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Posted by Suhail Stephen
 - Jun 20, 2018, 9:04 AM

Here is part 11 of our series exploring what it looks like for indigenous and non-indigenous people to walk together in a good way. In this video, Dr. Terry LeBlanc shares about the European colonial mindset to "civilize the savage" in order that Indigenous people might become "fit receptacles" of the gospel, how Indigenous families and cultures were particularly devastated by residential schools, and how forcible evangelism misconstrued the gospel as a Westernized and European way of life.

Make sure you check out the other videos in this series and watch for the rest which will be released weekly until the Portage gathering in Montreal in July.