Our partnership enables American Indians to reach the world with the Gospel!
“And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations;” Matthew 24:14
The drama of Pastor Harold Noble’s testimony of deliverance from alcohol and tradition has touched many lives in Native communities throughout the United States and Canada. Now the story of Navajo Redemption is being told around the world with translations in English, Albanian, Dutch, Guarani, Hungarian, Korean, Open Caption, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, and Arabic – which has been broadcast to several countries in the Middle East. Native believers are being used of God to further the Gospel around the globe!
“We showed Navajo Redemption this past Wednesday in the interior in a church. This church has been praying for a pastor for several years. There is one brother who feels that he is not capable of leading, but the testimony and story of the video encouraged him to pray about stepping up in this position. Trust this encourages you today!” (Missionaries in Paraguay)
“I just wanted to give you an update on the “Navajo Redemption”. We have used 430 copies so far. We are handing them out quite regularly and have had a good response to them. This summer we are planning some outreaches in other villages and will be going door to door with Bibles and the DVDs. One community is Lutsel’ke in the North West Territories. We have flown children in from there for camp on several occasions and we plan to do a door to door campaign this summer along with a night preaching meeting. Also, in Yellowknife is one of our supporting churches. We are going up there to hold a five day club for their church outreach and will use it in their community also. The pastors that we have contacted are excited about finally there is something for the Native people! One of the older Native men in town here told us this week he has watched his copy many times. We are just hoping that many will come to Christ. Once again, we thank you for allowing us to use this in the Native communities here in Northern Canada.”
The stories of Indigenous People attract interest from people of all nations and cultures from around the world. Telling Kelli is an inspiring story of a young deaf girl who is of the indigenous people known as the Kanaka Maoli. The Kanaka Maoli are Native Hawaiians who are descendants of the aboriginal people who occupied and exercised sovereignty in the area that now constitutes the State of Hawaii. Telling Kelli presents the Gospel simply in a way that even children can understand and is reaching people groups around the world in 33 different languages.
“I believe God wants to use Native believers around the world to bring the Gospel to various cultures. I also believe that because of their culture and unique history – made known around the world through books and movies, more than any other people group – they could visit any countries of the world and be immediately welcomed and trusted. For example in our Former Communist Bloc during the Cold War era the Soviets used the plight of Native American people in their anti-America propaganda. As a result of that, there is a great deal of empathy for and deep interest in Native Americans in our nations. I believe this is part of God’s plan for restoring Native people to their God-given place in the Body of Christ. Let it be an encouragement to the Apache and Navajo believers: Central European believers are waiting for their voices.” (Aniko in Poland).
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“…and ye shall be witnesses unto me…unto the uttermost part of the earth.” Acts 1:8
A Witness Unto All Nations
The stories of Indigenous People attract interest from people of all nations and cultures from around the world. Watch these dramas in your own language.
Find your language below and click on the link to watch the video. The video will open in a new tab (on www.todaysnative.org).