We are a community of ministries with unique identities and skills to work more effectively alongside Indigenous people around the world.

Who we are

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An Indigenous Learning Community

We are dedicated to working together with the Indigenous community in the development and articulation of Indigenous perspectives in theology and practice.

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Building Pathways

We are a catalyst for building pathways for indigenous youth, young adults, their families and communities to engage in culturally appropriate holistic transformational development.

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Healing & Transformation

We are focused on developing the full capacity of Indigenous North Americans to effectively meet the challenges of contemporary life.

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Removing Barriers, Building Bridges

Our aim is to provide education, encouragement and offer practical support to Native American families and communities in creating a preferred future.

Events

The Journey Towards Reconciliation: Looking Back--Moving forward
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You are cordially invited to a reconciliation event between First Nations and settler peoples of Vancouver Island January 25-26, 2019 at Hope Lutheran Church, located at 2174 Departure Bay Road. Hope is located on Departure Bay, a sacred place for Coast Salish Peoples. The event will enable participants to understand ways to follow through on Calls to Action from Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.


What: Opportunity to hear from and connect with a variety of Indigenous leaders as they reflect on shared First Peoples and Settler history in Canada and we consider ways to follow through on Calls to Action from the TRC.

Where: Hope Lutheran Church, on Departure Bay Road in Nanaimo, BC

When: January 25, 2019 Evening Blanket Exercise
January 26, 2019 All day Workshop
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Join NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community and Sioux Falls Seminary for presentations and discussions centered around trauma and abuse in Indigenous people and their communities.

Read More and Register today!

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NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community 16th Annual Symposium

June 6 - 8, 2019
Co-hosted by Tyndale Seminary

“Land and Place: Indigenous Perspectives In an Era of Displacement”

Download the 2019 Call for Papers

News

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NAIITS gets a new Academic Dean!

The board, faculty, and staff, are pleased and excited to announce the appointment of Gene Green as our Academic Dean effective July 1, 2018.

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Wiconi - Sioux Falls Seminary 2017 Immersion

Wiconi, together with Sioux Falls Seminary, will host the 2017 Immersion Experience on Rosebud Lakota Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. This year’s program will be July 8 – 14, 2017.

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Journeying in a Good Way

Last February, Indigenous Pathways in cooperation with a number of local ministries hosted the Journeying in a Good Way conference, and explored questions on Indigenous Culture and Christian Faith.

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Building a Cultural School!

In the Philippines, iEmergence, together with the Ata community and Swito Designs Inc., continues to walk alongside each other to create this space of learning culture! 

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What we do

Indigenous Pathways is growing!

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We have positions available for the right people to join the IP team. Learn more here…

Resources

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Download the latest publication of Indigenous Pathways
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Check out the article written by our Director, Terry LeBlanc, on economics, prosperity, environment and the challenge of changing our philosophies to bring about real sustainability in the face of climate change.

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About Us
Indigenous Pathways is a community of organizations with unique identities and skills that have chosen to live together within one corporate legal entity in order to more effectively work alongside Indigenous people around the world. At present, there are four members of the Indigenous Pathways family. They are NAIITS, My People, iEmergence and Wiconi.
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