About Us

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NABM is an interdenominational evangelical Christian organization established primarily to reach Native Americans with the gospel of Jesus Christ, to teach Native Americans the Word of God, and to train Native Americans for Christian lifestyle and service. Our heart is to establish and equip (disciple) Native Americans for growth and development in spiritual maturity and spiritual multiplication.

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Native American Bible Academy

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NABA offers Bible courses without some of the burdens of a traditional college program. Pastors, teachers, lay speakers, and anyone seeking a better understanding of God's written Word can benefit from studying here. Students complete one week-long course at a time and can participate in several courses in a season. Locals are welcome to commute, and those from farther away are welcome to stay in our dorms.

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Calendar

2016 Winter Courses:
January 18-22 - Acts - Pastor John Cernek, Ed.D.
January 25-29 - Principles of Discipleship - Rev. Leonard Rascher, Ph.D.
February 1-5 - Pentateuch - Mr. Jeremiah Ward
February 8-12 - Introducation to the Bible - Pastor Bill Haas, M.Min.
February 15-19 - Evangelism - Rev. Jesse Luper
February 22-26 - Identity in Christ - Rev. Leonard Rascher, Ph.D.

Upcoming Events for 2016:
April 26 - Board Meeting

Location

Both NABM and NABA are located in a small town called Ringold near the southeast corner of Oklahoma. Ringold is located on Highway 3 between Antlers (west 32 miles) and Broken Bow (east 24 miles). Dallas, Texas is about 3 1/2 hours to the southwest, and Oklahoma City is about 4 hours to the northwest.

If you would like to make a donation, mail a check to the mailing address listed below. Please make checks payable to Native American Bible Ministries or NABM.

If you would like to specify a recipient or project for your donation, please indicate so with a name or subject on a separate piece of paper. We cannot not receipt donations with a name on the memo line as tax deductible.

All contributions are made with the understanding that NABM has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds and are they are therefore tax deductible.

We are currently not able to accept credit card donations, though many banks can set up recurring payments where they will write and mail the checks for you. If you are interested in this please contact your bank.