The Desert Wind

Terry singing with the Overcomers

Our second stop on our Summer Tour was the Navajo BIC Mission located about 30 miles south of Bloomfield New Mexico in Navajo territory. Duane and Diane Bristow are the directors of the Mission and have a number of full time staff. You can check out their Website HERE.

They have the NIZHÓNÍ Christian Academy with about 10 students kindergarten through high school. We shared our music and storytelling with the students during the week.

The also provide an Overcomers Program for adults. An intensive 3 month live-in discipleship, drug and alcohol rehab program. Terry spent several hours during the week teaching and talking with the five men who are graduating soon.

Terry and Darlene singing Holy Fire

It was a good week of fellowship and ministry. We deepened our relationship with the Bristows and will probably be visiting them on a bi-annual basis in the future.

Take time to visit their website and send an encouraging note to them as they share the love of Jesus with the Navajo people in a way that is culturally sensitive and relevant.

The Navajo BIC is a ministry that connects well with the local Navajo community. They offer much needed services such as a shop for local artists to sell their art, a deep well that provides fresh water, laundry and showers. On Sunday they offer a First Nations Gathering and provide a Native style Church service well attended by the community.

We feel it is a privilege and honor to be able to come alongside ministries like this to bring encouragement and fellowship.


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  1. Hey Terry!
    Thanks for the post about the ministries here at BIC Mission! Diane and I really enjoyed having you and Darlene with us and are so thankful for your ministry. The People loved you and are anxious for your return. Hope to see you in November. Blessings on your journey . . .

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