Register by September 29th and win this years WJEF T-Shirt! If you complete your registration by Midnight on September 29th, 2017, we will send you a free WJEF? T-Shirt. A completed registration includes paying the pre-registration deposit of at least $50. Thanks for starting your registration early. This helps us plan and secure the resources […]
2018 Nations Summer Opportunties Nations Alaska: Kake If you are looking for an adventure in the last frontier state then Nations: Alaska may be just for you! This project will take you into remote Alaska where you will live among the Tlingit people in Kake, AK. You will be a part of a team seeking […]
Renee Begay’s story expresses the heart of Nations and our desire for First Nations people around the world. Renee tells the story of how the Creator pursued her throughout her life and how he cares for her today as she discovers what it means to be Native and a follower of Christ. My name is Renee […]
“Why do you segregate your students?” This was the question that I was asked by a new student who had attended our weekly Cru meeting for the first time that night. He knew that our Epic1 and Destino2 ministries were meeting on campus in different rooms and wondered why we were not all one bigger, “unified” group. Before I could respond, another student who was listening quickly jumped into the conversation by adding, “Yeah, I’ve been wondering that too.”
This article is written by three Caucasians, all members of the majority culture, who have personally wrestled with what it means for Caucasians to minister in ethnic minority contexts.
A conference for Native students across the U.S.