Tag Archives: March

The Christian Indian

HAVE YOU ever struggled in keeping your personality and individuality, as well as staying focused on your specific ‘calling’ in Christ? As Believers, we are admonished to remain with Christ in the same type of ‘calling’ as when we were first saved, as well as to remain in the same social, cultural or economic position. […]

Free To Walk In Christ

HAVE YOU ever been afraid to move in response to our Creator’s calling on your life? Leviticus 26:13 says, “I am the Lord your God, and I rescued you from Egypt, so that you would never again be slaves. I have set you free; now walk with your heads held high.” Like you, those serving […]

Kidnapping & Sex Trafficking; Displacing Indigenous People; and Civilizing: A Historical Perspective on Intercessory Prayer for Native America

KIDNAPPING & SEX TRAFFICKING OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE Historical References and Anniversaries March 1, 1524 – Phil Konstantin notes in his book, This Day in North American Indian History, that an American Indian boy is kidnapped by explorers. ( http://americanindian.net/March.html ). This incident is also referred to on the Athena Review,Vol.3, no.2: Peopling of the Americas […]

Be Confident

DID YOU ever doubt our Creator’s calling on your life? “Jesus said“, in Luke 24:38, “Why are you so frightened? Why do you doubt” Those serving in First Nations ministry can be challenged beyond their experience and knowledge, to the point of uncertainty. TODAY, I INVITE YOU to pray with me that our Native people […]

Compassionate Ministry

DID YOU know that it is impossible to be a ‘perfect’ Christian? Still, we must pursue that goal into eternity, risking heartache along the way. Those serving in First Nations ministry can experience hurt and frustration to the point of endangering their walk with Christ. TODAY, I INVITE YOU to pray with me that our […]