New Hope Fellowship, 19424 N. R.H. Johnson Blvd., shared the pulpit with Tyrell Platero, who told of his mission on the Navajo Indian Reservation at Broken Arrow Bible Ranch in Gallup, New Mexico.
Mr. Platero and his wife, Monique, work among the Navajo children as a project of UIM (United Indian Missions International), dedicated to reaching the Native youth in the surrounding areas and reservations through events that teach Christian values. Children visiting the ranch participate in activities like archery, horseback riding, riflery and various forms of crafts.
Broken Arrow Bible Ranch is dependent on the support of friends, churches and organizations.
Contact New Hope Fellowship at 623 556-9570, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.