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Friday, November 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Drive-By Missions—You’re Killin’ Us!

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For 500 years our Indian people have been saturated with the gospel, yet less than 3% of us claim to be followers of The Jesus Way. What should have been the good news of Yeshua has been bad news, because what's been shared with us is a replacement-oriented theology that claims that everything we are as Indian people must be replaced with the culture and ways of the missionary. In this seminar, Corey and Coby carefully deconstruct Western missiology and replace it with something that indigenous people can hear and accept with honor and dignity. You’ll see missions and mission trips through the eyes of an indigenous person from the reservation, where he and his people have been on the receiving end of Western missional practices for far too long. Come listen, learn, and be part of the conversation.

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Coby Cagle

Raised in Houston, Texas, Coby Cagle is the assistant pastor of youth and college ministry at Quest Church in Seattle, Washington. Coby is a 13-year youth ministry veteran with degrees from Rhodes College and George Fox Evangelical Seminary. When he isn’t challenging seventh graders to one-on-one, he enjoys hiking, camping, and exploring with his wife and two children.
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Corey Greaves

Corey Greaves is Blackfeet, Klickitat, and Irish and lives on the Yakama Reservation in Washington State. He’s the president and cofounder of Mending Wings, a Native American, nonprofit youth organization. Corey desires to see Native youth and families restored to wholeness by the strength of Yeshua, and he seeks to bring reconciliation between the Body of Christ and Native people by addressing real issues, both historical and contemporary... Read More →


Friday November 18, 2016 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room 262

Attendees (30)