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Steve Saint was only five years old when his father was brutally killed by the most savage culture of people ever known. But in a story almost too amazing to be true, Steve came to know—and even love—the very men who had driven the spears into his father’s body.
In End of the Spear, Steve embarks on an adventure story that is part Indiana Jones, part love story, and part spiritual quest. Decades after the spearing, Steve and his family leave the United States to live among the Waodani. Striving to mesh these two worlds, Steve finally discovers the truth surrounding his father’s tragic death.
Also the inspiration for a major motion picture, Steve’s incredible true story is one of daunting challenges, agonizing losses, and thrilling rewards—all scripted by the One who weaves together the story of every life. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is a story almost too hard to beleive that it is true.Steve Saint is the son of martyred missionary Nate Saint who was killed by Waodani Warriors this book is about... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russe Johnston
I greatly enjoyed this book. I first watched the video, which was very good, but the book has so much more in it.Published 2 months ago by Judith Lowrance
This book is worth the reading! People actually giving up their lives for a godly cause!Published 2 months ago by adoniao
One of the most amazing stories of the love and forgiveness that comes through following Jesus Christ- the total devotion of these families to the Auca tribe of Equador is mind... Read morePublished 4 months ago by nkckathy
I thought the book was excellent. It gives a picture of what happened to the Auca's in the years that followed the loss of the five missionaries in 1956. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David F Bittle