Category: Peace Talks

Peace Talks - Native American Gospel Tracts

Gospel presentations and gospel tracts for Native American work.

Below are articles containing gospel presentations, gospel tracts, and conversion testimonies from Native Americans for Native Americans.

The Frightful Results of Fornication

Fornication is a frightful SIN that is contaminating our society. This SIN has become an acceptable way of life for much of humanity, but it is in direct rebellion to God’s Word. Sex outside the bonds of marriage is immoral and an offense to God. There are clear and precise warnings in the Bible that […]

Vision Quest: Seeing the Kingdom of God

“Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, HE CANNOT SEE the kingdom of God.” John 3:3 In the first portion of John 3, a master of Israel (Nicodemus, vs. 10) is being taught by the Master of the universe – Jesus, the Christ – […]

What Does God Say About Righteousness?

Why should we care what God declares about righteousness? Friend, God is the supreme authority of the universe. Everyone will give an account to this God. Revelation 20:12, “And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened…” This God says in I Corinthians 6:9, “Know ye not that […]

50 Lashes Could Not Stop Her Love for Christ

“One [Creek] woman who received fifty lashes for affirming her faith in Christ went down to a spring, near Old North Fork Town, washed her wounds, and walked ten miles to hear Joseph Islands [a Creek Baptist preacher] preach that night.”2 It was 1845 in the Creek (Muscogee) Nation, Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma). The […]

We Were Warriors, Chiefs, and A Medicine Man. This is Our Testimony of Christ.

TAWAKONI JIM - CHIEF OF 12 PLAINS INDIAN TRIBES

Testimonies and direct quotes in red… The chief’s callers went through the camp announcing, “Come hear the Father-talker tell of the Great Spirit.” “It was a Sunday morning, a scene I shall never forget…Indians with human scalps hanging to their belts as trophies, the men with guns and bayonets, faces smeared with the war paint… […]