Maisha Mapya International Ministries Inc.
I was born in Romania to German parents of five children, and grew up in a Christian home. My parents were saved, members of a Brethren Church of which my father was an elder. I got saved at a very young age and was baptized when I was 14 years old. At the age of 7, I met a couple who were missionaries to the native tribes of South America, and through their testimony, felt a calling from the Lord to become a missionary. Many years passed and some incredible tragedies in my life caused me to seek the Lord on a much deeper level. He met me and changed my life, and also renewed my vision to be a missionary specifically to the Native Americans. At the age of 41, I moved to the Navajo reservation in Lybrook, NM, where my husband and I served for 7 years. Now we are back to expand the Kingdom of God in Gallup, NM.
I was born in Arkansas in a dysfunctional family as a son of the second husband of my mother. I had a very abusive stepfather that gave me much hardship. I was saved at age 17, when I encountered an evangelist at carnival, but I did not know how to walk in a close relationship with God. Through the hardship of losing my marriage along with my 3 children in divorce, the Lord met me through much prayer and fasting. Through my relationship with the Lord, my faith grew strong because He delivered, healed and restored me! Today I can say with conviction that I am a son of the living God. I was called to the Navajo through the direction of the Lord who is a true matchmaker and brought my current wife and I together with the same vision and destiny. We have been married for 18 years now and many more to come by the grace of God. We want to serve together in the Kingdom of God to advance His glory in the land of the Dine.
We are proud to mention that we are in
the process of establishing a Trade School.
For more information visit our website at www.newlifetechs.tech or click the link below.
Celebrating 5 years!
New GED program at RMCHS
Behavioral Health Services
GED & Life Skills Programs
McKinley Adult Detention Center
Online Classes for the following:
Who We Are
We are a subsidiary of Native American New Life Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization.
This program was established in 2011 after realizing the educational needs in the community that were not being met by existing local entities.
The school dropout rate has become like an epidemic. Statistics show that over 55% of high school students drop out throughout the entire Navajo Reservation. Also college dropout has reached over 72% in this community.
This dropout has regenerated into other social issues which includes but not limited to:
Thus resulting into family dysfunction which is tearing the social fabric of various
communities on the Navajo reservation.
2017 Spring Classes
2017 Spring GED Orientation
Number of GED/ HSE Graduates:
New Life Technical School
Welcome The New Staff!