for Real Life.
YOU CAN Make a Difference for All Eternity
Here are the details...
Warrior Leadership Summit, held each summer in Illinois, is a youth discipleship conference for Native people ages 15-35. During the five-day leadership conference, participants worship, learn, have fun, and connect with each other. More importantly, the young people are equipped and empowered to grow deeper in their relationship with Jesus.
Each year over 700 young people from nearly 100 tribes across the US and Canada attend WLS. Excitement is already building at the Flandreau Indian School with a record number of students asking to register.
TOTAL COST is $250 per person
Includes travel, lodging, meals and camp registration.
We need individuals and groups like you to help.
Would you consider “adopting” a student?
YOUR PARTNERSHIP = CHANGED LIVES
"I never had the chance to go to camp before,
so WLS was a first time experience."
"Because of this camp, because of Jesus,
I know my life is in God's hands."
"I've come to know God and accept him into my life.
It's okay to love God and be Native."
"Seeing the nations represented to praise our Savior is amazing."
WLS attendees have the opportunity to:
With your contribution, current and former Flandreau Indian School students have another opportunity to encounter the hope and love of Christ at this life-changing event and develop a deeper understanding of their culture and faith.
Other Ways You Can Help
Pray. Pray for those who will be attending Warrior Leadership Summit this summer. Pray for restored hope. Pray for a change for eternity.
Spread the word. Share this link with your Facebook friends, Twitter, work colleagues, Bible study group, friends you meet for coffee, neighbors...
Become a Partner. Join with FIS Chaplaincy to provide opportunities for the students and staff of Flandreau Indian School to encounter the hope and love of Christ.
Sponsor a student today!
To mail a contribution, please make checks payable to:
PO Box 28
Flandreau, SD 57028
FIS Chaplaincy serves the students and staff of Flandreau Indian School by providing opportunities to encounter the hope and love of Christ through Biblically-based spiritual guidance, faith-based programing, community-building social activities, and meeting critical needs. FIS Chaplaincy is financially independent from the school operation and is fully funded through donations from corporations, denominational entities, churches, civic groups and individuals. Thanks to that support, FIS Chaplaincy has continued an ongoing partnership with the Flandreau Indian School for almost 50 years.