This lesson takes us through the need for unity as a body in Christ, with a focus on native communities. The role of the Church in the oppression and brokenness of Native American peoples is examined. We also explore how to enter into reconciliation while being mindful of historical contexts for fragmentation and dissonance.
When John Winthrop, the then-governor of the Massachusetts Bay colony gave a sermon upon reaching the settlement, he might not have intended for his words to have such a far-reaching impact. Winthrop [...]Read More
For the Native American living in a land that is now colonized, the path to regaining honor and equal status with the immigrants who are now owners of this land seems long and slow. Read the [...]Read More
This lesson contains a short video segment of a CCD leader. As you see it and listen to the content, pay attention to the way he talks about Native American culture and reconciliation. Be prepared to [...]Read More
Identifying Action Steps Take some time to pray and reflect and allow God’s Spirit to speak into your thoughts. Confess to God which elements of your culture you have appropriated to Him. Think about [...]Read More