From Our Trapline
Arnold and Nattie Flett live in Garden Hill, a fly-in community of about 5,000 in northeastern Manitoba, and each fall season they spend time on their "trapline," which is about 120 kms from their home.
Last updated 9/10/2018 at 4:23pm
Arnold: We come here every fall around this time-end of September, beginning of October-to harvest fish and moose meat, most of which we bring back to Garden Hill to share. We also come here to reflect on God's creation, and it is also a time of prayer.
We came to know Jesus Christ about 35 years ago. Before that we were living a life of sin. Things were not working out right for our family, and for our marriage, but God intervened.
We didn't have anything to do with the church back then, but I remember hearing the gospel through some young people sharing their testimonies on our local TV s...