Sharing the Good News

Working with Our Native American Family

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Gallup, N. Mex. » Angie Holtsoi-Nez, a member of the All Nations Seventh-day Adventist Church, is also the director of the Gallup, New Mexico, First Nation Community Health Source Agency. In this role, Holtsoi-Nez helps coordinate health and social services for poverty-stricken indigenous families who are spread out over hundreds of miles. 

On April 13, she invited Robert Gardner, M.D., and his health assistant and wife, Kimone Gardner, of the Rio Rancho Church, to give a specially-designed health talk to a group of 15 visitors. 

The presentation “The 8 Counsels of Health” for Native Americans was a hit! There was a colorful display of health literature, DVDs, posters, and medical models. The individuals who attended the talk were excited and appreciative. 

Keep this part of God’s family in prayer as we seek to share with them the Good News from the Book of Heaven (the Bible) and the Book of Nature (God’s health laws).

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