More Than the Sound of Many Waters
Faith Through the Pathways of the Sea
Imprint: Resource Publications
"More Than the Sound of Many Waters reconnects us to the importance of water for the existence of all humanity. No other people group knows just how delicate the circle of life is, and that water is truly more than sound and beauty, but a life source given by our Creator. The First Nations people knew how to live in harmony with God's creation and not to subdue it for its riches."
--Willie Jock, Reverend, Mohawk Nation Territory of Akwesasne, N.Y.
"This is a must-read book. Christine Graef weaves the living water of Christ into every part of our lives and the world around us. There is a natural ebb and flow to her writing which sweeps through the passages and chapters. Each chapter opens up more of God's word and allows us to connect in a deeper way. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and the journey. I will be recommending it to my congregation."
--Belle L. Burgoyne, Pastor, Teacher, Life in His Arms Community Church, North Lawrence, NY
"Water is the symbol and means of baptism, life, and cleansing. Today, the purity of the water itself is threatened and thousands of Native North American peoples have risen up in a place called Standing Rock to say 'Do not pollute our water with oil.' Graef is at the cutting edge of truth. Come, immerse yourself in this journey into contemporary issues and the ultimate outcome. You will be enlightened."
--Thom McDonald, President, The Great Peace Native Fellowship of Canada and USA