Through Gates Of Splendor

📒Through Gates Of Splendor ✍ Elisabeth Elliot

✏Book Title : Through Gates of Splendor
✏Author : Elisabeth Elliot
✏Publisher : Hendrickson Publishers
✏Release Date : 2010-01-01
✏Pages : 277
✏ISBN : 9781598564693
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Through Gates of Splendor Book Summary : "Through Gates of Splendor is the true story of five young missionaries who were savagely killed while trying to establish communication with the Auca Indians of Ecuador. The story is told through the eyes of Elisabeth Elliot, the wife of one of the young men who was killed." --from the publisher.

📒Through Gates Of Splendor ✍ Elisabeth Elliot

✏Book Title : Through Gates of Splendor
✏Author : Elisabeth Elliot
✏Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
✏Release Date : 2015-01-30
✏Pages : 288
✏ISBN : 9781414328201
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Through Gates of Splendor Book Summary : Documents the lives of missionaries who sought to convert the Huao Indians of Ecuador.

✏Book Title : Woman of Contentment
✏Author :
✏Publisher : David C Cook
✏Release Date :
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : 1434704084
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Woman of Contentment Book Summary :

📒The Savage My Kinsman ✍ Elisabeth Elliot

✏Book Title : The savage my kinsman
✏Author : Elisabeth Elliot
✏Publisher : Servant Pubns
✏Release Date : 1981
✏Pages : 149
✏ISBN : 0892830999
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The savage my kinsman Book Summary : This story is true of Elisabeth Elliot, her three year old daughter Valerie, and Rachel Saint, the sister of one the murdered missionaries--the first ever to enter Auca territory and live to tell the story.

📒God In The Rainforest ✍ Kathryn T. Long

✏Book Title : God in the Rainforest
✏Author : Kathryn T. Long
✏Publisher : Oxford University Press
✏Release Date : 2019-01-22
✏Pages : 512
✏ISBN : 9780190609009
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏God in the Rainforest Book Summary : In January of 1956, five young evangelical missionaries were speared to death by a band of the Waorani people in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Two years later, two missionary women--the widow of one of the slain men and the sister of another--with the help of a Wao woman were able to establish peaceful relations with the same people who had killed their loved ones. The highly publicized deaths of the five men and the subsequent efforts to Christianize the Waorani quickly became the defining missionary narrative for American evangelicals during the second half of the twentieth century. God in the Rainforest traces the formation of this story and shows how Protestant missionary work among the Waorani came to be one of the missions most celebrated by Evangelicals and most severely criticized by anthropologists and others who accused missionaries of destroying the indigenous culture. Kathryn T. Long offers a study of the complexities of world Christianity at the ground level for indigenous peoples and for missionaries, anthropologists, environmentalists, and other outsiders. For the first time, Long brings together these competing actors and agendas to reveal one example of an indigenous people caught in the cross-hairs of globalization.

📒End Of The Spear ✍ Steve Saint

✏Book Title : End of the Spear
✏Author : Steve Saint
✏Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
✏Release Date : 2010-09-30
✏Pages : 368
✏ISBN : 1414341539
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏End of the Spear Book Summary : 2005 ECPA Retailer's Choice Award winner for best biography/autobiography! Steve Saint was five years old when his father, missionary pilot Nate Saint, was speared to death by a primitive Ecuadorian tribe. In adulthood, Steve, having left Ecuador for a successful business career in the United States, never imagined making the jungle his home again. But when that same tribe asks him to help them, Steve, his wife, and their teenage children move back to the jungle. There, Steve learns long-buried secrets about his father's murder, confronts difficult choices, and finds himself caught between two worlds. Soon to be a major motion picture (January 2006), End of the Spear brilliantly chronicles the continuing story that first captured the world's attention in the bestselling book, Through Gates of Splendor.

📒Shadow Of The Almighty ✍ Elisabeth Elliot

✏Book Title : Shadow of the Almighty
✏Author : Elisabeth Elliot
✏Publisher : Zondervan
✏Release Date : 1989-06-21
✏Pages : 272
✏ISBN : 9780060622138
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Shadow of the Almighty Book Summary : The bestselling account of the martyrdom of Jim Elliot and four other missionaries at the hands of the Auca Indians in Ecuador. New introduction by the author.

