Ivan Doxtator and wife Linda, longtime friends, founded First Nations Restoration Ministries (More about the ministry they lead on Facebook.). Their ministry and influence are nationwide, but their “home base” is in St. Charles County, Missouri, immediately west of St. Louis.
More about Ivan Doxtator from their ministry is seen below:
From First Nations Restoration Ministries
“Ivan Doxtator, M.S.W. – Ivan is a member of the ONYTA’A:KA “Oneida” First Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy and specializes in understanding Native psychological issues. His 35 years of ministry experience include pastoral ministry and counseling, youth programming, leadership training and community and organizational development. Ivan is recognized as a Teacher, Pastor, and Apostolic leader within the body of Christ.
He is founder, President, and Director of First Nations Restoration Ministries (FNRM), a non-profit organization whose training, treatment, outreach, and research initiatives are specifically geared to address the challenges of North America’s Indigenous populations. Ivan is ordained with Elim Fellowship and received his M.S.W. from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis.
Ivan and Linda Doxtator have worked extensively with Native American tribes, churches, ministries, and the church at large in the United States, Canada and internationally.
They specialize in consulting, training, and development in the areas of mental health, crisis intervention, ministry and corporate leadership, marriage and family, and prayer and intercession.
They are regular conference and seminar speakers with various groups at the national, regional, and local levels.
They work with church and ministry leaders with organizational and leadership team development, ministry training, in-house prayer counseling, and community outreach.
They work with entrepreneurs and business leaders to facilitate organizational development, enhanced human resource operations, and kingdom advancement in the marketplace.
They work with tribal governments in developing mental health programs, crisis intervention teams, and appropriate follow-up services.
Leadership of FNRM submits to a circle of accountability that includes several national and international ministries and is a founding member of the First Nations Healing Coalition. FNRM’s circle of accountability includes:
- Dennis Bambino … Christian Family Fellowship International, Kingwood, Texas.
- Alistair Petrie … Partnership Ministries, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
- Jean Steffenson … Native American Resource Network, Elizabeth, Colorado.
- Stewart & Celia McApine … Good Shepherd Church, Washington, D.C”
Anytime radio recordings with similar themes
To hear … “Ron Hutchcraft loved, encouraged Native American youth; exciting report at www.oneagleswings.com” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/2012/07/07/ron-hutchcraft-loved-encouraged-native-american-youth-exciting-report-at-www-oneagleswings-com/
To hear … “Evangelist Ron Hutchcraft regarding spiritual stirring among Native youth; see www.oneagleswings.com” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/2016/07/15/evangelist-ron-hutchcraft-re-spiritual-stirring-among-native-youth-see-www-oneagleswings-com/
To Hear … “Rick Whitmer of Ron Hutchcraft Ministries offers encouraging ministry news re Native Americans” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/2015/07/03/rick-whitmer-of-ron-hutchcraft-ministries-offers-encouraging-ministry-news-re-native-americans/