We are the Lennox family – Patrick, Regina, Uriah, Tabitha, and Ryan. Regina and I met in Bible college in 1995. By that time Regina had already gone on two short-term mission trips to Japan and Egypt. I found my girl; we were married ten months later. Together we have been in youth ministry for twenty years. I am a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS Orlando, M.Div, 2014). From 2004 – 2014, I served on staff at a church as the director of education, youth, and local missions. Eight of those years, Regina and I have led short-term summer teams of youth and families to serve among the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians in Cherokee, NC.

Our burden and desire to serve Native American people has only grown throughout the years. We have accepted a call from the Mokahum Ministry Center in Cass Lake, MN. Mokahum provides discipleship and leadership training for Native American and First Nations Christians.You can read more about that here.

We are often asked when we are actually going to get to the field. The short answer to that is, “As soon as we raise our support.” We need a dedicated team to support us every step of the way. As I continually told our short-term teams every January as we planned for the summer, “The mission starts now!” It doesn’t begin when we get there. Everything we do now is part of the the work in Native America. Please keep that in mind as you consider supporting us. The quicker our support comes in, the quicker we get to Native America full-time.

Please prayerfully consider joining us as we seek the Lord’s kingdom in Native America. Also, please view the other pages to learn more about Native America what we are doing and what you can do.

For His Kingdom,

The Lennoxes

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