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The Storyteller - sharing real hope... one story at a time. Storyteller is an audio collection of true life stories of First Nations people from across Native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation.

The Storyteller - sharing real hope... one story at a time. Storyteller is an audio collection of true life stories of First Nations people from across Native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation.
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Location:

Bemidji, MN

Description:

The Storyteller - sharing real hope... one story at a time. Storyteller is an audio collection of true life stories of First Nations people from across Native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation.

Language:

English

Contact:

PO BOX 1001 Bemidji, MN 56619 877-766-4648


Episodes

Bill Jackson (Cree) Part 2

11/12/2018
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We all stand in need of forgiveness. If we are honest with ourselves, we can see our mistakes and failures. We can identify the regrets in our lives. What do we do with them? Bill shares the confidence that he has regarding these things.

Duration:00:14:29

Bill Jackson (Cree) Part 1

11/5/2018
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Bill is a Cree from northern Alberta. He was born and raised in the Whitefish Lake Cree Nation. Bill talks candidly about his faith in Jesus and then goes on to tell the story of how he came to an awareness that he had a spiritual need.

Duration:00:14:29

Shawn Whitey (Navajo)

10/29/2018
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Shawn was close to his grandfather, who had a profound impact on his life. But there was someone else who would have an even greater impact on Shawn... someone who would change his life forever.

Duration:00:14:29

Walissa Walker (Nez Perce)

10/22/2018
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"You know, I never experienced a father in my life, so I would just turn to many different things, like boys and drugs and alcohol, just to fill myself, but, you know, it wasn’t filling; it would just leave me lonely in the end."

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Jess French (Cherokee)

10/15/2018
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"So I went to Charles, but I didn’t tell him what was going on in my thoughts. I asked him to give me a straight shot of whiskey, and I always had the pills to make me high or low, so I went into the bathroom and took those two elements, and what I was trying to do, I was trying to forget that voice."

Duration:00:14:29

Harriet Hinman (Chemehuevi) Part 2

10/8/2018
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In this second part of Harriet's story, she shares the struggles of her early years. The family moved around to different reservations because of her father's work, but they only spoke English. No matter where she went, it seemed that she couldn't fit in. Eventually, she would leave home for another strange place. Listen as she tells the story of how she ended up in a boarding school... where she experienced the most significant moment in her life.

Duration:00:14:29

Harriet Hinman (Chemehuevi) Part 1

10/1/2018
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It's tough growing up when you feel like you don't fit in. For a little girl named Harriet, it was a lonely time. Listen as she reflects back on the early days of her life, and as she shares the most significant moment in her life... at a school away from home.

Duration:00:14:29

Soapy Dollar (Mescalero Apache) Part 3

9/24/2018
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"I never dreamed, I would not have dreamed this life, because it would not have occurred to me that it could happen. But God has opened up doors of ministry and influence and opportunity that are beyond my comprehension, and He’ll do the same for you."

Duration:00:14:29

Soapy Dollar (Mescalero Apache) Part 2

9/17/2018
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"I had evaluated everything that came into my life, even as a young street urchin. I knew it was all about me, every person that came down the sidewalk, everything that happened to me in my life, immediately my thought was, ‘How was this going to affect me? How do I get benefit out of this?’ Just a little con artist, a little manipulator, and totally self-absorbed, maybe by necessity, as all the street urchins are, but that’s the way I had learned to think and exist."

Duration:00:14:29

Soapy Dollar (Mescalero Apache) Part 1

9/10/2018
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"Danny was the big man on campus. He was the meanest, toughest, most foul-mouthed boy on the ranch, and we all wanted to grow up and be just as tough and mean as he was. But he would kick us around, hit us, yell at us, force us to do his chores and things, just a very mean fellow, but one day Danny just changed, totally without any explanation, without any warning his life changed. His demeanor changed, his vocabulary changed everything about him, and nobody knew what had happened."

Duration:00:14:29

Ted Murdock (Cree) Part 2

9/3/2018
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You've heard alcohol referred to as spirits. Have you heard though about spirits leveraging the bottle? No doubt there are some who will admit this, perhaps others have never thought about it. What Ted experienced was frightening beyond imagination on his journey to loose the chains that bound him.

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Ted Murdock (Cree) Part 1

8/27/2018
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When alcohol is your master, it effects every part of your life. For some, it comes on slow. But eventually you begin to realize the grip is not you on the bottle, but the bottle on you. Ted speaks candidly of his journey to find something the bottle could not offer.

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Deborah Bradley (Cherokee) Part 2

8/20/2018
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'Unfortunately, I ended up having to hear my husband at that time tell me that I had to make a choice between him and God. And I told him there was no choice; 'I live for God now,’ and he walked out."

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Deborah Bradley (Cherokee) Part 1

8/13/2018
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My mom looked down at his boot and said, ‘What is that?’ And there was a bulge in his boot and I just remember this... I was very young, but I still remember every detail... and he said, ‘It’s a gun,’ and he pulled it out and he showed it to her. And just in a flash, a shot went out.

Duration:00:14:29

Jimmy Murphy Sr. (Choctaw) Part 2

8/6/2018
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Growing up without a dad was not easy. But it was in the loss of his father that Jimmy came to know God as his Heavenly Father. Listen as he reflects on how that happened, and then explains how that can be true for you too.

Duration:00:14:29

Jimmy Murphy Sr. (Choctaw) Part 1

7/30/2018
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It's not often that a boy gets to see his father die. It's even less common to hear someone talk about it. But that's what Jimmy does as he shares what happened the day that his dad unexpectedly took his last breath. What goes on in the heart of a child when they witness something like that? And what does it mean for yet another boy who grows up without a father?

Duration:00:14:29

Hazel Hahne (Lakota Sioux)

7/23/2018
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Hazel grew up on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in South Dakota. When her family moved to the town of Dupree, she experienced prejudice for the first time. However, at a young age she ended up getting married to a white guy in order to get away from the abuse at home. The result was not what she was expecting.

Duration:00:14:29

Emerson Horace (Navajo/Hopi) Part 2

7/16/2018
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Drunk, hungover, and sometimes thrown in jail. It wasn't fun... at least not for Horace. But that's how life was. One day, he found himself with his back against the wall. He had a wife, three kids, and lost his job. It was a crisis that usually would have sent back to drink and get drunk, but this time it was different. He turned to God instead. Life is different now.

Duration:00:14:29

Tim Tsoodle (Kiowa/Taos Pueblo) Part 3

7/2/2018
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"I remember him preaching, but I can’t tell you what he preached on. All I can tell you is when an invitation came to make a public profession of faith, I could not help myself. It was as if someone threw me from my chair, pushed me from behind, and I walked up. It was a powerful moment, and I will never forget it, because the release I felt from years of abuse, the pain I felt from never being told, ‘I love you,’ was suddenly lifted off and hope came to me, and I want you to know He came...

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