The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio broadcast and podcast featuring true stories from Native American - First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don't be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good program. This is real life. It's raw, direct and personal. If you're tired of the way things are, or wonder if there really is hope for something better, you may want to listen to some folks who understand. The Storyteller can be heard by radio broadcast in over 600 communities in Canada and the US, and throughout the world via the Internet.
Allan Jolly (Cree) Part 2
The more I think about it, nobody forced me to drink. In the end, I took the bottle myself, and even though, young as I was, immature in many ways, not strong enough to make decisions on my own, to this day, when I look back on it, I wish I could have said, No, I'm not doing that, and even if I have to move away from home I'm going to, just to get away from the drinking.
Allan Jolly (Cree) Part 1
Allen's early days were much different than people's lives today. "We were hunters, harvesters; we survived by living off the land." He never dreamed that this life he knew and loved would be disrupted.
Arlene Edd (Navajo) Part 3
The death of a loved one is always difficult. With one's passing, life's most important questions are often asked. Few ever continue seeking the answers before the sting of death has faded. They somehow seem less important as days pass. But this was not the case in Arlene's family. Listen as she shares how the death of her little sister became the turning point in their family's life.
Arlene Edd (Navajo) Part 2
Struggling with bitterness, Arlene was determined to bring change in her life. She was tired of dealing with the way others treated her because of her mother's illness. She did find change, but it wasn't what she had anticipated.
Arlene Edd (Navajo) Part 1
Arlene grew up in the heart of the Navajo reservation. It was a simpler time, but her life was deeply effected by the stigma that her family was cursed.
Jim Rickteroff (Athabascan) Part 2
After drinking for a while, it begins to take it's toll on a man's body. Jim knows... he drank for forty years. He was a wreck. But something happened one day that brought an end to his drinking, It's something that would change his life forever. He was free.
My thoughts on this podcast.
I love hearing about how God works miracles in peoples lives. I stumbled on this podcast when my wife and I were traveling through the Crow agency in eastern Montana. We live in Wickenburg Arizona. I am not Native American, but have a heart for them and their struggles. May God richly bless these people.
I just happened to come across this podcast about 8 minutes ago. I love it! It contains incredibly inspiring testimonies from real people. I hope more will be reached with this message of hope!