One Church, Many Tribes
A New Uprising for God's Glory
In this captivating chronicle of the Native American story, Richard Twiss of the Rosebud Lakota/Sioux sifts through myth and legend to reveal God's strategy for the nation's host people.
With wit, wisdom and passion, Twiss shows God's desire to use the cultures of First Nations peoples--in all their mystery, color and beauty--to break through to those involved in New Age mysticism, Eastern religions, even Islam.
One Church, Many Tribes is a rallying cry for the Church to work as one so that the lost may learn to walk in life with beauty, along the path of the Waymaker.
One Church, Many Tribes is not merely a book about Native Americans. It is about God's heart for Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and the uttermost parts of the earth. I heartily recommend it.
Tommy Tenney, author of The God Chasers
An outstanding book that will help bring compassion and reconciliation between diverse peoples created in the image of God and for whom Christ died. Highly recommended.
Bill Bright, cofounder, Campus Crusade for Christ
Richard Twiss's vision and commitment to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through innovative methods that do not condemn the cultures of Native people make my heart glad.
Dr. Jerry Yellowhawk, district superintendent, Wesleyan Native American Ministries
Richard Twiss carries in his soul God's heart for North America's Native peoples.
Francis Frangipane, pastor, River of Life Ministries, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
A perfect blend of intriguing personal stories, vignettes from history, biblical principles, and cross-cultural applications. One Church, Many Tribes cries out to the Church, inviting Christians everywhere to understand and stand together with First Nations peoples.
F. Douglas Pennoyer, dean, School of Intercultural Studies, Biola University