Glen has a vision for Native Christian Radio and worked closely with the former Director of Native Ministry in Canada, Ed Dunn to create the station around 2015. The goal was to be inclusive of every tribe in N. America, featuring their musical artists, songs in Native Dialect, cultural history, and testimonies from Indigenous people. When Campbell Page assumed leadership a few years ago, we transitioned into Indigenous Hope Radio and continue with the mission of serving the Indigenous population of North America.
Dr. Campbell Page
Dr. Campbell Page is the current director of Indigenous Ministries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada. He works in Indigenous Relations, is a registered psychotherapist, a certified specialist chaplain, and a university professor who loves to teach non-Indigenous Canadians healthy, respectful ways to live as Treaty People.
Liz Obomsawin is the Director of Restoring Hearts.ca, conducting exciting new interviews with Indigenous people which air on Indigenous Hope Radio. She has also written a book entitled Moccasins to Jesus. Liz is from the Abenaki First Nations and the Oneida Indian Nation.
Julie Ann Burks
Indigenous Hope Radio would not exist without the musical contributions of Native Americans, some singing in Native dialect.
Their music is what makes our station so unique. If you are an Indigenous musical artist and would like to contribute, go to our contact page and submit your music for possible airplay.
Indigenous Hope Radio is indebted to Native American individuals sharing their testimonies of how God has led them.
He has led them in the past and present through trials and tribulations, in spite of organized religion’s past atrocities of wanting to “kill the Indian” out of the child. If you have a testimony to share, go to our contact page and let us know how we can help in this effort.
It is a pleasure for Indigenous Hope Radio to share the culture of the various tribes across North America.
Native Americans have a rich, yet troubling history…
Indigenous Hope Radio tries to share in an uplifting manner to all concerned, that we have nothing to fear for the future, lest we forget how God has been leading Native people in the past.
All of us are indebted to the contributions and warnings of a declining environment.
Coming from the heart of the Indigenous peoples of N. America, we air these concerns on Indigenous Hope Radio.