Update from Crossroads Cares in Prince Albert, SK

In the last five years, Crossroads Cares, through First Peoples Voices, has quietly yet effectively made a difference in Prince Albert, SK. Our focus has been on bringing joy to children and adults who are unhoused, whether it’s through sending kids to camp, providing festive Christmas dinners, or gifting necessities and a bit of cheer.…

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Celebrate Indigenous History Month: Engage, Learn, and Support!

June is an important month as we celebrate Indigenous History and Culture. Here are three impactful ways you can get involved: Proverbs 24:32 reminds us of the importance of observing and learning from what we see, encouraging us to embrace these opportunities for growth. Birch Narrows/Turnor Lake in northern SK preserves culture, language, and traditional…

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A new season for First Peoples Voices

After our whirlwind Christmas Outreach Campaign, my focus shifted to administrative duties. Midway through, I was again reminded that our relationship and fellowship with Indigenous communities continues and grows because of your prayers and vital support. Thank You!

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Blessed to be a Blessing

My recent visit to the James Smith Cree Nation reminded me of how God works through each of us. Your prayers and support to First Peoples Voices enabled us to show and share the love of God to a community still reeling from the mass murders in September.

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Blessing 131 Communities this Christmas!

In our last update, we were so excited to share that we have received over $300,000 worth of Christmas gift! Well, the giving continued until November 5th and our total donation of products came to $552,000 in value, which is almost double what we had anticipated. The warehouse at Canadian Bible Society was packed to the rafters and three skids high in some places!

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Finding Truth in Reconciliation

This month has been extremely profound. I sat glued to my computer and watched reporters in Rome cover the historic exchange between Pope Francis and Indigenous delegates from across Turtle Island (North America). Although the official apology was long-overdue, Indigenous trailblazers continued to communicate ‘it’s never too late to do the right thing’. The Pope’s detailed apology was another milestone on this collective path to reconciliation.

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