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Spirit Warrior (eBook)



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By David George

ISBN: 9780812754131 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2006

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Kee Nez, a Navajo boy, finds himself suspended between ancient terrors and the insanities of the White man’s world, searching for truth—and belonging.

“Do not read this story . . .

. . . unless you are willing to have your heart touched in a way that it has never been touched before.

. . . unless you are willing to develop a new understanding of these precious people who have suffered so much.

. . . unless you are willing to develop a new understanding of the power of Jesus to change all of us who so desperately need to experience His love and His salvation.” --Herman Bauman, president (retired), Arizona Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

Kee’s story is a fascinating journey into the world of the Navajo People. Their cultural richness. Their struggles to rise above a negative historical backdrop. The ongoing spiritual battles with the darkest side of “bad medicine.” The difficulties after encountering Christianity.

“George accurately captures the “reality” of what it’s actually like to experience life on the rez. This story truly describes the culture and struggles through the eyes of the Navajo People.” --Monte Church, Native Ministries, Northwest/Canada

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Kee Nez, a Navajo boy, finds himself suspended between ancient terrors and the insanities of the White man’s world, searching for truth—and belonging.

“Do not read this story . . .

. . . unless you are willing to have your heart touched in a way that it has never been touched before.

. . . unless you are willing to develop a new understanding of these precious people who have suffered so much.

. . . unless you are willing to develop a new understanding of the power of Jesus to change all of us who so desperately need to experience His love and His salvation.” --Herman Bauman, president (retired), Arizona Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

Kee’s story is a fascinating journey into the world of the Navajo People. Their cultural richness. Their struggles to rise above a negative historical backdrop. The ongoing spiritual battles with the darkest side of “bad medicine.” The difficulties after encountering Christianity.

“George accurately captures the “reality” of what it’s actually like to experience life on the rez. This story truly describes the culture and struggles through the eyes of the Navajo People.” --Monte Church, Native Ministries, Northwest/Canada

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David George, who lived and worked with Native Americans for more than 20 years before writing this book, has been adopted into four tribes and can communicate in six languages. He pastors a Native American church and serves as chaplain for a Native American Christian school on a reservation in Wetaskiwin, a town 45 miles south of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.