Navajo Ministries


Farmington, NM
Founded: 1953
Current Status: Charter Member
Member Since: January 2, 1980
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,172,731
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $45,900
   Total Revenue $1,218,631
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $1,374,343
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-155,712
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-155,712
Total Assets $2,324,573
Total Liabilities $348,620
Net Assets $1,975,953

Data for year ended September 30, 2015
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Navajo Ministries
Farmington, NM
Tel: (505) 325-0255
Fax: (505) 325-9035
Website: http://www.NavajoMinistries.org
Top Leader: Mr. Eric Fisher
Donor Contact: Mr. Eric Fisher

Ministry Description
Navajo Ministries is an interdenominational mission outreach to the Navajo people in the Four Corners region of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Its primary outreach is the care of dependent Navajo children who reside on the ministry's 16-acre campus. Other programs include a 24-hour contemporary Christian FM radio station, Navajo Nation evangelism and outreach, and an on-site elementary school.

ServantMatch®
Sponsorships are available for a child, family or the program itself. We provide a safe, loving home for children who come from abusive and neglectful backgrounds through three community homes that are staffed by trained houseparents. The program is licensed to care for up to 28 children.
We offer programming that is relevant to lives today. Many have accepted Christ as a result of listening to KNMI Vertical Radio. As a non-profit, listener-supported radio station, you can help us continue to proclaim the name of Christ in the Four Corners and the world (through the internet).
The purpose of this project is to create a place in Northwest New Mexico where the culture, heritage and history of the Navajo can be celebrated and preserved. It will include the history of Christianity in Navajoland. The first phase of this project, the Education and Activity Center, was completed in October 2012.
In cooperation with Farmington Municipal Schools, Navajo Ministries operates a school for children in first through fifth grade. The small school, with one teacher and a teacher's aide, has proven to be of great benefit to the children placed at Four Corners Home for Children. The school is located in the new Education and Activity Center.
Bill and Linda Eubank are licensed professional clinical counselors and operate their own counseling business on-site at Navajo Ministries. In addition to working with the children who live at the Four Corners Home for Children, they also provide services to the Four Corners community. The Eubanks, who offer the option to counsel from a Christian perspective, practice most types of counseling.

Available Files
  • Audit (2015)

  • Other Names Under Which Funds May Be Raised
  • Four Corners Home for Children
  • KNMI Vertical Radio 88.9 FM
  • Navajo Missions

  • Ministry Sectors
  • Children & Youth
  • Education
  • Evangelism
  • Place of Worship & Spirituality

  • Ministry Types
  • Children's Home (primary)
  • Education: Special
  • Missions: Home
  • Prayer
  • Biblical Museums
  • Media: Radio