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The Remnant, Gifts & Protocol, Silver Cups & Poverty: A Historical Perspective on Intercessory Prayer for Native America
THE REMNANT Historical Events / Anniversaries: July 14, 1896: Jerry Potts died: Mixed Blood Interpreter http://plainshumanities.unl.edu/encyclopedia/doc/egp.ii.046 July 14, 1896: Chief Ben Christmas born: Mixed Blood Interpreter http://www.danielnpaul.com/Col/1996/ChiefBenChristmas-Mi%27kmaqHero.html Scripture References: Remnant: Genesis 45:7, Ezra 9:1-15, Acts 14:1, Acts 18:4, Acts 19:17, Acts 20:21, Romans 3:9 Jews & Gentiles: Isaiah 57:19, Acts 10:45, Acts 26:23, 1 Corinthians […]
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 Historical References / Anniversaries: June 15, 1831: Choctaw leaders displeased with missionary work.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 BROKEN TREATIES Historical References / Anniversaries: Excerpt from Andrew Jackson’s State […]
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.
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.
Yahweh, Great Mystery and Sovereign Deliverer, just as You guided us in prayer regarding suicide and indigenous people, guide our prayers regarding substance abuse. It is also a subject clouded by poor doctrine and misunderstandings. Teach us to pray in ways that are significant and effective.
There are people all over North America striving to heal hearts and end suicide. Yet, it is still at epidemic proportions. All Knowing Creator of All, how do we pray?