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How It All Began

Over forty years ago, Pacific NW Outreach, Inc., began. The founder of the mission, Don Cline, was on a moose hunt in British Columbia, Canada. Because of a personal commitment to not hunt on Sundays, Don offered a Gospel service instead. Indians, cowboys, and hunters alike gathered for the service. Afterward, several responded to commit their lives to Christ as their Savior. One of them was a big Indian! He threw his muscular arms around Don's neck and said, "Come and help us. We understand you when you talk. The nearest church is one hundred miles away and we only have horses. Please help us!"

Later that night as Don prayed and walked in a rustic horse corral, he cried out to God, "Why don't you do something? Why don't you help these people?" The  response Don heard from God that starry night in western Canada was, "Why don't you do something?"

Pacific NW Outreach, Inc. was born and began making history. Since it's inception,  the Gospel has been preached and many Native Americans, just like that first big Indian, have heard the Good News of God's love and forgiveness.

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