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Jorie and Christie (Sayani) have been a part of our work here in New Mexico with the Navajo People for around 8 years. Each time they visit us, which is at least twice a year, they bring a blessing directly from our Creator with both their music and their presence. Their unique style of music is inspirational, to say the least, and will carry you gracefully into the throne room of God. The message woven into their music will challenge you to a deeper walk with Jesus and, at the same time, give you great insight into the heart of indigenous people worldwide. Whatever venue you may offer them--church; school; social organization or concert--they will minister with the utmost integrity and love for the work to which God has called them. If you have an opportunity to invite them to your area, do it! You won't be disappointed.

-Duane Bristow, Pastor, 1st Nations Gathering; Exec. Dir. Navajo BIC Mission

Sayani is a remarkable combination of exquisite musicianship and creative writing that touches the souls of people of faith. 
Drawing on imagery familiar to Native Americans and people of awareness, Sayani challenges as well as informs in a unique verbal and musical way that is unforgettable.
As a musician and pastor I enjoy listening to Sayani over and over, finding new depths and meaning in their intellect and passion as performers.

-Rev. Jon Walters, Pastor/Executive Director (601) 650-8549  
Mississippi United Methodist Choctaw Mission (Since 1827) 
10971 Road 2606, Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350 Advance #761544

Me and my wife are U.S. Missionaries to Native America and presently serve the Lord among the Mashpee Wampanoag in Massachusetts.

We originally met Jorie and Christie (Sayani) at Bethel Christian Church in Bristol, CT, during a weekend of ministry focused on Native America.

Jorie and Christie have a heart to minister and offered to come and help us with out-reach during the Wampanoag Powwow.  Their love for the people showed as they ministered on Saturday evening and Sunday morning.  Their songs are inspirational and touch the soul…

Chris & Peggy Trombetta, Cross Water Ministries

PO Box 3014

Waquoit, MA. 02536