Red Mesa News: Featured Articles
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- Red Mesa Foundation to Close Doors
The Red Mesa Foundation goes through a profound change. Plans to sell land and transfer its functions to its beneficiary organizations.
- Red Mesa Leadership Development Network Enters Year Two
Year two of the Leadership Development Network is well under way with almost all of last years students returning.
- Mark Charles on Native America Calling
Charles engages in National Discussion regarding a “ Virtual Native American State”
- Leadership Development Network Students
Mid-year, first class of Red Mesa Leadership Development Network participants talk about their hopes and dreams for ministry.
- Leadership Development Network Launched
Over twenty people are participating in a new self-study program, training as pastors and leaders for Red Mesa Churches.
- Country Benefit Raises $5000 for Pension Fund
About 200 people came out for a country-rib dinner and the country gospel band of Rev. Stanley Jim on an October evening.
- Toyee Chapel Breaks Ground
Toyee Chapel celebrated the beginning of the new building project with area church friends
- Church of Hope Partners with Red Mesa Churches
Ft. Wingate CRC is newest partner with Lutheran Church of Hope of Des Moine Iowa
- Southwest to Northwest Partnership
Red Mesa folks travel to Northwest Territories in partnership with Native Christians in Canada
- Testimony of David Chee
David Chee of Sanostee Mission shares what God has done in his life
- Cottonwood Pass Bible Pass: A Summer Tradition
The Cottonwood Pass Bible Pass Conference is a summer bible camp for Christians in Red Mesa churches with tradition going back 60 or more years.
- Red Mesa Foundation Funds for Church Facility Improvement
Classis Red Mesa has prioritized RMF grant funds for projects to update and improve Red Mesa Church facilities.
- Classis Raises $60,000 to Meet Pension Gap
Classis has raised $60,000 of a $180,000 goal to meet a gap in pensions for two of its pastors through the Red Mesa Foundation.
- Schools Reach Out
Rehoboth and Zuni Christian Schools provide programs targeted toward community concerns.
- Leadership Development Network
TEAMS committee to Launch Native American LDN in Fall 08.
- What We Need To Do
Rev. Stanley Jim and Rhonda Berg give a Native American and an Anglo perspective regarding how churches in Red Mesa need to move forward.
- African Balafon
A 100 year old African Xylophone re-emerges at Gallup Bethany CRC.
- Crownpoint Teens
Crownpoint Church begins a mentoring program for Teen Parents.
- Block Party
Maranatha Fellowship in Farmington New Mexico “hit the streets” this summer with a block party extravaganza.
- Drama in Worship
Northwestern College students brought to Red Mesa a new understanding of how scripture and prayer could be presented as drama.
- Saddle Up
Navajo Churches take Good News to the Trail.
- Maranatha Youth
Maranatha Fellowinghip in Farmington New Mexico show youth how important they are to the church.
- Litsons Start Small Group Ministry
James and Darlene Litson of Red Valley CRC are putting into practice and sharing what they are learning about small group ministry.
- Bethany 50 years
Bethany CRC in Gallup New Mexico celebrates 50 years of organization as a Native American and then multi-cultural church.
- Native American Teens at Worship Symposium
Rehoboth Christian School students, Hannah Chee and Colby Touchine, are the youngest participants in the Calvin College Worship Symposium and bring back what they learn to put into practice with their peers.