Episode Archives

Andrew Nelson (Aleut)

When Andrew’s wife decided to follow Jesus, he was very curious. He watched her, and had her tell him what the preacher would say at church. He couldn’t get away from the bottle, but he wanted to. He wanted what his wife had found, and one evening, he wanted it bad enough to go looking for it.

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Adam Taylor (Musgogee) Part 2

Adam felt abandoned by his biological father. But he discovered that as a child of God he had a Heavenly Father. Our dads will let us down. We all have our struggles in this life – like our fathers did. But God is the perfect Father. He won’t let His children down. He will never leave nor forsake them.

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Adam Taylor (Muscogee) Part 1

Adam grew up without a father. He got involved in drugs, alcohol, and the gang life. He reached a point though where he realized that he wasn’t happy. An important conversation with his grandmother helped him realize that things could be different.

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Tom Claus (Mohawk) New Year Special

New Years Eve is a very special time in the Claus family. It was on that night many years ago that the family gathered together around the radio and heard something that would change their lives forever. Listen as Tom reflects on the significance of that day and what it means to him after all these years.

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A Storyteller Christmas with Ryan O’Leary (Ojibwe)

Ryan shares some of his childhood memories of Christmas. He shares about the significance of the birth of Jesus Christ and how He was a gift from God for all people – including the First Nations.  But a gift must be received for it to become your own.

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Randy Boettcher (Metis) Part 2

“… And that’s when I repented of my sin, when for the first time I turned my back on sin, and really cast myself on Jesus Christ to be my Savior. And I can really say for the first time a lot of people say, you don’t go by emotions and stuff, I back that by a 100%… but for the first time I felt like there was something, knowing Christ as my Savior, there was real peace there for the first time. There was a joy there that I had never felt in my life, which was so much better than ever having been drunk or high.”

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Randy Boettcher (Metis) Part 1

“I can remember being happy as a child – there came a time when I began to see that the world was a dark place and that things were not as they should be.” Soon, Randy would get caught up in his own darkness. He read the Bible, and at the age of seventeen, fear gripped his heart as he considered his standing with God.

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Carla McKay (Ojibwe) Part 2

“I was going through a lot of hurt and loneliness; I didn’t feel like I added up. I had one very close friend, and I was thinking about suicide; we talked about it, like I told her, “Maybe it’s the only way out.” And then I heard somewhere later, that if you do that, you only cause your, the people you leave behind, your family, your friends, a lot more pain.”

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Carla McKay (Ojibwe) Part 1

Carla is originally from the Garden Valley First Nation in Manitoba. As a baby, she was given up for adoption and brought into a non-Native family. Early on it became apparent that something was different about her. She was soon diagnosed with cerebral palsy. With a gentle honesty, Carla shares about some of the challenges that she has faced, the encouragement she received from her adopted family, and the relationship that she has with her Creator.

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Eric Sinclair (Ojibwe) Part 3

Eric looks back over his life and stands in amazement at the direction it has taken since he turned his back on his rebellious sinful behavior and began to truly follow Jesus. He traded hopelessness and despair for a life of peace with God and reason to live.

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