Monthly Archives: November 2015

Do Not Provoke

DID YOU ever feel discouraged by your spiritual peers, parents or teachers? Colossians 3:21 says, “Parents, don’t be hard on your children. If you are, they might give up.” The enemy can often stir up discouragement through the instruction or hard teachings of spiritual leaders involved in the lives of those serving in First Nations […]

Tribulations of the Brethren

HAVE YOU ever felt hopeless and discouraged from witnessing a loved one struggle in their walk with our Savior? More often then not, the enemy uses the countless trials and tribulations of others to bring ‘discouragement’ into the lives of those serving in First Nations ministry. TODAY, I INVITE YOU to pray with me that […]

Enjoying Nature & Divine Energy: A Personal Perspective on Intercessory Prayer for Native America

Is it any wonder we seek out rivers, mountains, prairies, lakes … nature … when we need to slow down, relax or regroup? We seek out environments (including our prayer closets) that will bring our brainwaves and heart rates down to a healing frequency.

Playing Drums: A Personal Perspective on Intercessory Prayer for Native America

Even with countless testimonies of miracles associated with playing the drum, there are also many Christians who teach against the use of indigenous drums in church.

Never Forgotten

DID YOU ever believe that our Savior had forsaken you in your darkest hour?

It’s HIS Battle

HAVE YOU ever been so discouraged that you forgot how many times our Savior has rescued you?