This article is from the issue: Volume 5, Issue 1: Children and International Development

3. Intercultural Ministry and Children Development in the Wyandot Land

May 19, 2016

The theme of this research is to display the intercultural connection within this diverse group of people that are Black, White, Red, male & female. This diverse group of people increased intercultural development in the Wyandot land in Upper Sandusky, Ohio and greatly contributed to the development of children’s education/vocational training. This information is important to bring to attention because it reveals intercultural development/ministry in America during the late 1700s-early 1800s. This dynamic is important to bring to attention because it reveals two beginnings in American history. The first beginning is a successful ministry movement towards/with the Wyandot Indian tribe. The second beginning is the establishment of a school for children in Ohio.

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Namarr Newson

Namarr Newson is a graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY whose major field of study was Intercultural Studies, and he is currently involved in community outreach with Native American Indians. He is currently a doctoral student at William Carey International University in International Development, under the guidance and insight of WCIU’s ongoing partnership with the North American Institute of Indigenous Theological Studies.