Chester Martin (Mi’kmaq) Part 3
Chester found out that, just because Jesus saves us from our past and gives us hope for the future, life can still be hard. Difficult challenges and choices are part of the journey. For Chester, this included something he was never able to do before… forgive his father for years of abuse and neglect.
Chester Martin (Mi’kmaq) Part 2
The hate that Chester had harbored for his father since childhood was driving him to drink, despair, and death. Through the intervention of an understanding judge and a Bible-quoting friend, Chester would have another opportunity to face his self-destructive behavior and pursue a new life.
Chester Martin (Mi’kmaq) Part 1
Chester grew up in Eel Ground First Nation. His troubled childhood left him with deep hurt. He tried to end his life. Thankfully, he wasn’t successful. Listen to part one of his story how which sets the background for his inspiring journey of overcoming alcoholism and hate.
Tom Claus (Mohawk) New Years 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.
Jason French (Cherokee)
Like all of us, the Christmas story has a background… and it begins with our Creator. Join us as Jason French starts at the beginning and helps us understand the significance of this day that was first celebrated by angels in the night sky near Bethlehem and now is celebrated by people from tribes and nations around the world.
Allen was an angry and violent man. Even his own people wanted him locked up. Chains of addiction had him bound. When all else failed him he decided to end his life.
Karen shares openly about the deep issues of life – including her struggle with depression and thoughts of suicide. This is her story: a journey From darkness to Light.
Soapy is living proof that no matter how you started, you don’t have to be defined by your past. When a throw-away becomes a child of God everything changes.
Anger made Thomas a fighter… first in the youth center, and then in the boxing ring. His skills brought him into the gangs, where he would have the fight of his life.