The Storyteller is an audio collection of true life stories of First Nations people from across Native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don’t be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good program. This is real life. It’s raw, direct and personal. Have you ever wondered if there really is hope for something better? We invite you to listen to Indigenous voices – Native American / First Nations Christians who understand.  

I’m Free – The Story of Allen Early (San Carlos Apache)

Allen, a San Carlos Apache, was raised by his father in the traditional way.  He got involved in alcohol, drugs, and gang life and became so violent that his own people wanted him put away. But jail couldn’t hold him. He escaped many times.  Finally, after a successful manhunt, he was put in solitary confinement.  There he tried to hang himself but failed.  So he decided to starve himself to death.  It was then that a man came into the jail and shared his personal story about how Jesus Christ changed his life.  Allen listened through the walls of his cell… and what happened next changed his life forever.

Herman McClanahan (Navajo) Part 1

Herman and his family were involved in a life-changing car wreck because of alcohol. Yet, he is not bitter. Join us for this two-part story about a story of suffering, forgiveness, and love.

Herman McClanahan (Navajo) Part 2

Herman’s life has been deeply effected by a terrible car accident in his youth. But instead of being bitter, his life is marked by love and humility. How can this be. In an age where anger and revenge are the norm, Herman’s story is so refreshing. Find out why.

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The Storyteller is broadcast weekly on radio to 600+ communities in Canada and the US and is available as a podcast. We encourage you to visit their website (or download the app) and explore hundreds of life-changing stories from across Native North America!