How about a Native American Forum?

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calibob

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I know of several members with Native American backgrounds, lineage and or have studied or have read books like "Burry my heart at wounded knee."?
 

oldethennew

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cali, it's very nice of you to recognize the ones who here, before us=our ancestors, but, alas, they are in the same demise
today as we are, we are all one, we all came from ADAM, and so, we all do share the SAME ROOT...
 

tanakh

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I know of several members with Native American backgrounds, lineage and or have studied or have read books like "Burry my heart at wounded knee."?
I think its a brilliant idea. Im suprised that no one else has thought of it before
 

DWR

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How about we just drop all labels and be who we are, children of the King.
 

Godsgirl83

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How about we just drop all labels and be who we are, children of the King.
I was listening to an older Native American's testimony on youtube yesterday, and he was saying that when he first came to Jesus the missionaries on the reservation were like (and I am paraphrasing here b/c I don't remember his EXACT wording) "okay, now you have to choose, stay Native American with all your tribal stuff or turn from it all and be "Christian"............."

He went on to share how that damaged him for years.......
how could this God who made him and made him Native suddenly want him to change from who he was by God's design to now be "white man Christian"??????

It wasn't until he began to read the Bible for himself and find passages that talk about the gospel being for EVERY TRIBE, EVERY NATION that he began to heal from that.............