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November 11 , 2001

Reservation revival: God is moving among American Indians
In New Mexico’s high desert, the love of Christ is changing lives and providing a spiritual oasis for American Indians.
By Kirk Noonan

Focus on America by Charles Hackett: Support our Native American family


Also in this issue:

Pentecost is alive and well among the Lumbees
The little-known Lumbee tribe of southeastern North Carolina is a prime example of vibrant old-time Pentecost in action.
By Ken Horn

Renewal in America’s ‘Indian Capital’
Victory Assembly of God is a magnet for spiritually hungry believers in Anadarko, Okla., "the Indian Capital of America."
By Scott Harrup


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