Who We Are
AICM exists to: “Evangelize and Equip Native Americans for Christ.” Evangelism: Our purpose is to help Native Americans become aware of God and to bring them into a saving knowledge of His Son, Jesus Christ. We teach that accepting Christ is the only way one can be saved. We strive to reach Native American communities with a culturally relevant message of Jesus Christ. Most of our evangelism is done through the ACC Bus Ministry and our Summer Enrichment Camps.
Equipping: To accomplish this we provide a quality Christian education for Native American youth at our boarding school. It is our intention that students become a disciple of Jesus, grow in faith and serve Him. We also help Native American adults with both spiritual and physicals needs, following the example that Jesus gave.
The leadership and staff at AICM believe that all have sinned and need Christ for their salvation. Christ died on the cross for our sins and rose again on the third day. We receive salvation by believing that Jesus is the Son of God, and salvation only comes through Him (can’t work our way to heaven); we must repent of our sins and be baptized (immersed). We believe that when a person is saved he/she receive the Holy Spirit who helps him/her become a new person (has a desire to serve & obey God). We believe in the Trinity: "God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are one, yet they have different personalities or roles".
(Ref. for Belief statement: Ro. 3:22-24, Acts 2:22-24 & 38, 1 Cor. 15:3-5, 1 John5:7, Matt. 15:4, Eph. 3:3-5, Rev. 22:18-19).
The American Indian Christian Mission is a ministry arm of churches that have their roots in the Restoration Movement (independent churches like: Christian Churches & Churches of Christ).
AICM is an independent organization, guided by a Board of Directors. AICM determines its own policies and practices in light of Biblical expectations
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