Help us Fill Baskets of Hope
This summer, The Red Road Native American ministry will journey to reservations in South Dakota, Arizona, Montana, Idaho, and Canada. We’ll deliver Baskets of Hope to share the love of Jesus and Hope that existsin Him.
Native Americans face many day-to-day challenges — including but not limited to — high rates of suicide, alcohol/drug abuse, sexual abuse, and poverty*. Despite this, there is a great HOPE ready to manifest Himself to the Native American people.
Several years ago while traveling on their yearly mission trip to Native Americans, Charles and Siouxsan Robinson, founders of The Red Road Native American Ministry, established a tradition of filling laundry baskets with various “Daily Bread” items such as food, clothing, toiletries, etc. as gifts to people on reservations, working through local churches and ministries.
Your gift will help us fill baskets that can provide an opportunity for us to pray with a First Nations families about a Savior who gives HOPE during hopeless moments. Each basket includes various “Daily Bread” items (food, clothing, and toiletries), a Bible, a Jesus Calling devotional, and personal note from The Red Road.
What are We Putting in the Baskets?