Since 1949, the PCG American Indian Missions Department has existed to reach the 5.1 million Native Americans living across theUnited States. AIM currently reaches over 100 tribes in 11 states by preaching the Word of God, training workers for the harvest, and constructing churches on several reservations.
The Holy Spirit has commissioned us to take the name of Jesus and make it great to the 5.1 million American Indians. We will evangelize First Americans—the hidden natives of the US— training and sending them to win others to the Lord Jesus Christ.
"For a great door and effectual is opened unto me, and there are many adversaries" (1 Corinthians 16:9). With eyes focused steadfastly upon the open door and the One who told us He is the door, we ignore all adversaries. Leaving them in God's hands, we proceed to obey His command.
With eyes on Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith, we are successfully taking His Name to more than 100 tribes. With requests for a minister to come and a church to be built reaching the Indian Missions office almost daily, we proceed. Continuous prayer ascends for laborers and for finances to carry out the God-given command.
Giving all the glory to the Lord Jesus Christ, we are rejoicing daily for reports of Indian souls accepting Him as their Savior. The School of Christ teaches and trains workers, and He keeps right on building His church, just like He said He would do. It is truly wonderful to be included in His plan!
Bishop Charles Failosi is leading in the construction of two churches. These congregations have been meeting in grass-thatched roof structures for over 30 years. The churches in Malawi are continually growing and need new spaces for worship. If you are interested in giving to the Malawi Building Project please give using account #3205.
PCG churches in the United States are helping to build a church in Kibaha, about 50 miles from Dar es Salaam, in Tanzania. This church will hopefully serve as a central training center for this region in Tanzania. Doug Copp, field representative for Central and Southern Africa and Karen Ming, field representative to East Africa, are helping in the oversight of the project and fund raising respectively. If you are interested in giving to the Tanzania Building Project please give using account #3205.
For more information about the Pentecostal Church of God American Indian Missions Department, please contact:
Phone: 817-554-5900 ext. 362