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fantastic Arizona Outreach

With your support, we had a fantastic Arizona Outreach. We want to give you a special thank you of appreciation. Through your financial support you helped make this a effective and life changing outreach.


We had discipleship training from 6 pm to 9 pm for Indian Bible College freshman and others. One Navajo couple traveled for 2 hours to be there for the Walking the New Path discipleship training.  Through Lesson 1, we were training how to effectively share their faith, using the Romans Road and many Native examples and illustrations, including Warriors for Christ’s tracts. Can you get to heaven by playing basketball, The Flight of the Eagle, and The 4  Seasons


With Lesson 5, they learned how to have victory through their relationship with Christ.  One woman said that ” this is just the type of lesson we need on the reservation for our home group.  Many in our group are struggling with broken homes, depression, teenage rebellion, and drug and alcohol abuse.  We need the victory that Christ gives us.”

On Wednesday, we provided discipleship training for Mountaintop Assembly of God church in Flagstaff AZ. After teaching on having victory through Jesus , we had a time of application.  Everyone wrote down things they were struggling with on a card – sins, habits, attitudes – and put them in a bowl.  Then, Gordon prayed, taking them up to the cross of Calvary, leaving their problems at the foot of the cross, and returning down the hill in Christ’s victory.  Many came up to us after the service and said that even though they had known these principles in the past, Gordon presented it in such a way that it was clear and understandable – they could apply it to their lives and ask the Lord to change them from the inside out.

Then on Saturday, we had a full day workshop with upperclassmen at the college. We sent out an invitation to over 30 Pastors in the area. One Pastor came all the way from White Mountain Apache Reservation with 3 elders.  We covered Lessons 3 and 4, Who is Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit and what He does for us.


It is hard to relate by letter, the positive reactions we received from the students and the church. Again, it demonstrated the power of God’s Word. Thank you for making all of this possible. Please pray that we will have sufficient funds to return this Spring, and that we will be able to meet some people that will want to join with Warrior for Christ to take God’s Word and discipleship to the Nations!


Walking His Path,


Gordon Shadburne


7026  Highway  20, Port  Townsend,  WA.   98368

Phone  Office: (360) 302-0960Cell: (360) 728-0700





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COME JOIN US THIS FALL-Major Discipleship Outreach




   “Pray for Dillon who is an alcoholic, drug user and severely depressed. He hates living and doesn’t know how to feel or be loved. Please send him someone to show him a way out. Open his heart and eyes to the light and give him hope…


There is hope through Jesus for Dillon!    Help us reach others like him.

Native Americans are still the forgotten mission field  with less than 2%  Christians, yet the Great Commission reminds us to reach first our Jerusalem – America..  It is only through Jesus Christ  that there is any hope for Native Americans dealing with alcoholism, drugs, despair, and the highest suicide rate among youth.  Sustainable faith  in Jesus Christ among Natives can only be created when they are reached through discipleship  by their own people.  Warriors for Christ  is called to help fulfill the Great Commission to the Native church.

We are planning a major outreach this Fall. We will be returning to Indian Bible College  in Flagstaff, Arizona for Evangelism and Discipleship training for the freshman class.  On Saturday we will have a workshop for returning students, and area Native leadership.





Then we will be going on to a training at Pastor Cid Cota’s church in Show Low AZ.  He is also organizing a Pastors workshop on how Warriors for Christ can help  them reach their reservations.












During a panel discussion of Native Pastors, the question was asked “What is the greatest need in the Native church today?”  The answer was given by Pastor Ken Pretty on Top, of Crow Agency, “DISCIPLESHIP.”



  Team up with us.  Together with Warriors for Christ –YOU  can reach the  Native churchWith  your partnership, through your  prayers and financial support, we will be able to provide this discipleship training.

Specific areas your financial gifts will cover include:  Airfare, rental car, lodging, a meal for students at IBC sponsored by Warriors for Christ, and complete sets of Walking the New Path for freshman students and Native Pastors..


Please join with us as we head out with the Good News and His Word.

  1. PLEASE make a gift for this outreach- just mail your gift to Warriors for Christ, 7026 Highway 20,Port Townsend, Washington 98368

  2.  or  at the top of the page click on “You can Help” then, click on the “DONATE” button at the bottom of the page and use our secure site to make your special tax-exempt gift.

