Litefoot officially launched his new book “The Medicine of Prayer” on November 29th in snowy Morley, Alberta Canada with the Stoney Nakoda Nation.
Stoney Nakoda Tribal dignitaries were on hand to welcome Litefoot including Tony Snow the son of the late Stoney Chief John Snow and Chief David Bearspaw of the Bearspaw Band of the Stoney Nation. Chief Bearspaw thanked Litefoot for his work this year in spreading positivity and upliftment amongst the Stoney Nakoda Nation. Litefoot has been a consistent presence in Stoney Nakoda communities since June of this year where he has been involved in facilitating inspirational events with the Stoney Nakoda Nation to encourage sustainability of healthy lifestyles. His efforts seem to be working and Chief Bearspaw referred to Litefoot as, “…one of our own.”
After the welcome by Chief Bearspaw those in attendance were invited to enjoy a meal of stew, bannock and a variety of desserts.
While everyone was finishing their food, Litefoot began a talk that would last nearly an hour. In his speech he discussed the motivation in writing “The Medicine of Prayer” and encouraged those in attendance to make the right decisions in their lives thereby making the right decisions for the future of the Stoney Nakoda Nation.

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