Polished Arrow

Psalm 30:12

I'm about to burst with song; I can't keep quiet about you. God, my God, I can't thank you enough.

The Message

Music by Artist

Broken Walls

Broken WallsBroken Walls now consists of Bill Pagaran (Tlingit) from Palmer, Alaska on the drums, Kris DeLorenzi (Italian) from Thunder Bay, Ontario on bass and backup vocals, and Jonathan Maracle (Mohawk) lead vocalist and guitarist. Broken Walls base many of their songs on the ancient sounds of the First Nations People of North America and often perform around their large Pow Wow drum, singing songs of and to the Creator.

Cheryl Bear

Cheryl BearCheryl Bear-Barnetson is from Nadleh Whut'en First Nation in Britich Columbia, Canada. She travels to First Nations communities with song and story. She also visits non-Native churches raising awareness of First Nations ministry issues. She is an award winning recording artist, singer, songwriter and storyteller.

(Photo by David Luggi).

 

Cherokee Children's Choir

The Cherokee National Youth Choir is composed of thirty children from Cherokee communities like Kenwood, Oaks, Leach, Briggs and Tahlequah. The choir members are between the sixth and ninth grades. They are NAMMY nominees and winners.

Joseph Tiwabear Bear

Joseph Tiwabear BearJoseph and Martha Manzo are ordained pastors. He is Pueblo / Apache and Martha is Haida, Tlingit, Inupiat, and Eskimo from Alaska. They led worship at The ANNA Call in Oklahoma 2016, at the AzusaFest in 2017, and many other venues on and off reservations. They have a debut CD called Spirit of Four Directions. Listen to some samples by clicking here.

 

 

Kelly Montijo Fink

Kelly Montijo FinkNAMMY nominated artist, Kelly (Mexican, Apache, & Spanish) was born in California but now resides in the Midwest. She has been singing for as long as she can remember & has performed everything from musical theater, pop, Italian opera, and madrigal arrangements, to mariachi music & Native drum songs. Kelly considers herself a "song catcher" rather than a song writer. She rarely sits down to write a song, but rather observes, hears, and sees truth & then allows the words and melodies flow from there. Many of her songs are birthed from prayer, dreams, visions, and personal revelations. Kelly's heart is to see & help people walk in freedom in every aspect of their lives.

Michael Jacobs

Michael JacobsMichael Jacobs uses Native imagery and symbolism on Sacred Nations. Michael received the 2003 Native American Music Award (Nammy) for Best Independent recording for Sacred Nations. His songs are stories that relate the struggle for dignity, spirituality as a follower of the Jesus Way, and the yearning for liberation, healing, reconciliation, love, and respect.

 

Rainshadow

RainshadowRainshadow Fellowship is an inter-tribal, non-denominational, family-oriented fellowship, building relationships in the Native and non-Native community, getting involved with and helping families, dancing at Pow Wows, performing at Native American ministry events, churches, military bases, schools, camps, scouts, retreats and many other types of gatherings in the U.S.A.

 

 

RainSong

RainSongTerry (Yaqui) and Darlene Wildman, Grammy and Nammy nominated artists, blends traditional Native American sounds with contemporary sounds of worship on music CDs.