By Nanci Des Gerlaise (First Nations Cree Canadian and author of Muddy Waters) The emerging church is a movement that is said to be a new way to do Christianity, a way that is supposed to reach out to the postmodern generation in a more relevant way than traditional Christianity. In reality, the emerging church, … [Read more…]
By Nanci Des Gerlaise (author of Muddy Waters: an insider’s view of North American Native Spirituality) Nanci Des Gerlaise is a Canadian First Nations Cree. Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man. … [Read more…]
LTRP Note: The following is an excerpt on Nanci Des Gerlaise’s new release, Muddy Waters: an insider’s view of North American Native Spirituality. Many Native Spirituality practices are being embraced and practiced by both Native American and non-Native Christians. Nanci’s book is a vitally needed warning to the Church and a witness to unbelievers, pointing … [Read more…]
By Nanci Des Gerlaise (from Muddy Waters: an insider’s view of North American Native Spirituality) Dream catchers—those spidery “sacred hoops” with feathers. They originated with the Ojibwa tribe during the ’60s and ’70s, supposedly to protect a sleeper by “catching” bad dreams or evil spirits. Then they caught on with other tribes and spread through … [Read more…]
The following is a preview video clip of Sandy Simpson in the First Nations Movement DVD Series: For more information on this DVD series, click here.
The following is the first of four previews of the First Nations Movement DVD lecture series with Mike Oppenheimer (Let Us Reason Ministries) and Sandy Simpson (Deception in the Church). This is a powerful series that no Christian should miss. If you would like to order the DVD set, click here. We’ll be posting the other … [Read more…]
Nanci is a First Nations Canadian Cree woman who is the daughter and granddaughter of medicine men. Growing up, her life was filled with the practices and mystical experiences brought on from Native Spirituality. Today, as a born-again Christian, Nanci warns of these dangers as she sees many of her Native American Christian brothers and … [Read more…]