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Healing the Heart Through Ultimate Authority

I was part of the Sixties Scoop generation and so although I am Indigenous, I grew up in a different world, compared to my relatives on the reserve. Growing up in the city, we used... — Updated 6/15/2020


The Zoo Cage Prophet

It happened twice, two days in a row. Both times I was forgotten. Time moved, but I didn't. I was left alone, cuffed, in a stand-up-only cage. I love business. I truly enjoy the... — Updated 6/15/2020

 By Crying Wind    Viewpoint

What's Your Name?

I have a very bad habit of living in the past; remembering when my children were little, which was the happiest time of my life. I wish I could turn the clock back and live those... — Updated 6/15/2020


Laugh Again

Tabloids do their best to start rumours. Here are a few headlines I'm not making up: "Farmer shoots 23-pound grasshopper." "Man's 174 MPH Sneeze Blows Wife's Hair Off." "Satan's... — Updated 6/15/2020

 By Sue Carlisle    Viewpoint

The Creator's Victory

I want to conclude my series based on my book, Walking with the Creator, with thoughts from the final lesson, The Creator's Victory. The beguiling serpent offered Eve some... — Updated 6/15/2020

 By Becky Kew    Viewpoint

A little bit of faith goes a long way!

Our way of life has been changed in the last few months. Fear has gripped society. Social media and our news channels are bombarding us with all kind of stories, and we don't know... — Updated 6/15/2020



I was meditating the other day on the concept of gratefulness-a close cousin to the concept of thankfulness. Both have the common denominator of appreciation. It was just a few... — Updated 6/12/2020


Two kinds of people

Did you know that there are only two kinds of people on planet earth; two kinds of people that really matter? No it isn't white or brown people, rich or poor people; or even old or... — Updated 4/10/2020


Editorial Viewpoint

I was watching a news report this morning about an earthquake in Asia. It wasn't all that bad (as earthquakes go) but it got me thinking about the storms we all face in life. Everyo... — Updated 4/8/2020


The Council Speaks

Question: I am from Ottawa and Chippewa heritage. I am incarcerated, but I've renewed my relationship with Christ and would love for the helpful information on how to walk closer... — Updated 4/8/2020 Full story

 By Crying Wind    Viewpoint

The Road Not Taken

One of my favorite poems was written in 1916 by Robert Frost. Most people are familiar with a couple of lines from the poem: "Two roads diverged in the wood, and I took the one... — Updated 4/8/2020


The Zoo Cage Prophet

"Two For the Price of One" is always an attention-grabbing offer. It's hard to ignore getting seconds free, just because you wanted firsts. "Two-for-One" works well for retail, but... — Updated 4/8/2020

 By Sue Carlisle    Viewpoint

The Christmas Star

I grew up in Wyoming so I treasured my panoramic view of the stars as seen through the dry mountain air. But, apparently, I had always viewed them with some sort of anchor in the... — Updated 4/8/2020


Editorial Viewpoint

We pass milestones every 12 months when January 1 rolls around again, and again, and again . . . all of a sudden we look at a few more years gone! Indian Life passed a significant... — Updated 4/8/2020


The Council Speaks

Q: I am a 42-year-old mother and my daughter told me she "loves to get high." What can I possibly say to her to make her realize I love her and desire what is best for her? How do I... — Updated 4/8/2020

 By Becky Kew    Viewpoint

The Change in Me

When I think about my childhood, I vividly remember having to compete against the "brown bottle." Both my Mom and Dad were drinkers. There was always a party going on somewhere. In... — Updated 4/7/2020


Resting Your Heart and Soul Through Being Like a Child

I recently took on a paper route in my neighborhood because I noticed that I was behind in my bills more than I thought. Sometimes taking on an extra job or a part time job can... — Updated 4/7/2020

 By Sue Carlisle    Viewpoint

A 20-20 Focus

I cannot believe it is a fourth of the way through 2020! To me, reaching 2020 is like hitting one of those life-changing numbers like 20, 40 or 70. Each one carries a different... — Updated 4/7/2020


Laugh Again

A little boy asked a friend, "How do you spell mousetrap? The friend said, "C-A-T." How is your spelling? Winnie the Pooh said, "My spelling is wobbly; it's good spelling but it... — Updated 4/7/2020

 By Crying Wind    Viewpoint

The Legend of the Rabbit and the Rattlesnake

Gah was a small rabbit-in fact, the smallest in his family of twelve. While the rest of the family hopped all over the forest, Gah stayed close to the huge oak tree where he was bor... — Updated 4/7/2020


The Zoo Cage Prophet

My eye was swollen shut. It was still early, but I couldn't sleep. I'd been tossing and turning for what felt like hours. I was lying on my left side when I became aware that my lef... — Updated 4/7/2020


Soothing Words for Seething Times

We live in troublesome times with pandemics, economic woes, healthcare crises and more, yet our Heavenly Father can always be trusted. Always. He knows the plans He has for us (see... — Updated 4/7/2020


Letters from our readers

A Ring of Fire I have corresponded with Indian Life Ministries for about 10 years, and your newspaper, books, fliers and correspondence have been nothing short of a joy and... — Updated 4/7/2020


Editorial Viewpoint

I took the time the other day to count the doors at our place. It took me about 30 seconds to figure out that we have 12 of them. It was kind of a mundane exercise, but it got me... — Updated 4/7/2020


Letters from Our Readers

I have corresponded with Indian Life Ministries for about 10 years (mostly with R.) and your newspaper, books, flyers, and every correspondence have been nothing short of a joy and... — Updated 11/3/2019


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