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Indian Prayer

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Special Proclamation Prayer for Today

Father, God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,

Your Word declares that if we, Your people, who are called by Your name, will humble ourselves and pray and seek Your face and turn from our wicked ways, then will You hear from heaven and You will forgive our sin and will heal our land. (2 Chronicles 7:14)

We bow before Your sacred throne and humbly ask Your forgiveness for the sin of idolatry! Your word demands; “Thou shalt have no other gods before Me”, yet we have, under the banner of pluralism and hedonism, embraced and worshipped the gods of this world. Take us back to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob! (Exodus 20:3)

Through moral and spiritual compromise and complacency, we have allowed our nation to conform to the ways of the world by turning away from our spiritual roots found in Your Word. (Romans 12:2)

Our silence has produced a secular nation and all nations that forget You, shall be forsaken. We ask that You hear our cry, for we need You, in these desperate times, to lead us out of our politically correct fog of constant confusion and take us back to Your moral clarity. (Psalm 9:17)

O Lord our God, King of the Universe, we confess that America cannot survive without Your presence. Your statutes founded this blessed land and we look to You, Father God, to preserve it, for “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.” (Psalm 33:12)

As commanded in scripture, we pray for all who are in authority who govern our nation; may their decisions be led by the perfect compass of your Holy Word which clearly discerns right from wrong. (I Timothy 2:1-3)

O Lord our God, You have promised to raise up righteous leaders into high places and to remove those who have displayed unrighteous authority. We earnestly pray that You will once again exalt the righteous and expose the deeds of the ungodly. (Proverbs 14:33-35)

America must have spiritual renewal for moral survival! In this season of prayer, we unite in humble heartfelt hope and ask that You forgive us and deliver us from the folly of our transgressions. Guide and sustain our nation as we turn from our sin and return to You, the God of our fathers. (Psalm 51:1-17)

The time has come to declare our trust in You to heal our land. (2 Samuel 22:2-4; Psalm 5:11-12; Psalm 57:1-3)

We pledge to exercise our God given rights of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” in voting for future leaders from the county courthouse to the White House who obey and honor Your Word. (Deuteronomy 28:1-14; Psalm 119:44-48; Psalm5:11)

We pledge to vote the Bible in selecting those that will govern our country. (Deuteronomy 16:18-20)

Blessed are you, O Lord our God, for You are good and Your mercy endures forever. We petition heaven with our united prayers as we seek Your blessing, Your peace and Your protection for America. (I Chronicles 16:34; Numbers 6:22-26; Romans 15:13; Psalm 5:11)

May the Lord our God, be with us, as He was with our forefathers; may He not leave us or forsake us; so that He may incline our hearts to Himself, to walk in all His ways... that all peoples of the earth may know that the Lord is God and that there is no other. (1 Kings 8:57-60)

Amen

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OUR MISSION

Indian children of our Native American people can improve the quality of their lives by providing opportunities for them to bring about positive changes in their communities.”

Council Of Indian Nations

Who is National Relief Charities?

Who serves on your Board of Directors?

Are you a non-profit organization? Is my contribution tax deductible?

Who do you help?

What percentage of what you collect goes to Native Americans?

Do you receive any money from the Government?

What happens to the money the government allocates for Native Americans?

Don’t all Native Americans receive a monthly check from the government?

What about the money made from Casino operations?

NOTE:

September 2010

Caring individuals just like you helped contribute over $6,500 for our online Winter Fuel campaign this year! This combined with our other fundraising efforts will help serve hundreds of Elder indians in need.

Because of you, and others like you, this great program can help Elder indians get the winter fuel assistance they need. George Denny is a perfect example.

George wasn’t always blind; he was blinded by eye surgery about 3 years ago. Now 71, he lives alone and has learned to find his way around his home but he misses a sense of independence. He used to be a mechanic on the Air Force base in Roswell, New Mexico and also repaired vehicles on the Rocky Boy Reservation where he lives.

Fortunately, George does have a caretaker who cleans, takes him to the Elder Indian center for hot meals or transports him to his medical appointments. Recently, George acquired a hairline fracture in his shoulder when he fell outside of his home.

He has been known to tire of sitting at home and will sometimes venture down the road, but the community knows him and someone always calls his caretaker to pick him up. George still feels that he can be independent and likes doing things for himself. But now, with his blindness, many such chances are gone.

