Every Christian leader knows that there is no shortage of good ideas. But good ideas that actually work--now that is another matter altogether!
Most of the friends of American Indian College know the idea behind the school. We train a new generation of Native American Leaders to serve the Lord and to build the Kingdom of God. If the idea behind AIC is valid, then effective Christian leaders will be the fruit of our labors. I am pleased to tell you that the idea, in fact, does work!
The AIC family rejoices with Rev. Marvin Begay (Navajo) and Canyon Day Assembly of God, as they have dedicated a brand new, beautiful facility to the glory of God. Pastor Marvin and Delia, both American Indian College alumni, lead a vital fellowship that is reaching the White Mountain Apache Nation. We are proud of them!
Over one thousand miles away, in the inner city of Omaha, Nebraska, another AIC alumnus is building the Kingdom of God in an entirely different setting. Rev. James Bollinger (Omaha, Class of 2006), planted Native Assembly of Omaha. This fall, they moved into their own facility and consistently see over one hundred in Sunday attendance. Pastor James works with a team of AIC alumni; as they target the unchurched, addicted, and homeless of their city, this great church is doing frontline ministry with passion.
Thank you! Your faithful and generous financial support and prayers enable the college to continue to make the idea a reality!
David L. DeGarmo (D. Min.) serves Global University as Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Theology. Along with his wife Ruth, he is also a U.S. Missionary. He has extensive experience as an educator, missionary, and pastor.
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