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Building Mission Bridges Across 500 Years of Trauma: Gospel Healing for North American Natives (AUDIO)

By Staff, Sep 11, 2018
Native American and First Nations people have been the target of missionaries over the last 500 years; yet past mission strategies have often forced them into Western standards of culture, causing generational issues and struggles, and creating distrust. As a result, missiologists consider them mis-reached.

In this seminar, missionaries humbly share how the Holy Spirit is using them to bring the gospel of healing to this huge mission field right on the doorstep of North America. Listen  and learn how you can respond and act faithfully to help us address the enormous needs of these overlooked people. 

This seminar was recorded live at the 2017 PCA Global Missions Conference in Dallas. 


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