The RAIM Initiative
American Indian Coordinator: Andrew Begaye

Andrew Begaye serves the American Indian churches of San Juan Baptist Association, providing assistance for church revitilization, leadership support, and for church planting. He recently assisted Tinian Baptist Church in revitilization. Three new ministry locations are being developed out of that process. In April 2018, the Tooh Worship Center in Shiprock was formerly accepted as a member church in our association. This was a replant of the former First Baptist Church, Shiprock. Andrew currenly meets with a leadership group from the former House of Prayer church of Huerfano. On Monday afternoons, at the SJBA office, they meet at 5:00 pm for training in church planting principles. HOP hopes to start again as the Háánáádli Worship Center,

Andrew also hosts RAIM Initiative conferences across the area every first Saturday of the month. Included in the experience is worship, testimonies, leader training, and fellowship. Currently, as many as fourteen churches are represented as a part of the RAIM support and resourcing process for churches on the Navajo and Jicarilla Apache Nations.

RAIM is an acronym for Revitilize American Indian Ministries. 


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