Ramona Harjo (February 5, 1938–February 5, 2005) and Josh Harjo
Missionaries and Church Planters
Last updated 8/6/2020 at 1:42pm
It is always refreshing to see or hear of a husband and wife team, especially Native American, in faith-based, Christian ministry. Such is the case of Josh (full blood Creek) and Ramona Harjo (full blood Choctaw). Because the non-Indian majority in the United States tend to regard all Native Americans as Reservation-based, they also regard them as practicing their own spirituality and traditions that are contrary to Christianity.
Native Americans, however, are everywhere, Ramona and Josh Harjo discover as their travels take them to remote reservations, communities throughout Indian country...
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