Karen Jolly | "Maybe I'll Wear My White Buckskin Before Jesus"1h 0m | Nov 18, 2022
Karen Jolly is an indigenous woman leader in the Christian community in Manitoba. She has been involved in ministry for many years and has a heart for reconciliation.
Have you been told that the only way to get Reconciliation, healing, and restoration is to "just get over it"? If you're still taking this ineffective action and not getting results, this episode is for you. You'll learn from Karen Jolly
"Reconciliation is fixing something that has been broken, and it carries into many different places. But probably the strongest thing is relationships. When relationships are broken, there needs to be a time where you bring people together, you talk about what's happened"
This is Karen Jolly's story...
As an indigenous woman, she understands the importance of bringing people together to mend broken relationships. She has worked hard to overcome her own pain and trauma, and to be the best mom she can be to her two grown children. Karen's hope is that the next generation will continue the journey of reconciliation with each other and Christ and that the country can begin to heal the wounds of the past.
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