2009 Speaking Schedule

2009

 

January

 

8                                          TBN
Richard will be on TBN�s Praise the Lord program
Check your local listings for the time schedule of �Praise the Lord� for January 8th

 

16-17
Mission Connexion.                  Portland, OR
Sunset Presbyterian Church
14986 NW Cornell Rd, Portland, OR 97229
www.MissionConneXion.com for more information

 

February

 

1                                       Manassas, VA
New Covenant Church
8624 Phoenix Dr
Manassas, VA
contact:
http://ncfweb.org/   (703) 361-0890

3- 5                           Washington D.C.
National Prayer Breakfast

 

8                                       Silver Spring, Maryland
Immanuel Church
16819 New Hampshire Ave.
Silver Spring, MD 20905
Contact: 301-989-hope (4673)   http://www.immanuels.org/

 

15                                      Page, AZ
Faith Bible Chapel
contact: 
http://www.faithbiblechapelpage.com/

 

16 - 20                             Kykotsmovi, AZ
YWAM Discipleship Training School
(Hopi reservation)

 

24 and 26                        Portland, OR 
11:30 am Workshop:  Multnomah Seminary�s Global Missions Conference. 
Multnomah University
8435 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR  97220
contact: 503-251-6426


 

March

 

5 - 6                                    Olympia, WA
Governor�s Prayer Breakfast

 

12-17                                  McAllen, TX
McAllen Way South Pow Wow
contact: Robert Soto
RobTSoto@aol.com

 

22                                        McAllen, TX 
McAllen Grace Brethren Church
contact: Robert Soto
RobTSoto@aol.com

 

27 - 29                              Windbey Island, WA
Wiconi Staff Retreat

 

 

April

 

10                                       Vancouver, WA
Columbia River First Nations Gathering hosting an evening of music, food and fellowship and the debut of Jan Michael Looking Wolf�s (Nammy winner, Grammy nominee) new album.
Living Hope Church�Orchards Campus,
For more info, please call 360-600-1740.

 

15-17                                 Portland, OR
George Fox University
15th, at 10 am, he will be doing Chapel
He will be sharing in some classes on the 16th, and on the 17th, from 9am- 4pm
Symposium called "An American Theology of the Land"
Cost: $35 for individuals, $30 for groups, and $25 for students
Please contact Jean Borgman for more info: Phone 503.504.6150 or
jborgman@georgefox.edu
Here is the link to the registration site:
http://www.georgefox.edu/seminary/contemporary_culture/index.html
Click here to view the Schedule

CHAPEL on Wednesday, April 15th: 414 N. Meridian Street, Newberg, Oregon 97132

Symposium on the 17th:
Portland Center Campus (George Fox Seminary)
12753 S.W. 68th Ave.
Portland, OR  97223

 

25                                       Portland, OR
New Wine, New Wineskins �Created to Create� Arts Conference
contact:
http://new-wineskins.org/events/2009/04/spring-conference-created-to-create/

 

 

June

 

4-6                                     Langley, British Columbia
NAIITS: Trinity Western University
Click here for details-
Symposium_09.pdf

 

8-15                                  Johannesburg, South Africa
Amahoro Africa
http://amahoro-africa.org/

 

 

July

 

1-3                                        Bushnell, IL.
Cornerstone Festival
website:  www.cornerstonefestival.com
Richard will be teaching workshops over those three days

 

10-20                               Rosebud Reservation, SD
Rosebud Immersion Course
Contact: Jay Moon
jmoon@sfseminary.edu  (605) 336-6588
There is a cost involved to take the course.

 

25                                         Ft. Collins, CO
Campus Crusade for Christ staff leadership development.  Not open to the public

 

30-Aug.-2                       Turner, OR
Family Camp and Pow Wow
Mni Wiconi Wacipi
Information:
Webpage
Phone: 360-546-1867      Email:
office@wiconi.com

 

 

August

 

July 30-2                          Turner, OR
Family Camp and Pow Wow
Mni Wiconi Wacipi
Information:
Webpage
Phone: 360-546-1867      Email:
office@wiconi.com

 

9th                                       Portland, OR
Genesis Church
Corner of NE Killingsworth and 27th
Service starts at 11 am
Contact Eric at 
eric@risingtrout.net

 

14-16th                  Chiloquin/Klamath Falls, OR
Friday:  6 pm-Chiloquin Community Center (closed to the public-meeting with local church leadership)
Saturday:  Noon-2 pm-Chiloquin City Park-"Creator's Call to the Nations"--a Gathering of dancers and a local drum group, as well as a modern, Native-style worship band...Free ice cream!
Saturday: 6 pm-Glad Tidings Worship Center, 1007 Pine St, Klamath Falls, OR.  Similar to the event in the park.
Sunday:  10:30 am-Glad Tidings Worship Center, 1007 Pine St, Klamath Falls, OR. Morning church service
Sunday: 6 pm-Chiloquin Christian Center Evening Church service
Contact Don Gentry at
2gentrys@dishmail.net

