Every year, the Pine Point Community Council throws a party that brings together the whole community. Hope for the First Nations is honored to be included. Follow along Dec. 19 to 22 with this year’s Christmas trip to the White Earth Reservation.
It’s already snowing for some of our volunteers across parts of the Midwest. Which means it’s time for us to start planning this year’s Christmas trip to the White Earth Reservation — and we’d love for you to join us! Every year, the Pine Point Community Council sets aside money
O come, o come, Emanuel! From Dec. 20 to 23, 2018, seven Hope for the First Nations board members and volunteers will celebrate Jesus’s birth on our Christmas trip to Pine Point.
We know we constantly are bragging on the great things happening in each of the communities we partner with on the White Earth Reservation. But the Pine Point community Christmas party is one of the best. Every year, the community council sets aside money to make sure each child in
Throughout the week of Pine Point Hope Camp, I learned a few things and was able to witness the love of Christ in and through our interactions with the kids attending and adults helping at our first camp in Pine Point in two years. That camp ran June 25 to 29,
Follow updates from our teams this summer using the hashtag #HopeCamp18 on your favorite social media platforms.
Get ready for Hope Camp 2018: God’s Promises! We’ll sing songs, play games, make crafts and learn about Creator. Get dates and details on our Facebook page for our camps this June in Rice Lake, Elbow Lake and Pine Point.
A team of Lincoln Christian University students are heading up to the White Earth Reservation with us March 3 to 10, 2018. 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.