Dear Soldiers of the Cross,
I trust you are doing well and excited as we are to see spring time has arrived. With winter past and the virus letting up, I hope that you are more able to see that the fields are white and ready for harvest. We have been working on our Bible school projects and praying and trusting God that he will help all the churches that have committed to work with us this year. I know that a lot of you are concerned about coming out to the reservations due to the corona virus, but we are confident that we will be safe. All the reservations have received their vaccinations and are now slowly opening back up. Please help us pray that God will grant us these opportunities to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with these dear folks. I will keep you posted on any changes that may arise.
We have two Native kids’ summer camps scheduled for this year, one in Pottsville, Texas, and the other one in Heron, Montana. We are excited about having this wonderful opportunity for our kids to experience the joys of summer camp. I have been involved with summer camps for many years and have seen the power of God save many young souls. I have many wonderful memories spending time with my children in camp and watching God do his work in their lives. Praise the Lord! It does work. If you would like to sponsor one of these kids you can send your support to Native American Mission Fund Ministries or NAMFM, 3232 Hendersonville Hwy, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768.
Don’t forget we have a construction project coming up on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The first work day is May 10th. Please pray that all those who have committed to help us with this project will remain faithful to their commitment and also that the reservation will be open to us. We are also putting together a tractor trailer load of food supplies to take out to the Pine Ridge Reservation. Please help us pray that God will meet this need and send in support for this project.
As We Labor for Christ,
Gerry & Sheril Locklear
Missionaries to the Native Americans