The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio program and internet broadcast featuring true stories from First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don't be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good p
Deborah Bradley (Cherokee) Part 2
'Unfortunately, I ended up having to hear my husband at that time tell me that I had to make a choice between him and God. And I told him there was no choice; 'I live for God now, and he walked out."
Deborah Bradley (Cherokee) Part 1
My mom looked down at his boot and said, What is that? And there was a bulge in his boot and I just remember this... I was very young, but I still remember every detail... and he said, Its a gun, and he pulled it out and he showed it to her. And just in a flash, a shot went out.
Ted Murdock (Cree) Part 2
You've heard alcohol referred to as spirits. Have you heard though about spirits leveraging the bottle? No doubt there are some who will admit this, perhaps others have never thought about it. What Ted experienced was frightening beyond imagination on his journey to loose the chains that bound him.
Ted Murdock (Cree) Part 1
When alcohol is your master, it effects every part of your life. For some, it comes on slow. But eventually you begin to realize the grip is not you on the bottle, but the bottle on you. Ted speaks candidly of his journey to find something the bottle could not offer.
Hazel Hahne (Lakota Sioux)
Hazel grew up on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in South Dakota. When her family moved to the town of Dupree, she experienced prejudice for the first time. However, at a young age she ended up getting married to a white guy in order to get away from the abuse at home. The result was not what she was expecting.