Rod and Celeste Groomer - USA

There are 573 federally recognized Native American nations in America, along with 35 state recognized tribes, totaling an astounding number of 608 tribes represented in the United States.

The Native American Initiative is a Geobound project in partnership with Christ For The Nations Institute, Dallas, TX. The project is orchestrated and directed by Rod and Celeste Groomer.


This project gives empowering opportunities through Biblical and academic education of Christ For The Nations satellite schooling; providing resources for discipleship and leadership training in rural Native American locations.

We are partnering with ministries in the Body of Christ to “Rebuild, Repair, and Restore” (Isaiah 58:12) the spiritual foundations of Native American peoples in the United States.

Native American Prayer Initative

We are also leading The Native American Prayer Initiative in 42 States among the 608 Tribal Governments. Join with us by adopting a Native American nation to pray for. You can contact us at email”

A Compelling Prayer Insight Concerning Native American Nations:

We pray for awakening, revival and reformation in America. We pray for our churches, ministries, communities, families and individuals. We pray for our federal and state governments, political leaders, legislation and appropriations. Yet, most Americans are not aware that the land of the United States of America is shared by 573 federally recognized and 35 state recognized sovereign Indian nations, their governments, jurisdictions and reservations. If we, as people of prayer, are believing for the promise of 2 Chronicles 7:14 to become a reality in America, prayer for the Native American nations must be included in our prayers of awakening, revival and reformation.  

“If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” (2 Chronicles 7:14, NKJV)

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