Episodes

Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 3

When Richard finally decided not to worry about what others thought, he publicly went forward to accept Jesus as his Savior. His life changed. Drugs and alcohol were left behind…

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Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 2

Cocaine had a hold of him… and he couldn’t break it’s grip. His life was falling apart. His wife had left him numerous times. Richard’s addictions were destroying his family….

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Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 1

Richard got involved in alcohol and drugs early in life. Even though everything looked fine on the outside, he was being torn apart on the inside. He met a girl…

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Veronica Moberly (Okanagan)

Veronica was rejected by her biological father. He lived only an hour away but had no desire to be a part of her life. Not only did she feel that…

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Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 3

“Anybody can be an alcoholic. That’s easy… all you got to do is pick up the alcohol and start drinking… and eventually you’ll become an alcoholic… because you allow that…

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Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 2

Jeff was paying a great price for his drinking. His family had left him and he was all alone. She wouldn’t have anything to do with him. It didn’t matter…

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Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 1

Jeff, a Cayuga from Six Nations, grew up off the rez in Buffalo, New York. He started partying at an early age and he worked to support his drinking habit….

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Hugh Grant (Karuk) Part 2

Alcohol had taken Hugh… it had taken everything from him like it does to so many others. But something happened in his life that made all the difference, and now…

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Hugh Grant (Karuk) Part 1

“I took a drink of my mom’s beer. And it was terrible. I said, ‘Oh, how can you drink that stuff’. I’ll never forget her answer: ‘You’ll find out.’ And…

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George Landlord (Yup’ik) Part 2

From falling into the freezing waters of the Yukon River to serving on the battlefields of Vietnam, George has lived through many challenging and difficult situations. Drugs and alcohol weren’t…

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