Rev. Rodger Niemeier is a 1987 graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary, who in the following year planted an urban Native church in Seattle, Washington, as a licensed minister of the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church's Native American District. When that work closed in 2002, he and his wife birthed Eagle Wings Native American Ministries, focusing on abuse and chemical dependency recovery for Native People, while also working as a recovery teacher in the inpatient treatment center of the Seattle Indian Health Board. In 2010, Rodger became Vice President of The National Association of Christian Ministers, a 28,600+ member ministerial association, coaching and training Christian ministers and chaplains across the USA and overseas.

The Lone Ranger and Spiritual Formation

It is easy to become isolated and lonely in an individualistic culture. Rodger Niemeier shares wisdom about being The Lone Ranger and how your spiritual formation is best walked out in the context of community.