Redeeming Culture: The Other Side Of The Coin
Over the years I have seen more and more openness to Native people in almost every field of work and now in the Church at large. Objectives are being looked into as to how to reach the Native population with the Gospel of Christ. One of those objectives is the attempt to "redeem Native culture" by welcoming the traditions of Native people within our churches. Although not all churches embrace this...
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Word Alive Press (September 25, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.3 x 8 inches
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“This is an insightful, scripture-filled investigation .... which reads smoothly, almost like a story ... of the practice of bringing cultural artifacts and practices into the Christian church as opposed to turning from them to worship and follow Chri...”
idea, it seems today that more and more are beginning to accept it. By the same token, many Native ministries are deeply concerned when they see the white churches embrace the traditions of Native culture. Redeeming Culture - The Other Side of the Coin, is a book that addresses this issue and looks to answer the questions that many have regarding the redemption of Native culture through Christianity. This book is the result of my own spiritual journey and my heartfelt desire to communicate what I believe the Bible teaches about redemption and culture. It is my prayer that this book will also help you. About the Author: Rev. Velma D. White is a Cree First Nations missionary who is originally from Saddle Lake Alberta. She attended Victory Bible College in Calgary, AB and received her Master's Degree in Theology through the Canada Christian College of Toronto. From 1995-2000 she worked with Camp Living Water, a ministry to Native children and teens. She currently resides in Ft. Providence, Northwest Territories. Since 2000, she has traveled with New Testament Outreach Ministries International to many isolated villages across the North, including the NWT, the Yukon and Alaska, and also, in the western provinces of Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. She is a worship leader and teaches at a Discipleship Bible School with N.T.O.M.I.
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