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      Gorrie Bible Fellowship
      Indigenous Ministries

      The Baumans are coming alongside the indigenous church in Canada, which in many places is struggling, but still desires to mature, thrive and reach their own people with the good news of Jesus. Craig and Leilani believe that if indigenous churches are empowered with foundational teaching and a solid disciple-making approach, there is real potential for exponential impact with indigenous churches planting indigenous churches!

      An indigenously-lead church in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan — New Life Church — was open to the Baumans spending the necessary time listening, learning and building trusting relationships so the Baumans could learn how to ‘come alongside’ in a culturally honouring manner. They are now teaching and discipling within the indigenous community in Prince Albert.