The Journey

The Healing Journey Begins – Miracles in Marble, N.C.

“Day of Remembrance”

The Dream inspires an initiative to Heal the First Nations

A minister from South Africa (Yes, South Africa) receives a dream in 2007. In the dream, three words are shared with him, “Trail of Tears.” Out of this experience, the first apology ever given to the Cherokee peoples for their forced removal from their homeland in 170 years was given by governmental officials on May 30, 2008, titled the

“Day of Remembrance”

This event not only started the healing process with our First Nations People but also ended the worst drought in 170 years. See the photo to the right from the Charisma Magazine “Christians Remember “Trail of Tears.” Senator John Snow apologizes to the Cherokee for their forced removal to Oklahoma where over 4000 died on their way out west. 

Miracles continue on 8/8/08

The next event to further heal and honor our First Nations People took place on this same land in Marble, N.C. This event was titled “Restoration of The Nations.” One week before the event a gentleman and wife showed up and decided to buy a large tent for the event. Wow! This gathering involved many more Native American tribes from various parts of North America and beyond. The journey for justice and healing continues… A bridge of benevolence must be created.

Reverse a Curse – Cross this bridge – Heal the Land

The above tent was gifted to us during a gathering titled “Restoration of the Nations” on 8/8/08 and afterward was sent to Oklahoma in 2009 to build a bridge, with the Western Band Cherokee, hoping one day to reunite the Cherokee people back together again. The journey for justice and the healing of our land continues. The tent is titled “The Justice Tent” and also traveled to VA. in 2014, to further the “Restoration of the Nations.” The bridge pictured to the right was taken on a three-month prayer walk up the Appalachian Trail. The prayer was for offering forgiveness from the Host People to the United States for 500 years of neglect, abuse, and broken treaties. Our journey for justice and righteousness continues…

The Miracle Tent Video

An Epic Journey for Justice

Springer Mountain, GA , to D.C. up the A.T.

Springer Mountain, Ga.

We began a three-month prayer journey up the A.T. Appalachian Trail to heal the land and bring awareness to the issues still facing our First Nations People

       A First Nations “Prayer Walk” to heal the land

Beginning on August 8, 2016, through October 21, 2016, we began a one-of-a-kind prayer journey up the A.T. Appalachian Trail titled The Thin Red Line. We sectioned hiked the trail, traversing the high country, praying and passing a healing staff as we went, starting from Springer Mountain, Georgia, and ending up at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia. We stopped at various towns, holding prayer meetings along the way. In October 2017 we joined the All Tribes D.C. Prayer on October 20, 2017. A processional with the Ark of Covenant opened the event in D.C.

         The Ark of the Covenant ends up in D.C.

As you can see, between the two Tepees is the Ark of the Covenant replica. What a profound spiritual statement. The prayer gathering with Dr. Negiel Bigpond and the All Tribes D.C. prayer gathering on Oct. 21, 2016, was a very powerful seed sown. Please visit the site for more information 

We are hoping that a formal apology will be given to our Host Nations People by the President of The United States of America. We also believe that several Senators or Congressmen should personally participate in this overdue apology.  What is needed is a proper and formal, nationally televised verbal apology to our First Nations People. This will have a tremendous healing effect on our country.

Our story continues

We’ve loved every minute of our journey

              A Presidential apology still needed

In 1963 President Kennedy said; “Before we can set out on the road to success, we have to know where we are going; and before we can know that, we must determine where we have been in the past. It seems a basic requirement to study the history of our Indian People. 

America has much to learn about the heritage of our American Indians. Only through this study can we as a nation do what must be done if our treatment of our American Indian is not to be marked down for all time as a national disgrace.” The Native American Resolution of Apology was signed into law by President Obama on December 19, 2009, but was never verbally given by him to the First Nations People. Is that considered an apology? Maybe 2021 is finally the year for a verbal apology to Pocahontas or her descendant and all the First Nations People of America!

 Mr. President, would you agree?

Mr. President, we believe now is the time to begin to build several First Nations Healing Memorials around America. Hope you agree…  

A Feather of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is the final frontear!

Pastor Clifton Pettit, a full-blooded Cherokee from Oklahoma, offers Pastor Andre from South Africa an eagle feather of forgiveness. We believe that the shameful shadow of darkness over America, caused by 500 years of innocent bloodshed among our First Nations People is finally being lifted. And now our First Nations People have Awakened to their final frontier. That final frontear is forgiveness and love, leading The Way to Yeshua (Jesus) for the rest of the world to follow. The seeds have been sown let God’s love blossom.