Indian Life Ministries is a non-profit organization. We rely on donations from people like you who wish to see the people of Native North America reached with the Gospel of Christ that they may know Him and receive hope, healing and honor, through faith in Him.



GENERAL FUND: This fund is for the everyday operation of our ministry, eg. utilities, office expenses, postage, administration costs, etc. Please read our NEWSLETTER for the latest update.

STAFF SUPPORT: Our staff currently consists of Sam Holukoff, CPA, CA (Accountant) and Jo-Anne Anderson (General Director), both of whom rely on donations for their support.

PRISON CORRESPONDENCE MINISTRY:We currently have four volunteers who respond to the many letters we receive each week. Each prisoner receives a personalized letter in response to his/her letter and a copy of our newspaper. Donations may be made to this ministry to assist with postage and enable the correspondents to send a book, Bible, or other ministry resource to meet the prisoner's personal need. To read a recent letter from a chaplain or prisoner please click on the word "chaplain" or "prisoner Letter."

TYCHICUS PROJECT: It is the desire of Indian Life Ministries to send a bulk supply of the Indian Life Newspaper to every prison in Canada and the United States. We receive requests from chaplains for more copies of our newspaper to distribute to those under their care. Please click on "chaplain" above to see requests that are waiting for sponsors. For more information on the Tychicus Project please CLICK HERE.


Thank you for considering the ongoing financial needs of Indian Life Ministries. If you would like to make a donation now please click on the CanaDon option below.

Indian Life Ministries is a member of STEER Inc., an organization that works with Ranchers and Farmers to help raise funds for ministries. If you are a Rancher or Farmer who would be interested in "Creative Giving to World Missions" (specifically Indian Life Ministries) please click here to find out more.

Spending of funds is confined to programs and projects approved by the organization. Each restricted contribution designated toward such an approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the organization, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where needed most. Gifts are acknowledged and receipted with an official receipt for income tax.