In Her Own Words: An Interview with Delphina Johnson with the Native Nations Network

Linnette: Hi everyone, today I am excited to introduce to you Delphina Johnson! Delphina and her husband Tom lead the Native Nations Network and serve with Nations Within. They have three children and live in Northern Arizona. Delphina is a Navajo woman who loves the Lord with all her heart.  She grew up in the Navajo Traditional religion and came to faith in Christ in … Continue reading In Her Own Words: An Interview with Delphina Johnson with the Native Nations Network

“Navigating” Navigator Conferences as Parents

By Linnette Bachman In our first years of marriage and on staff, Dave and I experienced regular conflict during conferences.  We would go, go, go all day all week and rarely connect or pace ourselves.  As we entered parenthood, new challenges arose—Do I go?  Do we bring kids?  And if our whole family is there, who is “on” as the parent?  We’d begin conferences tired, … Continue reading “Navigating” Navigator Conferences as Parents

Life as a Mommy Missionary Overseas

By Joy Maschhoff   What’s it like being a mommy missionary in the Dominican Republic? In many ways, it reminds me of the picture above. Our daughter Noelle is eagerly but apprehensively climbing an inflatable wall on our street during an event last fall.   So much of life in a different cultural setting feels like a climb. When it comes to the language, I … Continue reading Life as a Mommy Missionary Overseas

Staying Nations-Minded When you Can’t Go

When I was a child my family took a mission trip to Central America. We went with a medical team into jungle villages only accessible by dugout canoe. This team cared for people with various ailments and shared the good news of Jesus. My heart was captured “for the nations” and I desired to get a medical degree and go back to share the love … Continue reading Staying Nations-Minded When you Can’t Go