From 'White' Woman to 'Red Warrior' Woman

“I had a great life, got saved, and still had a great life. Sure, I had some hard, sad and frustrating times, but they never challenged my core, my hope, my faith, or my very being. That is, until 1999...”


Last updated 3/17/2013 at 3:22pm

Jeny Running Brook

Jeny Running Brook Covill enjoying the great outdoors with one of her horses at her home in Montana. “I can honestly say that in these last 13 years of going from a ‘white’ woman with no testimony, through deliverance from severe co-dependency, and forward as an American Indian ‘Red Warrior’ Woman with a greater dependence and trust in Creator Father, His Son Jesus and the Holy Spirit, I know that the gospel is true.”

I have always been a happy-go-lucky person. I grew up in a loving home and had it pretty easy. So when I came to know Jesus as Savior on July 30, 1989, it wasn’t out of desperation or hopelessness. My fiancé, Dave, and I were at an Amway convention and the guest speakers gave their testimony. They invited people to pray and accept Jesus, noting that ‘tomorrow may not come’ and ‘now is the time’. I started crying. My heart was racing; I knew I had to go forward. I grabbed Dave and practically ran to the front of the auditorium. I was 23 years old.

For the next 10 years, people w...

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