Operation Compassion Delivers 12 Semis to Native Americans in the West

By , January 7, 2002
Operation Compassion semi delivers across the snow covered desert of New Mexico.

Operation Compassion semi delivers across the snow covered desert of New Mexico.

During Thanksgiving and Christmas, Operation Compassion delivered 12 semis to many of the 22 Indian Nations of the Western United States equipping Native American pastors and leaders in providing Thanksgiving and Christmas for tens of thousands of First Americans.

Under the direction of James Rodgers, Coordinator of Native American Benevolence for Operation Compassion, food, clothing and toy drops were made in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Arizona and New Mexico.

Food, toys, and clothing being sorted by Native American volunteers for the Christmas parties.

Food, toys, and clothing being sorted by Native American volunteers for the Christmas parties.

Recently a major event occurred at the Church of God Ministry Center to the Navajo Nation, directed by Bishop Douglas Cline. Each December Bishop Cline hosts a Christmas banquet for his pastors and members. This year Operation Compassion delivered several semi loads of food used at the banquet as well as providing family food boxes for the pastors to take home with them.

James Rodgers also oversaw the delivery of 2 semi loads of toys that were distributed both to the children of the Navajo Nation attending the banquet and later to children throughout the Navajo Nation, that extends over 4 states, just days before Christmas.

Tim Burdashaw
Communications Coordinator

Navajo Boy.

Navajo Boy.

Children receiving toys provided by Douglas Cline.

Children receiving toys provided by Douglas Cline.

New Operation Compassion First American Distribution Center.

New Operation Compassion First American Distribution Center.

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