Tom & Dora Hill

 

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Tom and Dora Hill have served as Missionaries to the Navajo nation since 1988. After serving in Farmington, NM for many years, they relocated to Page, AZ in June of 1996 to begin a new work.

Navajo Fellowship Baptist Church had its beginning in 1997 and held its charter service in January of the following year. The church completed a building program in the summer of 2002. The congregation has grown to approximately 80 people in regularly attendance. The church became indigenous in December 2010 when the Hills stepped down and the church called a new pastor.

Tom and Dora have relocated to South Carolina to serve on the Board of Landmark Baptist Mission. 

Unreached People Group of the Day

Dhangar Bharwad

Population
2,822,000

Primary Language
Gujarati

Primary Religion
Hinduism

% Evangelical
0%

"I will also make you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring my salvation to the ends of the earth." Isaiah 49:6
Mission Fact of the Day
Northeast Asia has the highest number of individuals practicing Animism (68,500,000), followed by East and Southern Africa (47,000,000). (Operation World 2010)