Hydaburg and Ketchikan, AlaskaLearn More Broken Walls joined with Carry the Cure for a trip to Hydaburg and Ketchikan, Alaska from November 16th to 20th. Hydaburg is the southern-most city on Prince of Wales Island and Ketchikan is in the Tongass Rainforest in southern Alaska.
Iditarod 2018Learn More It was an honour to travel again with Carry the Cure on our 9th annual Iditarod Outreach. We visited the communities of: Arctic Village where peace is tangible and the Northern Lights danced for us;
Port Graham, Seldovia and Homer 2018Learn More Broken Walls joined Carry the Cure for an outreach to Port Graham, Seldovia and Homer. It took a lot of travelling but it was well worth it. We had a very special time in each community.
Warriors of PrayerLearn More There has been a call for warriors to Rise Up and meet the challenges we face with prayer. We believe that our Creator has given each of us a part to play.
Broken Walls Band
Based on Native American/ First Nations Heritage of North America, Broken Walls is a band that travels extensively around the world communicating a message of restoration dignity, self respect, and Creator’s Love to all cultures.
This message is communicated uniquely through music, songs, dance and storytelling. From intimate gatherings to large concert venues, Broken Walls is truly an unforgettable experience!
Often starting with our Mohawk water drum, Broken Walls will perform on a variety of Indigenous instruments such as the Mohawk windflute or the large buffalo hide pow wow drum, eventually graduating to a full on contemporary band. Even while performing as a full band you hear the ancient vocals, beats & sounds of their native heritage.
Together Broken Walls has traveled to such places as Australia, Austria, China, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Ireland Mexico, Peru, Switzerland and extensively across North America with a message of self respect wherever people are suffering from shame. BW has a desire to see people of all nations walk in their gifts and destinies that they were created with.