A word from Richard Twiss opens this full band album of "live woship" recorded at Christ for the Nations in Dallas, Texas. Live the experience with Broken Walls!
- Opening (Richard Twiss)
- River of Life
- Ride the Wind
- Indigenous Declaration
- Wenhniseri:io (It's a Beautiful Day)
- Intro to Khenoronkhwa
- Rake'ni:ha (My Father)
- Cover Me
- Rise Up Mighty Warrior
- The Spirit Song
"Mohawk worship leader, Jonathan Maracle and Broken Walls, is pivotal in the releasing of a 'new sound' into the Body of Christ."
—Richard Twiss, Lakota/Sioux, Wiconi International
"To be led in holy worship by the people of the First Nation's is a gift to all North America. Something is revealed of the true personality of this beautiful region. These are Nations endowed by the Creator with unique gifts. Jesus deserves to be praised by the voices of every culture."
—John Dawson, Founder of International Reconciliation Coalition
"God is doing a new thing, gathering the nations and restoring our hearts to His Son, Jesus Christ. I've greatly enjoyed the music of Broken Walls. Its power lifts me to realms in God's kingdom that I'd never experienced before"
—Francis Frangipane, Advancing Church Ministries
"Jonathan Maracle & Broken Walls bring forth timely, refreshing, living sounds of restored First Nation worship — to the beat of the Father's Heart!"
—Kenny Blacksmith, Gathering the Nations Ministry, Int'l Cree Nation- James Bay, Quebec
About the Artist:
Broken Walls is led by Jonathan Maracle, a Mohawk from Tyendinaga Territory in Ontario, Canada. Jonathan is a 6 Time CAMA (Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards) winner and won in 2007, the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Award for Best Instrumental Album. He has also played for the Queen and at the Opening of the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.
Broken Walls' ministry motto is "Breaking Walls Of Separation." They desire to break walls of division through worship and to demonstrate a message that restores dignity and brings healing to the broken hearted. Through reconciliation, they want to see people of every tribe, tongue and nation be lifted up to their place in the Body of Christ, for the healing and empowerment of the whole Body of Christ.