Mokahum is a discipleship training center for adults, designed with the purpose to bring Native American people to life and maturity in Christ by equipping disciples and training leaders through culturally-relevant biblical education, ministry training, and character formation.


“Mokahum” is an Ojibwe word that means “new beginning.”  Our hope is to bring our Native American people to a new beginning.   From that new beginning, our objective is to assist in developing and maturing followers of Jesus Christ.  Our focus is discipleship and leadership training, ministry training, and life skills development.  Our students come from all over the United States and Canada. You can come to Mokahum, learn from veteran ministry leaders, build lifetime friendships, and develop your gifts in the local church. 

 It is exciting as I talk to our graduates and hear of what God is doing in their lives and ministries!  We are committed to partnering with you in the work that God wants to do in your life! 
Bill Haas
Associate Director of CIM



Mokahum Ministry Center is an outreach of Oak Hills Center for Indian Ministries. Some credits completed at Mokahum will be transferable to Oak Hills Christian College. Mokahum is not an accredited institution, but offers a certificate of completion to students who successfully fulfill the required curriculum.
Mokahum Ministry Center is nondenominational, accepting students from a wide variety of churches who are personally committed to faith in Jesus Christ.

Oak Hills Fellowship is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.

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