Meet an Inuit Bishop

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 3 Comments

God is moving in the Arctic among the Inuit!

Last week we were teaching in the Arctic, in Inukjuak, Quebec, where there are no roads or trees.

Just snow, ice and rocks. The wind chill was -40 C most days.

But we were given a warm welcome by the wonderful people there.

Our host was Bishop Andrew Atagotaaluk.

This week I interview Bishop Andrew and he describes what it was like growing up in a traditional nomadic Inuit home in the high Arctic and how he became a Christian.

Click on the video and learn about a different culture.

Inukjuak Quebec


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Comments 3

  1. Thankyou, Grant for the opportunity to meeat and hear from your Bishop.
    It never ceases to amaze me how our bountiful God is able to create the right people for the right job in the right place, in His good time!

    I am not surprised that you were reluctant to pronounce his name.

    I would not even ATTEMPT to do so – and I have his name written right here in front of me!

    May our great God bless you and Kathy in the valuable work that God has called you to, in Quebec.
    May the precious blood of our Saviour, Jesus, flow over Bishop Andrew Atagotaaluk.and enable his work amongst his people to take root, to flourish, and in its turn, provide for the ongoing harvest.

    I will gladly conti nue to pray for you all.

  2. Brilliant footage. So inspiring to learn of other people’s experiences. May God’s grace continue to flow through you and Kathy. I found Bishop A…..very grounded in his search for truth and Jesus..Loved it. Keep up the great work for God. Thank you and loads of Blessings. My prayers remain with you all.

  3. Very Interesting. So much for the mandatory broccoli I have endured for some 70+ years.

    The presence of the gospel in this very remote part of the world and the testimony of the gracious man is a breath of fresh air while in the desert south west of Arizona, USA

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