The Nations Movement seeks to honor Native American students and faculty by restoring their lives and culture with Jesus Christ. Nations is a campus movement of Native American students and faculty who embrace and honor First Nations people while recognizing that there is one true Creator who desires to restore what has been lost by placing his Son Jesus Christ at the center of American Indian life and culture.

"From one man he made every nation of men, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he determined the times set for them and the exact places where they should live. God did this so that men would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from each one of us." Acts 17:26, 27


WJEFcon 2013 Conference!

WJEFcon: Would Jesus Eat Frybread?
Yakama Nation! Toppenish, WA

WJEF is a gathering of Native students, and those who love them, that desire to deepen their relationships with one another and their Creator.  These times have become a highlight of the year for so many as they seek Jesus together, cultivate life-giving relationships and engage as leaders to create and nurture Communities of Hope on campuses where Native students and faculty exist...read more details...

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Middle Ground

wwc_mj10_cover_2 by Jess Fong
A Native American student stands between two worlds.

Montana has little middle ground. The terrain is either flat as an ironed shirt or reaching up for miles, blue mountains chewing into white clouds. Thermometers rise or fall 40 degrees in one day. College town or farm, city or reservation.

Yet in between these worlds lives Nicholas Ross-Dick.

Used with permission from Worldwide Challenge magazine. Copyright 2010 Campus Crusade for Christ. All rights reserved.