“The greatest decision you will ever make is: ‘What will you do with Jesus?’”
Byron Sarracino, Laguna Pueblo
“I have no regrets investing my life in communicating the most vital message ever needed. It’s the message of the Word of God.”
“There is within all of us a natural yearning to understand our beginnings and to know the One Who has created all things.”
Today’s Native Articles
Finding Hope In Christ!
I stood before the judge as a desperate 24-year-old, overwhelmed by the consequences of my life choices. I felt completely defeated by addiction, and the word “hope” had no meaning in my life. All of society’s efforts to reform me had failed.
A descendent of Cherokee grandparents, Carlos lived in Miami, Arizona, for a period of time as a young boy, not far from the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. Carlos faced some difficult challenges. With an often–absent alcoholic father and a mother working hard to pay the bills and put food on the table, Carlos learned that life can be tough.
I grew up surrounded by the traditional ways of our people. In my youth, I heard the old stories handed down by our elders. They differed depending on a person’s recollection, but they focused mostly on the creation around us. I was told we came from the earth. As a young man I had so many questions.