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Mixed Blood, Not Mixed Up by Randy Woodley
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Mixed Blood, Not Mixed Up

by Randy Woodley

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Racism... Multi-culturalism... Unity in Diversity... Reconciliation... Revival... And the Church... no problem right? Think again... This is an intimate and revealing story about how God is using Randy Woodley, a mixed blood Cherokee Indian, and other Native Americans, to reveal God-given, Biblical answers to some of the most challenging dilemmas of our time! "This is an important book, written by one of the most trusted,wise, and fruitful Native American leaders of our generation. . .a readable adventure that touched my heart." -John Dawson, Founder, International Reconciliation Coalition "Randy Woodley has given us some powerful Biblical insights that teach us not only how to appreciate our differences as people of many cultures, but to actually find the capacity to love one another in the midst of our differences." -Richard Twiss (Lakota), President, Wiconi International

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