Tag Archives: First Nations Monday

Compassionate Ministry

Please pray for American Indian people and those serving in Native Ministry across Turtle Island.   Compassionate Ministry Video Prayer Point

More Than Man’s Praise

DO YOU rely on other people to give you confidence in your faith? John 5:44 says, “You like to have your friends praise you, and you don’t care about praise that only God can give.” The edifying words of a friend or mentor are of great value in our journey. However, in these last days, […]

Keep It Simple

HAVE YOU ever considered how easy it should be to speak about what we know and what we have seen? Often times it is the simple responsibilities of being a follower and witness of Christ that become the most complicated or abandoned when we lack faith. Gideon said in Judges 6:17, “It’s hard to believe […]

Fight Fight Fight

HAVE YOU ever been discouraged in doing good for your family, your friends and the Body of Christ? Often the prophets of old became troubled in their walk as they faced the opposition and complacency of others. Never-the-less, our Creator appointed them to fight for their people. Nehemiah 4:14 says, “Then I looked things over […]

Overcome The Accuser

HOW OFTEN do you ponder the ways of our Creator, His laws and the things that He has done for you? Psalm 119:103 & 111 say “Your teachings are sweeter than honey. They will always be my most prized possession and my source of joy.” TODAY, I INVITE YOU to pray with me that our […]

Evidence, Exploitation, Identity & Reconciliation: A Historical Perspective on Intercessory Prayer for Native America

EVIDENCE – Of the Christian- Good Fruit. Historical References / Anniversaries: June 15, 1831: Choctaw leaders displeased with missionary work. Below is a link to a copy of the written document signed by 14 Choctaw leaders and witnessed by an interpreter saying they don’t want any more money going to missionaries and they don’t want […]

Mental Health Awareness, Broken Treaties and Standing in the Gap: A Historical Perspective on Intercessory Prayer for Native America

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS Nationally, many mental health organizations recognize the month of May as Mental Health Awareness Month.  We affirm the tremendous need for mental health awareness and recognize the significance of focused prayer on “broken treaties” and “standing in the gap” at this time. BROKEN TREATIES Historical References / Anniversaries: Excerpt from Andrew Jackson’s State […]

True Testimonies

HOW OFTEN do you ponder the ways of our Creator, His laws and the things that He has done for you? Psalm 119:103 & 111 say “Your teachings are sweeter than honey. They will always be my most prized possession and my source of joy.” TODAY, I INVITE YOU to pray with me that our […]

Remember Him Daily

HOW OFTEN do you thank our Savior for His faithfulness and diligence in remembering you? Honoring our Creator with prayer and song has traditionally been of great importance to our Native people. There is an ancient story among my Cherokee people that tells of how our Cherokee women would start each day singing, “Awen de […]

Renewed with Trust

HAVE YOU ever longed to return to a special place or to be re-united with old friends? The Lord says in Zephaniah 3:20, “I will lead you home, and with your own eyes you will see me bless you with all you once owned.” There is a longing among our Native people to see our […]