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We're an inter-denominational ministry seeking to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ among and in partnership with the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada.

Missionaries do all kinds of work ... but what's the truly unique task of missions? Find out by reading our Worldview Church Multiplying action plan.

Art Wanuch
NCEM Governing Board


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Free DVD ...
Share the Lord in Indigenous languages! Multi-language JESUS Movie DVD offer. More >>>

Bibles, books, tracts, music and other resources produced by and for Canada's First Peoples.

Check out our Bookstore Catalogue >>>


Help bring the Good News to Canada's First Peoples!


                               Our Professional Associates                                 

Most of NCEM's members are career missionaries, each with a team of prayer and financial supporters, enabling them to serve full-time.

We also have about 20 others who don't receive financial support through NCEM, but have jobs like ... carpenter, teacher, airline agent, nurse, truck driver, store clerk, pilot, bus driver, and more. Their ministry opportunities are unique!

Read the rest of the story in our latest Northern Lights magazine online.

                            and read these recent stories ...                              

  • Preparation for Something New
    "We realized that we needed to move in God's time, not ours"
  • Partnering in Labrador
  • Bible Camp on the Move
  • CloseUP (meet our missionaries)

For all these and more news/stories ...

Check out Northern Lights magazine online >>>

                                On Tribal Trails this month                                   


Howard Jolly says that the incredible change he saw in his dad's life gave him the desire to also accept Christ.

Wilderness camping provides excitement, challenges, and an environment which gives young people time to consider Him. Challen Iron tells of his experiences.

Kyle Mason shares how, though growing up in Winnipeg's notorious North End, he found his sense of belonging in church, not in gangs.

Sylvia Isaac tells how, because of abuse, she grew up angry. But she slowly came to understand and accept God's love.

Watch online now, or check out our television broadcast schedule.

Visit our Tribal Trails website www.TribalTrails.org


Watch our latest movie "20:21"

... scenes from NCEM's ministries
... an offer of a free DVD of the world's most translated movie!

Also, check out our movie "The Carving": watch an award winning snow carver at work.

Watch online now, or request free DVD >>>


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