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Welcome to Today’s Native!

Today’s Native is a resource from tribal members, Native American people, and friends in the Native community.

An Introduction by Roy Hawthorne, Navajo Code Talker

Our Creator has provided a way for us to know Him and His plan for our lives! As the Creator of all, He truly is our God, and the God of every people group. We have received His message and have chosen His one way for all people to come to Him—through His Son, Jesus Christ. This relationship with God is different from religion; it is true worship. We have found that genuine healing is found in a joyful relationship with Jesus Christ. This is the wonderful message that we, as Indigenous People, want to share with you!

Today’s Native Video

Native Voices

Watch believers from multiple Native communities sharing their stories of hope through Christ.

Navajo Redemption

This is a true story about Harold Noble, now a Navajo pastor, who as a teen wanted to learn about life and how to be a “good person.”

All Nations Video

Watch dramas of Indigenous Peoples in your own language.

Today’s Native Audio

Native Language Audio

Listen to the Bible in our Native language! Sixteen different languages are currently available here.

Audio Stream

This Audio Stream is a 24/7 streaming archive of carefully selected audio teaching to help you grow in the Lord!

Growing Strong Audio Series

The Growing Strong Audio Series contains topically organized audio content from the 24/7 Audio Stream. Each audio session is available to download for free to your favorite listening device!

Today’s Native Articles

Finding Hope In Christ!

God’s Pathway to Freedom

The Christian life is a battleground. Even though we are forgiven by God’s grace, we are still prone to yield to our sinful nature. As Christians, we do not have to continue living in sin, because through the power of the indwelling Holy Spirit, we can live victorious over self-destruction!

Pursued by Hope

I stood before the judge as a desperate 24-year-old, over­whelmed by the consequences of my life choices. I felt com­pletely defeated by addiction, and the word “hope” had no meaning in my life. All of society’s efforts to reform me had failed.

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