Who supports us

Most of those who supports us are either Christian individuals or Christian churches.

They support us because...

"Why did you decide to support the mission among Native Americans?"

"We have always seen the passion you had for this ministry but last time we met you, we saw the brokenness you had for those people and your friends there. We were touched by it. We decided to support you so that you may finish what you have begun."

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"We want to be a part of your mission abroad and we can support it in this way. We like your ministry, we trust you and we trust God who is going to do great things through you. May the gospel be spread from Slovakia to the ends of the earth."

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"I decided to support the ministry among the Native Americans because I heard about their lives and the problems they face and I think that they need this kind of ministry. I had a desire to be a part of it in a certain way and the fact that the amount did not have to be too high made me glad and courageous to join in. I got even more encouraged when I saw your desire and enthusiasm to serve and help change their lives. I believe that you can achieve more than you can even imagine. God is for you and He has no limitation in terms of power or resources. May miracles happen through your lives."

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"Lord puts the desire to support you into my heart. Be blessed, I am with you all the time, I love you, appreciate you and honor you."

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"Jan 3,16 a well-known verse about how God loved the world, that He gave His only Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. The word „whosoever“ means that God´s plan of salvation is for each and everyone. Jesus died for the whole world no matter the rase, ethnicity or gender, including the Native Americans. I believe that God has called you to bring the hope of God to Lakotas so that everyone may have eternal life and know God."

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"I know that if we have God, we have all things in Him and He us to share it with those who have not yet been granted this grace. After all, one of His commandments is to "Feed the hungry" and the Native Americans do not even know how hungry they are for Him, for His deliverance, for a change of life in Him, for finding the meaning of life in Him. The Lord said: "Those who are sick need a doctor. " God put love for the Native Americans into your heart and He gave you obedience in order not to seek your own good. That is the best way for you to start and to be used by God in a mighty way."

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"Native Americans need help in order to live a meaningful and dignified life. I am glad that we have missionaries leaving Slovakia for other contries and reaching out to other nations. I am glad that I can support them and be a part of their mission. It is a privilege to be a part of something greater that brings a positive change. It is a kind of investment into the Kingdom of God. Supporting a mission, whether local or foreign, should be a natural part of every Christian´s life. We are blessed by God so that we can be a blessing to others as well."

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"It is awesome to see what a beautiful and ordinary family can do for a whole Native American reservation on the other side of the ocean. You set a great example to us. God can use a small seed and make a huge tree bear a lot of fruit. That is why I support you now and will in the future, too."

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"In Matthew chapter 28, Jesus sends out the disciples to share the gospel and to baptize in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. There is a lot of work to be done in Slovakia as well. There are a lot of lost people in our country who live in poverty and lack hope for the future. I believe that God still sends out His holy people and fills their hearts with the desire to share the gospel and to minister to the weak. God chooses His servants and gives them the place and kind of the ministry. It is not a coincidence that you were given a place to minister among the Native Americans. You took the initiative, answered the call, step out in faith. All that happened in the reservation lately show the will of God to use you for higher purposes. I believe that you are at a right place to serve and to let God show His glory. I read several books about missionaries to South America, Africa, Australia, Oceania. I have actually never read or heard about missionaries among the Native Americans in the United States. I was moved when I heard you speak about the way of life and the conditions the Native Americans live in, as well as about the negative customs that prevail. That is why my wife and I decided to support the mission with at least a little amount of money and indirectly become a part of your mission."

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"We have known about your mission for a while and there are two things that inspired us to support you. First, it was your perseverance and commitment to God´s call and the fact that you did not give up even at times when things did not go smooth and fast. Second, your zeal, Fire of God and sanctification."

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"We are a married couple and we decided to support you because God has moved our hearts in order to support the Kingdom of God in this particular way. We can worship our God with our finances and we can follow His example of giving. We are very glad that we can be a part of spreading the Kingdom of God and of what God is doing today. We want to bless your ministry by giving what God has given us so that the glory of God may be revealed in your lives and in the lives of those who you have an influence on and who you reach out to in Lower Brule. We do realize that we are here to make disciples and to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. We support you in the call that you have answered and have taken the responsibility for."

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"Having lived in the US for almost two decades, I had the opportunity to visit and witness a few Indian reservations myself. They are marked with poverty, a low standard of living, depression, illiteracy, diseases, hazardous games and laziness – all too similar to the gypsy communities throughout Slovakia. Americans are not too keen on doing missionary work on the Indian reservations – it’s not a popular and desired place to live, but also they are not as accepted as foreigners. It is truly missionary work at its core, only for those who are passionate and have a strong spirit to stay in this type of service and support the change within the community. It is really hard work and I value the excitement and passion of Roman and Barca Lacho for this type of work. Even more so, as they have been there and tried it for 6 months, and they still want to go back! What an admirable act of service! I feel that this type of passion and willingness to serve the undesired is what’s missing in today’s world, and that’s why I want to support them and their work. "

Thank You

To those who are supporting us and standing behind us!