Rachel Saint: a star in the jungle [electronic resource] / Janet & Geoff Benge.
Series InformationChristian heroes, then & now.
- ISBN: 9781633898127 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
- ISBN: 1633898121 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 audio file (5hr., 37 min.)) : digital.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [United States] : YWAM Publishing : 2016.
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Read by Rebecca Gallagher.
Aboard the Aquitania, Rachel became aware of something strange happening to her. It was as if she were not on the deck of the ship anymore but was instead in a jungle clearing, looking at a group of brown-skinned, half-naked people. The people beckoned for her to come. Suddenly the scene vanished, and Rachel fell to her knees and prayed. When young Rachel Saint surrendered her life to God, she began an unimaginable journey that would span decades and radically transform a dying culture steeped in revenge. Against all odds, God would lead her to Ecuador's Waorani Indians - known as Aucas, or savages, and infamous for murder. Despite the martyrdom of five missionaries by Waorani spears, Rachel boldly persisted in following God. In one of the greatest testimonies to God's grace and power in our time, this pioneering Bible translator would live for two decades with her own brother's killers, for the joy of seeing them become brothers and sisters in Christ. (1914-1994)
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