Less than 500 years ago, the only people living in Canada were the First Peoples. The Indigenous people of this land have a rich history and unique relationship with our country, one that includes chapters of hurt but also new chapters of healing.

Together, through tangible acts of love and hope-filled testimony, we can be a blessing to Indigenous communities across the land! Partner with us today.


Carmen Jones

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Carmen Jones grew up in a single parent home and was bullied as a child for not having a dad. Today Carmen works with youth in the community.

Residential School Survivors

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Cheryl Jones grew up in The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation territory. After losing her father at 12 years of age, she ended up going down a dark path of drugs and alcohol in high school.

Food Rescue / TINA QUIRING

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

If you’ve been to the grocery store lately, you may have noticed that most of the produce is quite beautiful. As a society, we have high standards, but what happens to all of that produce that has a little spot or two that doesn’t affect its quality?

Igniting Hope / BEV HADLAND

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Crystal Lavallee is joined by First Peoples Voices Outreach Ambassador, Bev Hadland, to speak about our First Peoples Voices projects.

Delivering Food to Northern Communities / VOLKER KROMM

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

To give us a first hand look at the challenges of delivering food to the north – here is Volker Kromm.

Freedom in Jesus / SHAVINA GLADUE

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Shavina Gladue joins us to talk about her journey through suicidal thoughts, the hope she found and how she is now living out her life of faith encouraging others whenever she can.

Youth Suicide

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

The #1 leading cause of death among Indigenous youth is suicide. Our team has been in a number of communities and seen first hand, the devastating impact suicide has on families and communities. Take a look at this.

Stan & Sally Bragg Full Interview

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Stan and his wife, Sally, grew up in Toronto. They were partiers. One day Stan had an encounter with God and his wife thought he was an alien. Sally was watching 100 Huntley Street and gave her life to Christ while watching.

Ginny Bruneau

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Ginny Bruneau grew up in Cold Lake First Nation reserve in Alberta. She had a wonderful loving home until the age of 12, when her mother left her father for a younger man.

Rob Keeshig

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Rob Keeshig grew up on the reservation and was abused by a Priest. Rob became angry, bitter and hopeless, but 43 years later, had an encounter with God.

Agnes Mastin

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Agnes Mastin grew up in McLeod Lake Indian Band, north of Prince George, British Columbia.She ended up in foster care at a young age and was severely abused. This is her testimony.

Cheryl Jones

Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019

Cheryl Jones grew up in The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation territory. After losing her father at 12 years of age, she ended up going down a dark path of drugs and alcohol in high school.

Brandon Kicknosway

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Brandon grew up in a Christian family but as he got older, he felt God wasn’t important anymore and he began to lead his own life. This led him to a dark place of selfishness, suicidal tendencies and anger but God intervened and radically changed his life.

Sandra Waboose

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Sandra Waboose joined Maggie John to share how her life was transformed when she cried out to God to forgive her of her sins and change her life.

From the Sixties Scoop, to the Street to Salvation

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Taanis Bellerose shares her incredible story of salvation in Christ after leading a life of abuse, prostitution and drugs.

Florence Blois

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Florence Blois shares about her experience in Residential School.

Roger Lewis

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Roger Lewis shares about his battle with alcoholism and the incredible work that God has done in his life.

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First Peoples Voices Update from Saskatchewan

On September 7th, I visited the First Nations University of Regina to witness first hand their Pow Wow week festivities.  It was wonderful to see dancers of all ages in full regalia moving to the beat of the drums.  Marshall Thompson, pictured, proudly showed me the beautiful beading that he created for his ceremonial outfit.  Clearly, he invested near countless hours in his effort.


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