Sound Doctrine//Culturally Relevant
Contextualizing the Message

Contextualization is being able to address indigenous people groups in a way that they don’t have to “abandon who they are” to become Christian. I understand that there are some cultural elements in all people groups that must be addressed, but for too long Native people have felt that they had to stop being who they are to become acceptable to the dominant culture’s way of worship and ministry.


2016 FoNAC Ministry
  • Indian Southern Baptist,Wichita, KS >> State Evangelism Conference, Casper, WY >> Southern Cheyenne & Arapaho Natives going On Mission to the Wind River Reservation, WY >> Native Stone, church plant,Tulsa, OK  >> OK Indian Evangelism Conference at FBC, Bixby, OK >> GCI (Great Commission Initiative), Tim Ahlen, Director, co-hosted World-view Summit in Big Sky, MT >> Clint Green, NAIM (Native American Indigenous Ministry), Texarkana, TX >> Wisconsin, Dennis Hansen & Bill Haas Native Ministry in WI, MN & MI >> Louisiana Native People, Pointe Au Chien, LA >> Calvary Baptist Church,  Stilwell, OK. >> FoNAC mtg.Bixby, OK >> Twin Cities, Joshua Whetstine, SCM, men & women from OK, VA, WI, MO, and MI.

Our Mission
  • Encourage and champion church planting Native American churches in the Send Cities and to assist existing Native Churches
  • Update the national church planting map/Executive Summaries quarterly
  • Identify potential, high capacity multiplying church plants/churches in the Send Cities
  • Work with national networks and SBC partners to assist in planting new churches in the Send Cities
  • Work with national networks and SBC partners to mobilize 5 new Sending and  supporting churches
  • Identify and connect 5 new church planter missionaries