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New US Mailing Address
We have a new U.S. Mailing Address!
Although we do accept Smoke Signal messages, it might be quicker and easier to contact us through our new mailing address.
PO Box 1899
Browning MT 59417
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Thank you to everyone that made our first Virtual Symposium a great success!!!
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NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community
17th Annual Symposium
June 4 - 6, 2020
Sioux Falls, SD
In Partnership with Sioux Falls Seminary and Augustana University
“Spirituality of Wellness in Community”
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Following an extended struggle with cancer, Cornelius Buller, our good friend, colleague, and the sole non-Indigenous cofounder of NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, journeyed from this side of life to the next. Early Sunday morning July 19, Cornelius walked on into eternity, there to be with the saviour he longed to see, and for whom he had laboured so many years. Read More…
The services of commemoration and celebration for Cornelius Arthur Buller, held on July 24th, 2020, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, can be viewed using the link above.
In accordance with Cornelius’ wishes and with the family’s blessing, we invite gifts toward the ongoing work of NAIITS in memory of Cornelius.
A Word from Terry LeBlanc
Hawk Feathers and Jesus
As the sun dipped in the western sky, I danced with hawk feathers in hand, a Euro-American woman raised in a Midwestern majority culture. I spun around and bowed before the Creator, humbled by his forgiveness for my recent acts of colonization and grateful for God’s grace.
“How did this come about?” you might be thinking. Okay. Let’s rewind.
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