 

29-30th                         Vancouver, WA
Living Hope Church
Check their website for service times:  www.livinghopechurch.com

                                                                                          

September

 

5th                                 Tacoma, WA 
Tacoma First Nations Gathering
125 East 96th St., Tacoma
Korean Women�s Association
Potluck dinner begins at 5 pm.
Contact Mike Hoskins: tacomafirstnationsgathering@yahoo.com

 

28th-30th                           Newberg, OR
George Fox Seminary/University Chapel
Chapel Service on Monday and Wednesday-10:40-11:30 am in the Bauman Auditorium.
414 North Meridian Street, Newberg, OR 97132  
Tuesday evening: Peace & Justice Symposia--7:30-8:15 pm.  Location TBA.
Contact Sarah Baldwin: sbaldwin@georgefox.edu

 

 

October

 

3-14                                     Palm Springs, CA
3-10th:  Details TBA
11th-14: NCAI (National Congress of the American Indian)
www.ncai.org
13th: NCAI Prayer Breakfast 

National Tribal Leaders Prayer Breakfast
 
66th Annual Convention of the National Congress of American Indians October 11-16, 2009 
Palm Springs, CA  - www.NCAI.org
 
On Monday, October 12, I am again organizing and co-hosting this remarkable and vitally important gathering in partnership with NCAI. With the massive daunting challenges facing Native people today, our tribal leaders need wisdom, inner strength, encouragement and support that can only come from our Creator above! My vision is to find a way to then provide support for our leaders through facilitating ongoing relationships at gatherings throughout the year. During these times, mutually supportive, refreshing and encouraging relationships will be established in assisting them to become better human beings and leaders their people desperately long for. Will you join us by praying for Creator�s favor to rest on us in our humble efforts?
Will you help us by becoming a financial partner to make these gatherings possible? My prayer is that the Spirit of Jesus would be in all that we do.

Pilamaya, "thank you."
Richard Twiss, Sicangu Lakota

The Breakfast will begin at 7:00 AM at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs CA, in the Primrose Ballroom C. The cost is $25.00. To pre-register call Annarae Steele at 202-466-7767 ext 597.


Next Scheduled NCAI Gatherings
03/01-03/10            Executive Council Winter Session - Washington DC
06/20-23/10            Mid Year Conference - Great Plains Region

 

15-19                                    Lexington, KY
Asbury Seminary; Details TBA 

 

29-Nov.3                             Tulsa, OK
30th-Local TBN taping
31st-Bacone College Fall PowWow
Nov. 1-AM:Church Service-Praise Center 11 am: 608 E. Apache, Tulsa, OK: 918-229-3800
Nov 1st: 6 PM: Fusion Church 2266 E. Shawnee St., Muskogee, OK
Nov 2-AM-Guest lecturer at Bacone Christian Ministry Program class
Nov 2nd 6PM-Fusion Church 2266 E. Shawnee St., Muskogee, OK
Nov 3-AM-Bacone Chapel Service
Contact Kyle Taylor: taylork@bacone.edu

 

November

 

Oct. 29-Nov. 3                    Tulsa, OK
See Above.

 

4-9                                          Nashville, TN/Cleveland, TN
4th AM: Chapel Service at Belmont University, Nashville
Contact Benita Walker:
benita.walker@belmont.edu or 615-460-6628
4th PM: (Tentative) Christ Community Church, Franklin
Contact Charles Robinson:
charles@theredroad.org
5th: Evening event with Charles Robinson and The Red Road Ministries (Details TBD)
6th--Cleveland, TN
  AM: Colloquy on Friday at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary and the Centre for Pentecostal Theology
   PM: New Covenant Church of God, Cleveland, TN
   Contact Kim Alexander:
kalexander@cogts.edu
Sunday, 8th AM: Strong Tower Church, Nashville   Details TBA

 

11-16                                      Oaxaca, Mexico

 

19-23                                      Newport News/Virginia Beach, VA

Contact Debra Baisley: 757-874-3303

20th PM: 7:30 Shabbat service at local Messianic Congregation-Zion's Sake
             1233 Shields Road Newport News, Virginia 23608
21st AM: 9 am-2:30 pm-"Sacred Unity 2009" conference
              See Address for Congregation Zion's Sake
21st PM: 4pm Honorary Potlach-(private)
22nd AM: Church Service
               Indian View Baptist Church,
               13349 King William Hwy.
               King William Virginia 23086
               804-769-3378
22nd PM: Church Service
               Samaria Baptist Church
               8130 Lott Cary Road
               Providence Forge, Virginia 23140 - 2301
               804 829-2280

 

December

 

8-10                             Valley Forge, PA
Red Letter Christian symposium (invitation only)

 

30                                                  Portland, OR
Campus Crusade for Christ's Venture2010 Conference (10 minute speaking slot only), Lloyd Center
Doubletree Hotel
http://www.venture2010.com/

 


  



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