George told AIRC's Indian staff that he tried to make his propane last as long as it could. He had learned where the switch was on the furnace and only ran it for 30 minutes a night. The rest of the time he spent in heavy sweatshirts and sweatpants under several blankets. His social security income was only $628 a month, so this Winter Fuel program gave him the opportunity to purchase the fuel he so desperately needed.

The support you have given helps a wonderful program assist Elder Indians like George Denny who need it the most. Thank you for all you do! .................................................................................................................................................


Do you employ Native Americans?

Yes, over the years we have had, and currently have, Native American Indians from many different tribes employed in our organization. We are an equal opportunity organization and welcome people of all races.

Do Native American Indians have to stay on the reservations?

No, many leave to seek work off the reservation to help support their families that remain on the reservation; however, the importance of family, the remoteness of many of the reservations and the lack of transportation make it very difficult for many Native Americans to leave the reservation. Many families remaining on the reservations combine their resources in order to stay together.

How can I adopt a Native American indian child?

Most tribes do not allow their children to be adopted outside the tribe. The extended family holds great importance within their culture so children usually remain within their extended family.

National Relief Charities

would like to thank the corporations listed below for their gifts. Their donations help us accomplish our vision to see strong, self-sufficient American Indian communities develop.

3Com Corporation

Aetna Foundation

Allegro Micro Systems, Inc.

American Express

American International Group, Inc.

Amgen Foundation

AXA Foundation

Bank of America

Bestfoods Foundation

BP Amoco Foundation, Inc.

C N A Foundation

Certain Teed Corporation Foundation

Cilco Energy

Cintas

Colgate-Palmolive Co.

Compaq

Computer Associates

Energen Corporation

Fleet Boston Financial Foundation

Gartner

General Mills Foundation

Household International

Hub Distributing, Inc.

ING Foundation

John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.

Kemper Insurance Company

Longaberger

Master Card International

Microsoft

Mobil Foundation, Inc.

National Grid USA Service Company, Inc.

Pepsico Foundation

Pfizer Foundation

Philip Morris Companies, Inc.

Pitney Bowes

Prudential Foundation

SBC

Six Continents Hotels

State Street Research & Management Co.

Sun Microsystems Foundation

The Ace USA Foundation

The Chase Manhattan Foundation

The Chubb Corporation

The J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation

The Prudential Foundation

The St. Paul Companies, Inc. Foundation

The Times Mirror Foundation

The Washington Post

The Zurich U.S. Foundation

TW Foundation

Tommy Hilfiger

Unilever U.S. Foundation, Inc.

Universal Music Group

Verizon

W.W. Granger, Inc.

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Side Bar from Ventures In Success: As a former Eagle Scout and Mitigwa Indian Dancer of the Hopi Tribe, these little ones are under God's care through your donations. Psalm 41:1 "...Blessed is he who considers the poor; the Lord will deliver him in time of trouble..."

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The Angel of the Lord brought to God's people good tidings of Great Joy! May God visit your heart anew this Christmas and may His Angels' Song of Glory grant you Peace.

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December, 2009 UPDATE

What would you do if your heat went out tonight? I know I would be very concerned. Heat is critical when temperatures drop below freezing. For most Americans, it is hard to contemplate going just one night without heat. Without any source of heat, dealing with temperatures at 50° would be very uncomfortable, especially when dealing with other health issues such as diabetes and heart problems. Can you imagine how our most vulnerable citizens — our Elderly — face this fear night after night as the temperatures plunge below freezing? Record temperatures in Havre, Montana have dipped as low as -35°! At this point, getting heat is critical to their survival. They need your help.

What would you do if you had to choose between food and fuel? It’s hard to imagine that there are people living in the United States of America dealing with Third World poverty, isn’t it? But there are many American Indian Elders who do. We have brothers and sisters right here in this country struggling to make it on meager funds. They have trouble affording the astronomical prices for food on reservations, much less the fuel to keep them warm with the bitterly, frigid cold temperatures still blanketing the Northern Plains.

Make a contribution to our Emergency Winter Fuel Fund today

What would you do if the Elder striving to keep warm was your neighbor, friend, or even your grandmother? Help keep an Elder warm by giving generously now. Your support is greatly appreciated and can make a difference. Thank you,

Darwin Long Chairman

Your support is vitally needed as the harsh winter months are approaching and these children will need clothing and extra food supplies. If God is leading you to donate, you can doanate here at Ventures In Success using Pay Pal

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On this Independence Day May God bless your family and all those who love freedom in America

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