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Native American family honored for 100 years of ministry


Last updated 9/2/2021 at 4:59pm

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Melvin Klaudt accepted a decoration of appreciation to the Klaudt Indian Family for 100 years of ministry by an Indian Family at the Assemblies of God Indian Missions Native American Fellowship Conference.

Lumberton, N.C.-In June, the Native American Fellowship of the Assemblies of God recognized the Klaudt Indian Family for 100 years of ministry. The event happened at the Native American Fellowship Conference, which was held in Lumberton, North Carolina at PowerPoint Church. Melvin Klaudt one of the original members of the Klaudt Indian Family Singers received the certificate of appreciation.

Back in the 1920s, Reverend Reinhold Klaudt married Lillian White Corn Little Soldier of the Arikara-Mandan tribe, a descendant of Chief Sitting Bull. The couple, then living on the Fort Berthold Indian...

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