First Peoples Voices
Reggie Neeposh / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Reggie Neeposh is Chief of the Ouje-Bougoumou Cree Nation Territory. The story of the Cree people of the Northern Quebec James Bay area dates back 5 thousand years.
Don Amero / CANADIAN LIFE CHANGERS
From the notoriously tough North End of Winnipeg, Don Amero faced his share of adversity growing up. With poverty, gangs, drugs and violence all around, fortunately, his life was tempered by love, support, and faith in a Greater Power.
Deborah Ironstand / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Deborah Ironstand has dealt with a lot of challenges in her life, including depression & two suicide attempts. Her life changed drastically when she accepted Jesus.
Dr. Robert Joseph / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Cheryl Weber chats with Chief Dr. Robert Joseph who is the Ambassador for Reconciliation Canada and a member of the National Assembly of First Nations Elders Council.
Dr. Terry LeBlanc / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Cheryl Weber sits down for an interview with Dr. Terry LeBlanc. The two chat about issues regarding racism against First Peoples in Canada and how we can begin to heal some of the historic wounds caused by the residential school system.
Barry Chalifoux / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Maggie John speaks with Barry Chalifoux about his suicide attempt at the age of 9 and the message of hope that he found in God.
Ray Aldred / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Ray Aldred is the Director of the Indigenous Studies Program at the Vancouver School of Theology. He's also Chair Person for the Aboriginal Ministries Council - Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. He sits down for a conversation with Cheryl Weber.
Michael Pawelke / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
Cheryl Weber speaks with Michael Pawelke about raising up Indigenous leaders at Briercrest Bible College.
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