✏Book Title : 1956 Crimes Operation Auca List of Huaorani People Jim Elliot Mission Aviation Fellowship Rachel Saint End of the Spear Stev
✏Author : LLC Books
✏Publisher : Books LLC
✏Release Date : 2010-06
✏Pages : 110
✏ISBN : 1158220316
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏1956 Crimes Operation Auca List of Huaorani People Jim Elliot Mission Aviation Fellowship Rachel Saint End of the Spear Stev Book Summary : Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Operation Auca, List of Huaorani People, Jim Elliot, Mission Aviation Fellowship, Rachel Saint, End of the Spear, Steve Saint, Ed Mccully, Elisabeth Elliot, Nate Saint, Shell Mera, Roger Youderian, Dayuma, Bridge of Blood, Pete Fleming, Beyond the Gates of Splendor, Mincaye, Through Gates of Splendor, Declaration, Curaray River, Frank Drown, Arajuno, Shandia, We Rest on Thee. Excerpt: Operation Auca was an attempt by five Evangelical Christian missionaries from the United States to make contact with the Huaorani people of the rainforest of Ecuador. The Huaorani, also known by the pejorative Aucas (a modification of awqa, the Quechua word for "enemies"), were an isolated tribe known for their violence, against both their own people and outsiders who entered their territory. With the intention of being the first Christians to evangelize the previously unreached Huaorani, the missionaries began making regular flights over Huaorani settlements in September 1955, dropping gifts. After several months of exchanging gifts, on January 3, 1956, the missionaries established a camp at "Palm Beach", a sandbar along the Curaray River, a few miles from Huaorani settlements. Their efforts came to an end on January 8, 1956, when all fiveJim Elliot, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Peter Fleming, and Roger Youderianwere attacked and speared by a group of Huaorani warriors. The news of their deaths was broadcast around the world, and Life magazine covered the event with a photo essay. The deaths of the men galvanized the missionary effort in the United States, sparking an outpouring of funding for evangelization efforts around the world. Their work is still frequently remembered in evangelical publications, and in 2006 was the subject of the film production End of the... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=4190331

📒1956 In Ecuador ✍ Source Wikipedia

✏Book Title : 1956 in Ecuador
✏Author : Source Wikipedia
✏Publisher : University-Press.org
✏Release Date : 2013-09
✏Pages : 26
✏ISBN : 1230655034
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏1956 in Ecuador Book Summary : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Operation Auca, List of Huaorani people, Mission Aviation Fellowship, Jim Elliot, End of the Spear, Steve Saint, Rachel Saint, Ed McCully, Elisabeth Elliot, Shell Mera, Roger Youderian, Nate Saint, FIBA South American Championship for Women 1956, Dayuma, Pete Fleming, Bridge of Blood, Beyond the Gates of Splendor, Mincaye, Through Gates of Splendor, Declaration, Curaray River, Frank Drown, Arajuno, Shandia. Excerpt: Operation Auca was an attempt by five Evangelical Christian missionaries from the United States to bring the gospel to the Huaorani people of the rainforest of Ecuador. The Huaorani, also known by the pejorative Aucas (a modification of awqa, the Quechua word for "enemies"), were an isolated tribe known for their violence, against both their own people and outsiders who entered their territory. With the intention of being the first Christians to evangelize the previously uncontacted Huaorani, the missionaries began making regular flights over Huaorani settlements in September 1955, dropping gifts. After several months of exchanging gifts, on January 3, 1956, the missionaries established a camp at "Palm Beach," a sandbar along the Curaray River, a few kilometres from Huaorani settlements. Their efforts came to an end on January 8, 1956, when all five-Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Peter Fleming, and Roger Youderian-were attacked and speared by a group of Huaorani warriors. The news of their deaths was broadcast around the world, and Life magazine covered the event with a photo essay. The deaths of the men galvanized the missionary effort in the United States, sparking an outpouring of funding for evangelization efforts around the world. Their work is still frequently remembered in evangelical publications, and in 2006 was the subject of the film production End of the Spear. Several years after...

📒Operation Auc ✍ Source Wikipedia

✏Book Title : Operation Auc
✏Author : Source Wikipedia
✏Publisher : Books LLC, Wiki Series
✏Release Date : 2010-05
✏Pages : 114
✏ISBN : 1155831462
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Operation Auc Book Summary : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: List of Huaorani people, Mission Aviation Fellowship, Jim Elliot, End of the Spear, Steve Saint, Rachel Saint, Ed McCully, Elisabeth Elliot, Shell Mera, Roger Youderian, Nate Saint, Dayuma, Pete Fleming, Bridge of Blood, Beyond the Gates of Splendor, Mincaye, Through Gates of Splendor, Declaration, Curaray River, Frank Drown, Arajuno, Shandia. Excerpt: Operation Auca was an attempt by five Evangelical Christian missionaries from the United States to bring the gospel to the Huaorani people of the rainforest of Ecuador. The Huaorani, also known by the pejorative Aucas (a modification of awqa, the Quechua word for "enemies"), were an isolated tribe known for their violence, against both their own people and outsiders who entered their territory. With the intention of being the first Christians to evangelize the previously uncontacted Huaorani, the missionaries began making regular flights over Huaorani settlements in September 1955, dropping gifts. After several months of exchanging gifts, on January 3, 1956, the missionaries established a camp at "Palm Beach," a sandbar along the Curaray River, a few kilometres from Huaorani settlements. Their efforts came to an end on January 8, 1956, when all five-Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Peter Fleming, and Roger Youderian-were attacked and speared by a group of Huaorani warriors. The news of their deaths was broadcast around the world, and Life magazine covered the event with a photo essay. The deaths of the men galvanized the missionary effort in the United States, sparking an outpouring of funding for evangelization efforts around the world. Their work is still frequently remembered in evangelical publications, and in 2006 was the subject of the film production End of the Spear. Several years after the death of the men, the widow of Jim Elliot, Elisabeth, and the siste...