Dreamcatching: Following in the Footsteps of Richard Twiss

Book, 2017, 121 pp
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On the journey of their calling to serve Native and Indigenous people, Sue Martell and her husband Ray intersected with the late Dr Richard (Sicangu Lakota) Twiss and Katherine Twiss in 2009. Part one of this book recounts their separate and then mutual stories until and beyond Richard's unexpected passing in February 2013. Part two was written to share something of what they Sue and Ray, as cultural outsiders, have learned in order to help those called into cross-cultural service. - adapted from the Introduction

Includes questions for discussion.

(7 sessions)

Also see other books in the Centre for Pentecostal Theology Native North American Contextual Movement Series.

"Sue and Ray Martell have tackled the stacks of notes, letters, and sermons of Richard Twiss to give us a glimpse into Richard's early journey into contextualization. These preserved words come to us years after Richard's passing, and are insights into his genius. His words flowed from his heart and soul so naturally through his pen. There is a great need to increase the body of literature useful for training contextual practitioners. This book is a welcome addition, and will be used in that way." - Casey Church
GenreItem with Questions
PublisherCherohala Press

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