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This profound little book encourages us to set aside our limited expectations, and to fall in line with God’s.
January 1, 1970
It's encouraging to see Briercrest be an example in taking initiative toward a strong effort in seeking to understand Aboriginal people and their issues through the realm of education and other aspects...these are good positive steps...I commend Briercrest for that and the courage it displays to make the Aboriginal component in the Institution a vital part of its operations...with God and His help and guidance I foresee good things unfolding going forward...I'm encouraged, excited and engaged!!
I would be honored to be included in your Circle of influence Kallie..count me in...you are an influence!
We were then ready to share the “why” we are here – why we continue to be part of the game of hockey and why volunteer for our various roles.
Hearing the stories of why people volunteer brought us together as a group.
Board Member, Hockey Canada
Working with Kallie has been an honour and I look forward to a continued relationship with her to enhance Aboriginal engagement in our Province.
Kallie brings a message of compassion and hope to a broken world. Her desire to see and experience reconciliation in this nation drives her forward in creating Aboriginal awareness – to virtually everyone she meets. As an Aboriginal woman and leader, she has captured the attention of the most influential of leaders in North America – including politicians, theologians, Aboriginal Chiefs and elders.
I believe Kallie will continue to influence this nation – one story at a time! Ultimately her message is drawn from the Source of hope, peace, and forgiveness – her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Consultant/Coach/Facilitator with PJ Magnus Co
- Inspires people to help their community
- Speaks in order, has a purpose
- Nice to hear her story, that it is hers, she is not relating it about someone else
- Involves the audience
- Like the circle
- Talking stick (even though she forgot it)
Kallie’s story is ever mindful of the atrocious decisions made by our leaders of the past. However, we cannot dwell on the past, but work towards making this country, world of ours a better place. It is going to take the efforts of many like Kallie to reach our children, as they are our future.
Her passion for healing and reconciliation between First Nations Canadians and white Canadians is the driving force behind her total commitment to that end. She is a tremendous resource for anyone who shares the desire to bring all people into the unity of the Body of Christ. I look forward to working with her and being empowered by her passion.
generous approach in educating Canadians about its history with Aboriginal people is inspiring.
Kallie believes in the power of reconciliation. She uses her own story of the 60s scoop to teach others about the effects of the residential schools and helps raise awareness of the Aboriginal experience.
Because of her love of all Canadians, people listen to her and are encouraged to shift their thinking. This is what the Truth & Reconciliation
Commission set out to achieve: create shifts in thought. And Kallie Wood is a leader in shifting outdated beliefs.
Not only did Kallie provide day-of conference moderation, she also generously shared her insights and experience from working with Indigenous peoples across Canada. She is culturally sensitive, thoughtful and sincere in her engagement with Indigenous communities and all Canadians.
Without a doubt I confidently support Kallie in all the great work that she does across Canada. She is an inspiring Indigenous woman with an overwhelming ability to inspire human connection, reconciliation and hope.