Let heaven and nature sing! From Dec. 14 to 17, 2017, six Hope for the First Nations board members and volunteers will join the chorus on our Christmas trip to Pine Point.
From Hope for the First Nations Secretary (and Elbow Lake Hope Camp volunteer) Amanda Edwards: A father of several campers at our Elbow Lake Hope Camp, who works for the White Earth Nation, shared with us this summer at our final prayer gathering, that what we are doing here now
Miigwech (thank you) for your generous donations for the last memorial contest dance in honor of our friend Audrey Swan. You generously gave $625, which exceeded our goal and made it possible for us to give not only monetary gifts for the winning dancers and the drum, but also beautiful blankets
You probably don’t need us to remind you that the season of list-making, gift-buying, budget-stretching, traveling and hosting quickly is approaching. But we can promise you some fun on our annual Christmas trip to the White Earth Reservation. Hope for the First Nations is excited to celebrate Christmas with our
This is our fourth and final chance to honor our dear friend Audrey Swan, and we need your help. The past three years we have helped hold a memorial contest dance at the Pine Point Powwow in her name and have given away prize money to those who have come out
UPDATE 7/9/17: There is no Hope Camp this week in Pine Point. We love you all and are sad to cancel, but we can’t do camp without volunteers. We already are starting to plan for next year, though, so if you and your church or another group think you might
Summer is here, and that means so are our summer day camps. Here are the dates for each of this summer’s Hope Camps on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota and links to more information about each camp: Rice Lake Hope Camp 9:30 a.m. to noon June 5 to 8,
A team of Lincoln Christian University students are heading up to the White Earth Reservation with us March 4 to 11, 2017, for a week of restoration. Catch up on updates from the trip using the hashtag #WeekofR on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Partnering with the people of the White Earth Reservation, Hope for the First Nations is building unity through relationships with individuals in the community and sharing the love of Christ in culturally relevant ways.