"My Mother's Love" - A Choctaw Story

A story of a Christian mother's love for her lost son was recorded long ago. This story took place during the time when the chief of the Choctaw tribe served somewhat as the governor of a state or as a judge. In addition they had their own senates and lawyers who helped in legislation concerning…

Tsali - An Illustration of the Gospel

A historical marker on the court house lawn at Bryson City, NC reads: "Tsali, Cherokee brave, surrendered to General Scott to be shot near here, 1838, that remnant of tribe might remain in N.C." The thrilling story of Tsali highlights "Unto These Hills," America's most popular outdoor drama. In 1838, 17,000 Cherokee Indians…

Kin Cheoss - A Medicine Man Who Found True Peace

Kin Cheoss was a Waco Indian born in 1800. He grew up along the Brazos, where present day Waco, Texas now exists. Cheoss would grow to become a leading medicine man for his tribe. Since boyhood Kin Cheoss had been searching for a better way to know the Great Spirit. He remembered as a child…

Conversion of Geronimo

Geronimo was born in 1820 near Gila River, close to present-day Clifton, Arizona. His father was Taklishim and his mother was Juana. Geronimo would grow to become one of the most feared Chiricahua warriors and the last Apache Chief. He was a master warfare strategist and was held in awe by his own people for…