By demonstrating integrity and complying with the CCCC Standards of Accountability, North America Indigenous Ministries (“NAIM”) has earned the right to display the Seal of Accountability.
A Multicultural Team Making Disciples
NAIM is a multicultural team that exists to glorify God through building the Church by making disciples among North American Indigenous peoples, to reach the world for Christ.
NAIM works with a culturally relevant approach, seeking to model a more respectful approach to First Nations people and their culture. An increasing number of NAIM staff are First Nations Native believers, and NAIM desires to see even greater numbers of Native Christians in significant ministry and leadership positions.
Sending People across the World
Today, the Indigenous Church is increasingly sending its people to other Native communities and across the world. NAIM is focused on partnering with First Nations believers to reach out to communities that need the Gospel. As more Native believers join us, they see God strengthening their outreach.
NAIM holds the dignity and worth of all people and values authentic, grace-oriented relationships. They are committed to building and maintaining open and honest relationships with their constituency, other organizations, and the people to whom they minister. They are also committed to respecting and honouring First Nations leadership in the Church.
First Nations Christians in Ministry
First Nations Partnership (“FNP”) is a division of NAIM’s recruitment department.
FNP provides resources, networking, and encouragement to First Nations Christians who desire to enter ministry locally and abroad.