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Humbled Hearts
Watch as a ministry in Browning, Montana, birthed out of My People’s Inenimowin Circle, is leading others through profound healing circles. Inenimowin creates a safe place for people to talk about their experiences and feelings of abuse. During the 5-day workshop participants learn how to lead a support group for people who have suffered abuse or great disappointment. In effect, participants learn how to re-create an Inenimowin Circle in their own context.

Learn more about Inenimowin here…
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Part Two of Theology from the Tipi
For Ray, the essence of Native spirituality understands the creation story and how we are related to creation. “I'm related to the land...if the land is damaged we will forget who we are. The residential school destroyed all our connections to the land. It was the annihilation of the connections of children with their parents and with the land. Even Settlers struggled with identity. When they arrived, they had no homeland and no connection to the new land."

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Theology from the Tipi: Nĕstooāāk
Glowing faces around the tipi fire belie the mean temperature of the late October evening. We are out on the land (Treaty 6) west of Edmonton. The sweet grass smudge is lit as the late comers grab a blanket at the entrance and are pointed to their place, circling sun-wise around the fire to the men’s side (west) or the women’s (east).

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Suicide Prevention DVD

The Suicide Prevention DVD is now available!

In partnership with the Aboriginal Ministries Council of the EFC, My People has produced a new DVD on suicide intervention and prevention.

The DVD highlights the seriousness of suicide in the Native North American community and provides practical tools to educate both Native and non-Native communities about this devastating social problem.
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