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 By Sydney Witte    News

Honor your 'mother': Working to keep traditional ways, types of Hopi corn

MAYER, Ariz.-Some Indigenous farmers are trying to bring traditional food back to their communities. Michael Kotutwa Johnson, a farmer from the Hopi Tribe, is focusing on bringing... — Updated 7/14/2023


Ministry Highlight: Lake Itasca Family Music Festival

The ministry impact of the Cass Lake Alliance Church continues to go on strong! Started as a Native church plant in the 1930s, it continues to reach out locally while celebrating... — Updated 7/14/2023

 By Marcus Bankuti    News

Gabriel's Bible project nearly ready to print

In 1957, Harvey Gabriel heard scripture read out loud in Kanien'kéha for the first time. When he got home, he asked his mother why Kanien'kehá:ka didn't have a Bible in their own... — Updated 7/14/2023


New report shows First Nations lack support in emergency funding

OTTAWA, Ont.-In June 2022, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Indigenous and Northern Affairs began a study on emergency preparedness, and security and sovereignty in the... — Updated 7/14/2023


What's up with ILM?

Todd and Krystal, our director team, are looking forward to helping facilitate the Bighorn Vacation Bible School (VBS) in Bighorn, Alb., July 17–21. The theme is "Jesus is the... — Updated 7/14/2023

 By Alex Hager    News

Arizona tribe to get millions in federal payouts for water conservation

WASHINGTON, D.C.-The Gila River Indian Community could get up to $233 million in federal funding for water conservation, one of the first to get the money under a program aimed at... — Updated 5/17/2023

 By Christina Quick    News

Every Nation and Tribe

Brent Maracle's Mohawk name, Sakonese- riiosta, means, "He makes the day good for them." Maracle received the moniker from elders of his Mohawk tribe. Each tribal name among the... — Updated 5/17/2023


A keeper of the faith

Mavis Etienne-Cree (Mohawk) is one of the people featured in the Indian Life Ministries book, Keepers of the Faith. Indian Life Ministries' team member Jody Dickson recently caught... — Updated 5/17/2023

 By Kylie Werner    News

Navajo artist's work featured on skateboard Forever Stamp

GLENDALE-Navajo artist Di'Orr Greenwood got emotional while speaking at the unveiling of the skateboard stamp that she designed in collaboration with the U.S. Postal Service. "This... — Updated 5/17/2023


New facility opened to train Christian Indigenous youth

KANSAS CITY, Mo.-On April 18, the On Eagles' Wings (OEW) Center hosted a dedication and open house. The purpose of the facility is to be used for Native American youth for a "gap ye... — Updated 5/17/2023


Volunteers throw mud to preserve an ancient artifact at Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park

PHOENIX – Most museums ask guests not to touch the artifacts, but once a month, Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park encourages visitors to throw mud at a more than 800-ye... — Updated 5/17/2023


Letters from Our Readers

As a chaplain in our prison system, we provide a continuum of therapeutic care to people currently incarcerated or in transition from incarceration, and their families, as well as... — Updated 5/17/2023


What's Up with ILM?

Our vision at Indian Life ministries is to restore hope, healing and honor within indigenous communities through a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. In addition to our newspaper, books, and exciting partnerships, we work towards... — Updated 5/17/2023


$103M earmarked for Indigenous women's shelters

OTTAWA, Ont.—Federal ministers recently announced that Indigenous women's shelters in Canada will receive $103 million in funding from the federal government, to help women and... — Updated 5/17/2023


Partnership will bring food to northern and isolated communities

OTTAWA, Ont.-In March 2023, the Honourable Dan Vandal, Minister of Northern Affairs, PrairiesCan and CanNor, announced that the Government of Canada has signed Harvesters Support Grant and Community Food Programs Fund agreements... — Updated 5/17/2023


ILM offers powerful new book by Bill Jackson

CHESTERMERE, Alb.-Indian Life Ministries is excited to announce a new book in their line-up: Stories from the North, by Bill Jackson. "Bill told us that any time he entertained people at his home, he always asked for stories and... — Updated 5/17/2023


King Charles III meets with Indigenous leaders

OTTAWA, Ont.-Two days before his coronation, King Charles III met with Canadian Indigenous leaders for a conversation that many people hope will bring a new chapter in the relations... — Updated 5/17/2023

 By Alexis Waiss    News

Justices grapple over Navajo water rights, government's duty to tribe

WASHINGTON-Supreme Court justices pressed government attorneys in March on their argument that the treaties that put the Navajo on reservation lands implied an intent-but not a... — Updated 5/17/2023


First Nations woman wins Pulitzer

CHESTERMERE, Alb.-A Saskatchewan First Nations woman has won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for best audio journalism. Journalist Connie Walker, who is from Okanese First Nation, won the a... — Updated 5/17/2023

 By Alexandra Aley    News

FBI investigates rehab scams targeting Indigenous community

PHOENIX-The FBI is investigating scams by fake rehab groups that target the Indigenous community, offering substance-abuse recovery or mental-health services at pop-up facilities to rake in government money, FBI officials say.... — Updated 5/17/2023


Coalition calls on the government for Indigenous housing strategy

OTTAWA, Ont.-The National Urban Rural and Northern Indigenous Housing Coalition, an organization representing Indigenous housing providers across the country, recently called on the federal government to commit $6 billion in the... — Updated 3/20/2023


Manitoba offers $10-per-day childcare

WINNIPEG, Man.-Starting April 2, Manitoba families will pay a maximum of $10 per day in fees at regulated non-profit childcare centres, Premier Heather Stefanson recently... — Updated 3/17/2023


Indigenous day scholars to receive settlement

OTTAWA, Ont.-The Canadian federal government and 325 First Nations have agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit, seeking reparations for the loss of language and culture brought on by Indian residential schools, for $2.8 billion. T... — Updated 3/17/2023


ILM co-sponsors couples' getaway

RED DEER, Alb.-On January 27–29, 2023, Indian Life Ministries, Native Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and Family Life Canada joined forces to sponsor the third Indigenous... — Updated 3/17/2023


Super Bowl LVII highlights Indigenous culture

KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The Super Bowl LVII held in Glendale, Ariz. in February offered unprecedented opportunities for showcasing Native Americans this year. In the days before the game... — Updated 3/17/2023


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