Sister Norma Walker Ministers to Native People

Sister Norma Walker, at 80 years young, is still faithful to her calling (as an 8-year-old girl) to minister to native people. It has been our honor to serve this dear servant of God for nearly 10 years. Once she introduced us to her church this way:

“These are John and his friends with PastorCare. They've sometimes brought me food, or offerings, but mostly they've just been there for me when I needed a friend.”

At Christmas we visited Norma's Pentecostal Church of God Indian Mission in Lawton, Ok, brought food to contribute to the Christmas dinner, and I preached on “The Loneliest Job” in the garb of a Western shepherd, to dramatize the difficult role of a pastor.

Norma’s mission is near Ft Sill, where Geronimo and other “hostiles” were imprisoned for their fierce resistance to being forced off their ancestral hunting grounds onto barren reservations. We love these Comanches, Cheyennes, Arapaho, Kiowas , and those who minister Jesus’ love to them.

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PastorCare never charges a fee for services. It is a purely faith-based, non-profit 501©3 ministry. PastorCare is supported by donations, gifts and a volunteer network of caregivers and service providers. Retired pastors, missionaries and volunteer lay-persons encourage and assist pastors and their families who contact PastorCare. Our goal is to meet the need and revitalize God’s ministering servants to continue the call to serve.

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The (2014) PCN website was dedicated to the memory of Rev. G. David Korsen, who gave of his expertise, time and passion to create the first PCN website. He served as Communications Director from March of 2009 until his graduation from this life on April 23, 2013. Dave’s caring heart and infectious laugh were the entry to the deep well of God’s grace that flowed through him — the essence of PastorCare.