First Nations Celebration Concert and BBQ.
Saturday April 4th, 4:30 to 8:00 p.m.
3155 S. Diamond Drive, Chandler, AZ 85286
Free food and refreshments! Bring the entire family.
BBQ begins about 4:30 with the RainSong concert at about 6:00 p.m.
Our friend Lynn Becker is hosting this outdoor event at her home to connect us with our Arizona friends.
Please! Get the word out!
Bring your own chairs!
More info? Any questions just email email@example.com
Directions: from the corner of McQueen Rd. and Queen Creek Rd. go...
First Nations Celebration Concert and BBQ.
It has been 24 day since we left our home in Fort Wayne. Today we are in Vancouver Washington on our way to the Seattle area.
On our trip West we stopped in Monahans Texas. The two meetings there were a great time of healing and renewal. We met a couple of local Native Americans and were able to encourage them in the Lord. Several people received a touch from the Holy Spirit and some were healed. As a group we...
ALL COLORS TOGETHER GATHERING AND CAMP-OUT JUNE 26-28 2009
This event is free to all but there will be a $15.00 camping fee per tent/family.
Primitive Camping with no electricity or water at tent sites.
Buy your own food from the vendors or bring your own.
Sponsored by All Colors Council (RainSong and Recon Ministries)
The All Colors Council invites you to a weekend of learning, storytelling and dancing.
Bringing cultures together from a Native American perspective.
There will be food and craft vendors, workshops...
We have discovered a new tool to connect us with our friends and supporters - Facebook.
We are encouraging all of RainSong's friends, supporters, and prayer partners to start connecting with us through Facebook. Terry and Darlene both have their own profile pages and RainSong Music and Storytelling has a fan page.
The catch is you have to sign up with Facebook (free) to connect this way. We are sorry we waited so long! We have been able to rediscover old friends...
On January 23rd we bundled up in our parkas, and big heavy mittens and headed across the frozen tundra, known as Indiana and Illinois, across the Mississippi river to Argyle Iowa to attend the inter-tribal winter gathering of the Standing Bear Council.
The weather was freezing cold but the fellowship was warm and inviting. We have been traveling for several years to meet with these folks and dance our prayers and eat fry bread.
We spent Saturday meeting new friends...
Please pray for us as we travel again!
On February 23rd we plan on going on the road for a three and a half month ministry tour.
We will drive to the Valley of the Sun (Phoenix area) first and then on March 2nd we fly to Portland Oregon for three weeks in Oregon and Washington, Federal Way near Seattle, Yakima, Goldendale, Scio, Warm Springs, and possibly the Tulalip Reservation at the Glory Barn.
We would then return to Arizona and continue...
RainSong will be leading worship and providing a concert at the Annual Native Life Celebration of the Foursquare Churches. This year it will be held in Federal Way Washington, South of Seattle on March 20 – 22. We hope you can come and dance your prayers with us!
The Saturday Concert is free to the public, 6:30-9:00 Saturday - Native Music Concert featuring RainSong (dancers welcome).
You can download a brochure and flyer from our .mac website. Click the link below...
RainSong will be sharing our music and storytelling. Please pray that the Creator will send His Spirit to heal and touch all who attend.
2009 STANDING BEAR COUNCIL - ANNUAL WINTER GATHERING
A FREE, FAMILY-ORIENTED EVENT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
SATURDAY, JAN. 24 TH
6:00-11:00 A.M. Argyle Fire Department Breakfast AT FIRE DEPARTMENT
9:00- 9:30 A.M. Flag Ceremony and Grand Entry
9:30-11:30 A.M. HOST DRUM: SPIRIT OF THE RAINBOW SINGERS. EMCEE: JERRY
BAKER. NATIVE AND INTER-TRIBAL (EVERYONE WELCOME) DANCING. RANDOM PRIZE MONEY.
We are writing today from Charleston West Virginia on our way to Greensboro and Butner North Carolina. On Monday we are providing a concert at the Butner Correctional facility for the Native American inmates. Originally we were scheduled to go there in November during the Native American Heritage month but as most of you know we had to cancel that trip because Terry ended up in the hospital.
We rescheduled the concert that was originally requested by Native American inmates at...
A couple of days ago we received an email from our friend Elizabeth who along with Ian were our hosts in Scotland during our visit there in August. She shared a surprising story with us about a special phone call. But before we tell you about that we need to fill you in on one of the interesting happenings while we were in Scotland.
The four of us were in Glasgow making a connection with a Scottish music group called Clanadonia. ...
On December 5-8 we went to Denver at the invitation of the Denver Christian Indian Center. We flew in on Friday morning and drove to the Christian Indian Center where they were having a Christmas Bazaar. There were many Navajos selling jewelry and art objects as well as many Christmas decorations. The big draw was the traditional food, Mutton stew and Navajo Tacos. We spent several hours with the pastor Richard Silversmith and his sister Darlene Silversmith who is the...
Dear Friends of Rainsong,
Terry's recovery has been going well. However on Friday Nov 28th Terry developed a fever and had to go to the VA Hospital to be checked out. He was admitted for the weekend for tests and monitoring which is a precaution after a cardiovascular procedure. They discovered Terry had some kind of infection and gave him antibiotics. He responded well and was released on Monday to go home and has been cleared by the cardiologist to travel...
Today we are writing to you from Wadsworth Ohio. This has been our home base for the last week. We apologize for not communicating very well but our own email has been out of reach during this time. Terry and I wanted to send out a quick update to let you know how your prayers are being answered.
For those of you who hadn’t heard… We left home on November 11 for a two-week ministry trip first to Ohio, then Buffalo New...
Please pray for us as we hit the road again. In between these dates we plan to work on our new projects in our home studio.
Please check out our online calendar at http://ical.mac.com/WebObjects/iCal.woa/wa/default?d=2&u=rainsongmusic&v=1&y=2008&m=10&n=RainSong%20Itenerary.ics
Wednesday Nov 12 7:00 PM, Lighthouse Christian Fellowship, 1287 Massillon Rd. Millersburg, OH 44654. Contact Phone: 330-674-2748 Pastor Larry Hasemeyer. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday-Sunday, Nov 15-17 2008, RainSong will be sharing our music and message at the 2008 First Nations Gathering at Tree of Life Native...
A couple of years ago we were sharing our music and message at the Believer’s Church in Rialto California. This was shortly after the Azusa Street Centennial meetings. At the end of the meeting a young man came up to Terry and asked him to hold out his hands. He then tied his hands together with a belt and said, “You are bound for Jerusalem”.
Over the next couple of years many other people also told us we should go to...