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Toward an Indigenous Model of Native American Ministry within the Assemblies of God

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This article chronicles the historical missiological development of the Assemblies of God USA with regard to Native American ministry from its early roots characterized primarily by a missions-driven model toward the emergence of a more indigenous-driven model that first became evident in the late 1940s. Although the missions-driven model is far from being a fait accompli, the vision of far-sighted missionaries and indigenous leadership has brought enormous progress since the early twentieth century. This article examines the early development of indigenous ministry from 1950 to 1987 and then reviews developments from 1988 up to the present time. The final section of the article focuses specifically on ongoing challenges to developing indigenous ministry among Native Americans.


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