Meet The Author

Steven Charleston

Steven Charleston began his writing with only four other people as his audience. Today there are over 10,000 people who read his daily meditations and thousands more who have discovered him through RMP's flagship book, HOPE AS OLD AS FIRE.

Steven Charleston Native American elder, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation, and a bishop in the Episcopal Church.

Steven Charleston is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. He comes from a family with a long history of service in the Native American community. His great-grandfather and grandfather were both ordained pastors who preached in their native language in rural communities throughout the state. Following in their footsteps, Steven was ordained at Wakpala, South Dakota on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

Steven was the national director for Native American ministries in the Episcopal Church, a tenured professor of Systematic Theology at Luther Seminary, the Bishop of Alaska, and the President and Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Currently he teaches at the Saint Paul School of Theology at Oklahoma City University.

In 2014 Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, named a building after him to honor his work in inter-faith cooperation.

Today there are over 10,000 people who read his daily meditations on Facebook and thousands more around the world who read his books through RED MOON PUBLICATIONS.

The Bookshelf

Hope as Old as Fire Cloud Walking Climbing Stairs of Sunlight

Arrows of Light

Bishop of Mars The TAO of Mars


The Cover Art
Hope As Old As Fire, Cloud Walking, Climbing Stairs of Sunlight, Arrows of Light, Turn to the Wild Wind, Sanctuary of the Spirit
, The Bishop of Mars, and The TAO of Mars

Susan Charleston