AIMI is a faith ministry dedicated to reaching Native Americans with the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to become His disciples. We then teach and train the disciples so they in turn can reach others, thus fulfilling the Great Commission: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." (Matthew 28:19)
We welcome you to partner with us in fulfilling the Great Comission in the Native Southwest!!
Here are some ministries AIMI is using to reach, teach, train, and send Native American disciples for the Lord;
Church Planting & Development
Wilderness Programs and Horse Ministry
Dusty Pines Retreat Center
Sports, Music, and other Retreats
AIMI Director's News:
2018 Warrior Leadership Summit!!!
Just got back from the 2018 Warrior Leadership Summit in Carlinville, IL. What a blessing! We saw some of our Navajo and Zuni teens/young adults worship with believers from 80 other Native American tribes. At least one of our group accepted Christ as Savior, two were baptized, and all made some kind of a firm recommitment in their Christian walk! One of our young adults from Zuni also joined a three week evangelism team sharing the Gospel on twelve northern Indian reservations.
Thanks to RHM for ministering to all of us with another great Summit that glorified the Lord!
Summer 0f 2018 Monsoons finally bring out the flowers here in the SW!
Zuni Pueblo, 2018 Summer Basketball Camp
This year's Christian Basketball Camp at Zuni Pueblo was our best one yet. Over 70 youth took part with the help of coaches from Oklahoma and Missouri, as well as a youth group from Colorado.
The youth came to learn basic basketball skills and play in fun games and scrimmages. They also were blessed to hear daily testimonies from the coaches and helpers, and also have daily presentation of the Gospel message. Several youth responded to some of those invitations to accept salvation through Jesus Christ.
For the second year in a row, Shanell Leekya was the overall camp director. Shanell is a member of the Zuni tribe and is a senior in college. She is also a youth director in a Baptist church in Durango, Colorado during the school year. During summers she directs the summer ministries at Dusty Pines Retreat Center and Zuni Christian Youth Group. Her ministry doing summer camps like Basketball camp is growing and bearing fruit.
Each youth attending our summer sports camps get a free Bible to take home, a Camp T-Shirt, and a basketball to take home and practice year-round. We also will be saving their registration forms for follow-up and inviting them to a new Kids Bible Club we hope to start at the Zuni Christian Mission early in 2019.
Thank you to everyone who prayed for and supported our summer camps. We are a team. We look forward to partnering with you again in the summer of 2019, Lord willing!
Native Bible Quizzing, 2015
American Indian Missions had a great Youth Bible Quiz Tournament to start off the season on Sat., Nov. 8th at the Wingate, Navajo Baptist Church in NM. There was a Navajo team from Fort Wingate, AZ, an Apache team from San Carlos, AZ and a Zuni team from Zuni, NM. The teens quizzed over Acts chapters 1 thru 3. We look forward to our upcoming tournaments this season which will cover the rest of the book of Acts and will take place in Dec, Jan., Feb., and March.
Some of the Apache girls on the Bible Quiz team from Living Hope church in San Carlos, AZ. The girls took first place in the AIMI Youth Bible Quiz League competing with youth from Wingate Navajo Baptist Church and Zuni Christian Reformed Church. Living Hope is a church plant of AIMI and the quiz team was coached by Lisa Early. All three teams studied and quizzed over Acts chapters 1 through 15. Great job young people!!!
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