement to you by sharing what we are learning and overcoming through the power of our Creator.

Navajo Redemption

This is a true story about Pastor Harold Noble. As a teen, he wanted to learn about life and how to be a “good person.”

Women of Faith

Stories of Hope

Read stories of hope from various Native communities. Many of these are available in tri-fold format for distribution in your local community.