Dr. Negiel Bigpond

"Always go forward, never look back...at your past victories, or your past defeats."

Dr. Negiel Bigpond is a full blood Euchee/Yuchi Native American whose family was on the Trail of Tears.
His Yuchi name is Au was day, which means Sky Hunter, One Who Seeks Vision.
Dr. Bigpond is a fourth generation minister of the gospel. He and wife, of 41 years, Jan have been blessed with three children, two sons-in-law,
one daughter-in-law, and six wonderful grandchildren.

Having been in ministry for over 30 years as both an evangelist and a pastor, Dr. Bigpond has been fortunate enough to share the gospel with the people of over 200 Native American/First Nation reservations. He is currently serving as Apostle of Morning Star Church of All Nations and gives apostolic oversight to other churches on and off reservations in America.
Dr. Bigpond is a certified drug and alcohol abuse counselor; as well as, an accomplished musician and singer.

Dr. Bigpond played an active role in the development of a joint resolution of apology to Native peoples for ill-conceived policies by the U.S. government regarding Indian Tribes; frequently traveling to Washington D.C. to work with Senator Sam Brownback (Ret.) of Kansas.
In light of his tireless work with the resolution, Charisma Magazine named Dr. Bigpond one of the Ten Most Influential Christian Leaders of 2006. His works include his involvement with Native America Justice Gate East of the Mississippi; which deals with land reconciliation in the eastern states. He has graciously received various keys to cities and proclamations from governors and mayors for his works.

Dr. Bigpond provides an apostolic covering for many ministries as a member of C. Peter Wagner’s International Coalition of Apostles; and is also on the boards of the following ministries:
All Tribes DC
Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network
Oklahoma Apostolic prayer network.
Native American Apostolic CouncilNational Prayer Committee
The Oak Initiative
Inter-tribal Prayer network ---39 tribes
Morning Star Evangelistic Church
Two Rivers Native American Training Center
T.V. Program The Gathering Place
Dr. Bigpond Face Book live--Native Waves Network

Dr. Bigpond has traveled worldwide, evangelizing and representing Christian Native Americans. Inspired by his involvement in Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network, he followed God’s direction and founded the Native American Circle of Prayer. NACOP establishes prayer teams who are skilled in spiritual warfare and intercession for the Native people and issues that concern them. Out of this, God gave him Spirit Wind, which is an annual prayer day originating on the focus of the Five Civilized Tribes. Since its founding, it has branched out to include several other Native American Tribes.

God also blessed Dr. Bigpond with the vision of Two Rivers Native American Training Center, for which he is the president and co-founder. The training center is a Christian training base camp for the purpose of dealing with occult and territorial enemy strongholds on the reservations, and throughout the U.S.

Dr. Bigpond is host of The Gathering Place on Tulsa, OK channel CW 12/19 and God’s Learning Channel, Midland, TX; and is frequently featured on Light of the Southwest on GLC, Midland, TX. He teaches extensively about land issues and reconciliation. Dr. Bigpond has also published several books and is currently authoring a book dealing with forgiveness, not only from the Native American perspective of historical atrocities but, also the spiritual significance of forgiveness as it relates to all people.