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Tuba City Church of Christ welcomes new missionaries Eric and Tracy Kee

Eric and Tracy Kee will be joining us in February. We pray for a safe journey and successful transition as they take on
their new roles. For more information on Eric Kee, please see the "About Us" page or read this article from Christian Chronicle:

"Break-dancing Navajo ministers to people of Italy" (2005)

Growing up among the canyons of northern Arizona, Randall Eric Kee thought all children knew how to climb rocks, handle rattlesnakes, ride horses bareback and drive a truck with standard transmission by age 10.

His world was the Navajo Indian reservation that surrounds the town of Tuba City. Twenty years later, Kee has traded sandstone for marble, the natural wonder of Arizona for the gilded splendor of Florence, Italy.

A graduate of Harding University, Searcy, Ark., Kee, now 30, moved to Europe in 2002 to teach English using the Bible and minister to the local church.

- See more at: http://www.christianchronicle.org/article/break-dancing-navajo-ministers-to-people-of-italy#sthash.mCK1GHn7.dpuf

Growing up among the canyons of northern Arizona, Randall Eric Kee thought all children knew how to climb rocks, handle rattlesnakes, ride horses bareback and drive a truck with standard transmission by age 10.

His world was the Navajo Indian reservation that surrounds the town of Tuba City. Twenty years later, Kee has traded sandstone for marble, the natural wonder of Arizona for the gilded splendor of Florence, Italy.

A graduate of Harding University, Searcy, Ark., Kee, now 30, moved to Europe in 2002 to teach English using the Bible and minister to the local church.

Growing up among the canyons of northern Arizona, Randall Eric Kee thought all children knew how to climb rocks, handle rattlesnakes, ride horses bareback and drive a truck with standard transmission by age 10.

His world was the Navajo Indian reservation that surrounds the town of Tuba City. Twenty years later, Kee has traded sandstone for marble, the natural wonder of Arizona for the gilded splendor of Florence, Italy.

A graduate of Harding University, Searcy, Ark., Kee, now 30, moved to Europe in 2002 to teach English using the Bible and minister to the local church.

- See more at: http://www.christianchronicle.org/article/break-dancing-navajo-ministers-to-people-of-italy#sthash.mCK1GHn7.dpuf


Growing up among the canyons of northern Arizona, Randall Eric Kee thought all children knew how to climb rocks, handle rattlesnakes, ride horses bareback and drive a truck with standard transmission by age 10.

His world was the Navajo Indian reservation that surrounds the town of Tuba City. Twenty years later, Kee has traded sandstone for marble, the natural wonder of Arizona for the gilded splendor of Florence, Italy.

A graduate of Harding University, Searcy, Ark., Kee, now 30, moved to Europe in 2002 to teach English using the Bible and minister to the local church.

- See more at: http://www.christianchronicle.org/article/break-dancing-navajo-ministers-to-people-of-italy#sthash.mCK1GHn7.dpuf

Tuba City Church of Christ says goodbye to longtime minister

On May 29, 2013, Paul Ghee, 60, died from complications from pneumonia in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Since his passing, the local members has maintained services and continued to serve the local congregation while a new
minister was found.
The church continues to grow and thrive and your support is still needed.

The Christian Chronicle wrote this about Paul Ghee:

"Paul Ghee, missionary to the Navajos, dies at 60" (2013)



The longtime missionary died May 29 at a hospital in Flagstaff, Ariz., after suffering from blood clots and pneumonia. He was 60.
A memorial service is scheduled for June 8 at the Tuba City Church of Christ in Arizona.
Ghee and his wife, Ann, moved to Tuba City in October 1987 to work among the Diné (the preferred name of the Navajo people) and the Hopi. The semi-autonomous, Native American-governed Navajo Nation covers 27,425 square miles in northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah and northwestern New Mexico. The population surpasses 250,000, according to the Navajo Nation Government's website. The homeland of the Hopi people is completely surrounded by the Navajo Nation.
The Ghees, both from Nashville, Tenn., trained for ministry at the White's Ferry Road School of Biblical Studies in West Monroe, La.


After 26 years, Paul Ghee's mission trip to the Navajo Nation has ended.
The longtime missionary died May 29 at a hospital in Flagstaff, Ariz., after suffering from blood clots and pneumonia. He was 60.
A memorial service is scheduled for June 8 at the Tuba City Church of Christ in Arizona.
Ghee and his wife, Ann, moved to Tuba City in October 1987 to work among the Diné (the preferred name of the Navajo people) and the Hopi. The semi-autonomous, Native American-governed Navajo Nation covers 27,425 square miles in northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah and northwestern New Mexico. The population surpasses 250,000, according to the Navajo Nation Government's website. The homeland of the Hopi people is completely surrounded by the Navajo Nation.
The Ghees, both from Nashville, Tenn., trained for ministry at the White's Ferry Road School of Biblical Studies in West Monroe, La. - See more at: http://www.christianchronicle.org/article/paul-ghee-missionary-to-the-navajo-dies-at-60#sthash.yu6aCK3f.dpuf