The mission work LIM does in Alaska is unlike anything we see in the lower 48 states. The sheer size of the state and distance between villages makes it hard to help everyone, so the Sternbecks use volunteers whenever possible.
Well before hip-hops fads like the dab and twerking were even a thing - pow-wow dancers have been rocking the beat for hundreds of years. Traditional men's pow-wow dancers are doing more than shaking their tail feather, they're telling a story through their movements and the regalia they wear.
The stories shared in Our Fires Still Burn: The Native American Experience are powerful, startling, despairing and inspiring. They reflect an American history fraught with the systematic destruction of a people.
Yet, amidst the debris of suffering and trauma, there is resilience and a profound remembering and healing taking place today, which will also benefit the next Seven Generations.