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Native American Churches Change Lives in the Carolinas

Vibrant institutions come in a variety of forms and serve a range of need. Through a cooperative ministry of the United Methodist Church, Christian Native American congregations scattered across the border region of North and South Carolina have pulled together to encourage and lead members of the little-known and largely neglected Lumbee and Pee Dee Indian tribes toward self-empowerment and better lives. Learn about the power of faith in the Native American churches of the Carolinas in an inspirational article written by Jesse James DeConto and housed on the Faith & Leadership website of Duke Divinity School.

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