Walking His path,

Gordon E. Shadburne

Executive Direct

Any Questions:    

Office: (360) 302-0960

Cell: (360) 728-0700


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Handel’s messiah – Finding; hope, peace, and joy.

This Christmas video was made for you!
Bring Christ back into His Birthday –CHRISTMAS , “The Reason for the Season”

Reading of Handel’s Messiah, with comment and explanation. How to find Peace, Joy, and Hope.
The prophesy of Jesus Christ, His Birth, His role in our lives, the meaning of the Cross-the crucifixion,being Born Again, Good News, Good Tidings , Reinsertion, second coming.

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A New Year’s resolution – Light for the Path

“A New Year’s resolution is a tradition, most common in the Western Hemisphere … in which a person makes a promise to do an act of self-improvement… beginning from New Year’s Day…
The most common reason for participants

New Year’s resolution

their New Years’ Resolutions was setting themselves unrealistic goals (35%), while 33% didn’t keep track of their progress and a further 23% forgot about it. – “.wikipedia.


“The New Year is a time when many people pause to take stock of how they live their lives and set goals for how to do better. Yet more often than not, New Year’s resolutions fall to the wayside as the holidays fade and the hustle and bustle of everyday life descend upon us once more. “(cnn)

Common New Year’s resolutions are commitments to quit smoking, to stop drinking, to manage money more wisely, and to spend more time with family. By far, the most common New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, in conjunction with exercising more and eating more healthily.
They fail because there is no power in a New Year’s resolution.


Know what has Christ already done for you:
Quotes from/-Lesson 5: “Keeping on His Path”, from Walking the New Path- by Warriors for Christ)

When you became a commitments all your sins were “crucified on the cross.” You no longer have to continue in the old sinful habits of the past. You are free from those things that in the past hurt you, because you are a new person.
Philippians 3:13-14
“Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.”

It is through Jesus Christ’s resurrection that you are “born again.” When Jesus Christ was resurrected by Father Creator, you were there in Christ and when He arose in a glorified body, you were given a new nature, an inheritance of righteousness. Know, accept, and claim His resurrection power; His life.
When you become a Christian– by faith, you put yourself on the cross with Jesus Christ. You were crucified with Him and you died with Him. Now you live in your new nature – your new righteousness, victorious life in Christ Jesus.

Accepting His truth —
It is important to know and remember that you have victory through Christ over sin

• Your sinful nature died with Christ, you were buried with Christ.
Romans 6:11
“In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus.”

• You rose as a new person with Christ in His resurrection.
2 Corinthians 5:17
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!”

• God has already done His work for you through the cross.
Psalm 37:5-6 says, “Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn

• Choose to live in God’s truth and accept His grace for your life.
Philippians 3:13-14
“Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ J

• Your job – accept His finished work on the cross and thank Him.
Philippians 4:13 tells us, “I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.”
Your role is to accept His “finished work,” the new life He gave you and then thank Him for His love and sacrifice. By thanking Him, you are accepting the new life He has given you.
Romans 6:6-8
“ For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body ruled by sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin — because anyone who has died has been set free from sin. Now if we died with Christ, we believe that we will also live with him.”


Then what sort of New Year’s resolution should a Christian make?
(1) Ask the Lord for wisdom as to how to fulfill the calling the He gave you.

(2) Rely on God’s strength to help you in your New Life in Christ. Claim His many promises for your life
(3) Get a Discipler who will help you and encourage you in His Word.
(4) Don’t become discouraged with occasional failures.
(5) Give God the glory

John 15:5 declares, “I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.”

Let me end with two thoughts–
“Stop tempting to make self-improvement our new year’s resolution but what we need is SELF-SACRIFICE. Don’t give up a habit- give up your heart.”
Quote from Rend Collective – December 26/ Facebook

“This year has been the best year of my life so far, I’ve done so many things I never thought I would have. I’ve met a bunch of you guys that I’m now proud to call friends. But next year will be even better! Last night in church I felt like I was led to speak to some of you, but for all of you, I have this. God has a plan for you no matter who you are, and if you choose to take it, you’re bound for greatness, so do so without fear!!! I hope to grow closer to some of you next year. And others I just want to support, and spend more time with. Thank you guys, for being awesome! You changed my life!” Trent Shadburne -Facebook