Broken Walls News
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
On October 19th and 20th, leaders from all across North America came together in Washington D.C. for the All Tribes gathering led by Dr. Negiel Bigpond. This was a beautiful coming together of hearts in worship and Broken Walls was honoured to be part of this gathering.
On Thursday, October 19th at the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall, First Nations people with ties to Asia, Israel and North America heard from prophetic voices within the church. Pastor Ed Watts from Gateway Church in Flint, Michigan prophesied that revival is coming to Indian reservations. “We say the reservations are on reserve for an end-time visitation,” said Watts.
On Friday, October 20th, the day started with Dr. Negiel Bigpond greeting the various tribes from around the world and Broken Walls opened the meeting on the Abba drum. Mary Faus, one of All Tribes DC’s organizers, spoke of Dr. Billy Graham’s words, “When he spoke to the Navajo nation in the early ’70s, he said, ‘you as the Native Americans are like a sleeping giant, and when you awaken, you will become evangelists.'” Faus explained, “We know, having released forgiveness even to the nation that has never asked for it, we believe that should they release the apology, it would unlock this nation.”
“Native Americans have always been known as a warrior people, but now many of the Christians among them want to war for the land, for the Lord Jesus they love, for reconciliation, and for revival.” Paul Strand, CBN News
Some of the speakers included Senator Stewart Greenleaf, Pennsylvania; Mary Glazier, Windwalkers, Alaska; Lila Terhune, GodTV Host; Governor Sam Brownback, Kansas; Chief Kenny Blacksmith, Quebec, Canada; Apostle Joan Swallow, Oklahoma; Kevin Freeman, author, Texas; Apostle Chuck Pierce, Texas; and Prophet Barry Maracle, Ontario, Canada.
Jonathan shares: “This was a time of solidifying relationships and pressing forward to see freedom released in the lives of people across Turtle Island. The people actively worshipped from their cultural expressions and it was glorious to see.”
Mary Faus shares: “From the moment the Drum called us into honoring the Colors, followed by the Ark of His Presence, the National anthem sung by the Mississippi Choctaw and the blowing of the trumpets, it took all the labors of like-minded people to enter in Washington DC. The release of the word from all of our guest speakers, prophetic proclamations and prayers in the ancient languages were powerful demonstrations of what Holy Spirit has been speaking to us. We cannot thank you enough for all you invested and released on behalf of All Tribes DC and the vision to see the Native Voice and Governmental Authority restored through the Power of Forgiveness and Prayer.”