About On Eagles' Wings

Life in Native communities sometimes comes with difficult challenges. Addiction, suicide, poverty, loneliness, and abuse hurt far too many, so our mission is simple - Hope. On Eagles' Wings is a movement of Native-American young people bringing Hope to their communities through Jesus Christ. This Hope, a relationship with Jesus Christ, is the only Hope that lasts.

The OEW team brings hope in the form of live events, stirring media, and relationships across the United States and Canada. For twenty years the OEW team has been sharing their Hope stories with other Native young people. On Eagles' Wings also works to encourage and equip local partners that are already serving Native young people in their community.

OEW also hosts an annual discipleship conference called Warrior Leadership Summit. WLS was created to encourage and equip Native young people who want to grow in their faith and make a difference for Jesus Christ.

I carried you on eagles’ wings and brought you to Myself.

Exodus 19:4


On Eagles' Wings Staff

Nick Liew

Favorite verse: 1 Peter 2:9

Nick grew up in the great state of Texas and is Jicarilla Apache and Chinese. Nick has been around the OEW crew for over ten years and joined our staff full-time in 2014, after graduating from Oklahoma State University. Nick is all about sports, is a self-proclaimed sneakerhead, and has an affinity for t-bone steaks. Ask him about his dog, Jerome.

Lani Liew

Favorite verse: Psalm 51:10

Lani attended WLS for the first time back in 2008 and served with On Eagles' Wings during the 2009 Summer of Hope. She hasn't missed a summer since! She is Tonawanda Seneca/Hopi, and recently moved from upstate New York to work for On Eagles' Wings full-time. She brought equal parts sparkle and New York attitude to the office with her. You can often hear her laughter filling the office halls, and see her sporting her signature sock bun.

Brad and Sara Hutchcraft

Favorite Verse: Psalm 27:4

Brad and Sara Hutchcraft have been working with OEW since its inception over 20 years ago. They have a huge heart for frybread, the Arizona landscape, and as one Hopi young person said, "Their heartbeat is Native." They've seen most of this staff grow up through the years and truly believe in servant leadership. If you need unconditional love or a piece of advice, these are the people you want to talk to.

Tara Colucci

Favorite Verse: Romans 11:33-36

Tara was born and raised on the Navajo Reservation and believes that nothing can beat an Arizona sunset. While she loves fresh mutton wrapped in fry bread, she loves her husband, Jesse, and her daughter Daya even more. Tara has served on the OEW team since 2006 and joined our staff shortly after graduating Indian Bible College in 2011. You can often find Tara microwaving cold coffee, working on countless WLS andOEW flight arrangements, or navigating the world of motherhood.

Cynthia Davenport

Favorite Verse: Psalms 109:26-31

Cynthia moved from the Tuscarora reservation (near Niagara Falls) to work with us full-time in the Fall of 2011. She has traveled with OEW since 2009. She is currently attending Moody Bible Institute online for her Bachelors Degree as well as enjoying her new marriage with her husband Brett. She hopes to continue working in full-time ministry with her husband. Cynthia enjoys singing, art projects, trying new cooking recipes and just being plain goofy!

Joe and Erica McConville

Joseph grew up in Idaho and is from the Nez Perce tribe. In 2006 Joseph went with the On Eagles' Wings team and found a group of people he knew were something special. After serving on the team a few years, he graduated from Trinity Bible College of North Dakota with a degree in biblical and pastoral studies. If there is one greater love he has found in life, it is teaching and sharing God's word. Joe married Erica in 2012, and they currently are living on a reservation in the Southwest with their two beautiful children.

Rachel Tree

Rachel grew up on the Navajo Rez in Arizona and attended WLS for the first time 5 years ago. Since then she has served on the OEW team for over 4 years and wants to tell her people about the healing, hope and freedom she has found through Jesus after living with abuse. She is currently living on a rez in the Southwest and would school you on the court any day of the week.

Weston Francis

Weston is Navajo and grew up deep in the heart of the Navajo reservation. He attended WLS for the first time in 2012 and has been on the OEW team since 2013. He received an Associates Degree at Indian Bible College, and currently serves on staff with our OEW Arizona team. If you ever run into him, make a fast friend by offering him a slice of cheesecake and a Dr Pepper!