Tim and Lana live in Langley, B.C. Tim is the Operations Director of NAIM overseeing Field Directors and ministries. NAIM is a community of missionaries serving in a variety of capacities in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan in Western Canada, and in Washington State, Montana and New Mexico in the USA. An increasing number of missionaries are First Nations believers. Lana works for Trinity Western University as the Project Manager for the School of Human Kinetics and travels with Tim when she can. They have threechildren, Brooke (21), Jordan (19) and Madison (17).
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Upcoming events in Native Ministry…for any questions contact Tim Higginbotham
“Engaging your First Nations Neighbours” Missions Fest Seminar– This weekend! Temera Williams (First Nation believer from Mount Currie and NAIM’s Recruiting Director), will have an 11 am seminar Saturday morning at Missions Fest. NAIM will also have a booth that you can visit for more information on ministry opportunities.
First Nations Worldview Training Session –February 9, 2013 Peace Mennonite Church Richmond, BC 9 am – 3 pm. Brander McDonald, Cree educator, musician and all around good guy will be the facilitator. Bring your own lunch as coffee and tea will be provided. Come learn about First Nations values, beliefs, worldview from an insider’s point of view as we engage our Aboriginal neighbours and bridge build in relationships… this will also provide a springboard to Truth and Reconciliation of Canada training in March at Emmanuel Mennonite Church further this spring… anyone is welcome and its free admission… bring your own bannock or farmer sausage
Summer Missions – NAIM’s Summer Ministry Initiative (SMI) shares NAIM’s vision of bringing Native people into the missionary work force to reach Native communities and beyond for Christ. We believe part of this vision can take place through SMI. We are seeking Native and non-Native believers who love the First Nations peoples and want to share with them why Jesus Christ meets our greatest needs. If you love Jesus Christ, have a willing heart, and carry a servant-spirit, we invite you to join us.
Family Camp – Wiconi Living Waters Family Camp & Traditional Powwow July 25-28 Turner, Oregon. This is a great opportunity to participate in a Native-led family camp…tons of laughs, family fun, etc.