A crowd of curious Oji-Cree youngsters watches carefully—and eventually some of them ask to help—as an elder cuts up moose meat from the autumn hunting season at Kingfisher Lake, Ont. It is traditional practices such as this that are handed down from one generation to another among First Nations peoples. The older generation among several Cree communities in Canada is hopeful that their traditional heart languages will be sustained and love for God strengthened, thanks to the Cree Initiative Bible translation project.
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