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A transition from Lament and Critique to a voice of Vision and Leadership

Ya’at’eeh. I recently changed the financial goal of our Crowd Funding Campaign from $170K to $500K. That is quite a big jump, and I thought it would be good to share with you why I raised it. For the past decade, we have been living on the Navajo reservation, and I have been writing and … Continue reading

5 Bucks and 2 Shares. That’s all.

Just like you climb a long flight of stairs by taking one step at a time, I sincerely believe that the ideal way to fund an educational project on a topic as unknown and controversial as the Doctrine of Discovery is by simply asking people for 5 Bucks and 2 Shares. Recently, in an article published … Continue reading

Why Crowdfunding? : Because it’s not that easy to submit an invoice for a live sheep.

One of the projects that 5 Small Loaves is involved with is the planning of a Native American Student Conference called “Would Jesus Eat Frybread?” (WJEF?) This is a conference that is primarily for the Native Student ministries of CRU (formally Campus Crusade) and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. We have hosted this conference twice so far. … Continue reading

5 Small Bucks and 2 Little Shares

5 Small Loaves is doing an online Crowd Funding campaign called “5 Small Bucks and 2 Little Shares” and your partnership can make a big difference. Our Native American led organization is actively pursuing reconciliation between the United States of America and the indigenous peoples of this land through honest education, intentional conversation and meaningful action. We know … Continue reading

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