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In this sequel to Silver Wind, Peter Thompson takes his basketball team to the state tournament. The Cinderellas from the reservation discover that it's hard to keep the slipper on their foot. Coach Thompson's status as a hero is threatened when he gets involved in rescuing an abducted child, causing one of the native sons to be sent to the state penitentiary. As local and nearby protesters voice their opinion, people of influence in far away cities plot to derail the spiritual pow-wow that Peter has scheduled ...
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Silver Wind Pow-wow

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Overview

In this sequel to Silver Wind, Peter Thompson takes his basketball team to the state tournament. The Cinderellas from the reservation discover that it's hard to keep the slipper on their foot. Coach Thompson's status as a hero is threatened when he gets involved in rescuing an abducted child, causing one of the native sons to be sent to the state penitentiary. As local and nearby protesters voice their opinion, people of influence in far away cities plot to derail the spiritual pow-wow that Peter has scheduled for the reservation in June. In order to advertise and promote the pow-wow, the coach creates his own blog on the Internet. In doing research on Native American topics, Peter discovers a wealth of information, mostly concerning very discouraging legislative and judicial policies which point to an alarming loss of personal freedoms. After getting bogged down in trying to counter political processes, Peter realizes that fight needs to be left to those commissioned by God for that task, and his focus needs to remain on the spiritual aspect. He throws himself into preparing for a congregating of Native American tribes from all over the US in a move of God that hopefully will ignite a revival throughout the native populations and spill out from the reservations across America, preparing the children of God for the final showdown with God's enemies.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012464811
  • Publisher: Sword of the Spirit Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/9/2011
  • Series: Silver Wind , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 920 KB

Meet the Author

Donald James Parker is a native of South Dakota transplanted in Tennessee who has a heart for bridging the gap between generations, races, and idealogical sects through his twelve novels (and counting). Find out more at www.DonaldJamesParker.com
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