Nate Saint (1923-191956) was a pilot and missionary who was killed on his last mission to Auca, Ecuador as he tried to bring the truth of God's Word to the elusive Auca tribe. On January 8, 1956 he and the other missionaries on his plane were martyred when the Auca tribesmen attacked them with spears. But this didn't stop the work of evangelism, many heard this story and became missionaries, or came to accept Christ. Includes facts on Ecuador, a timeline on Nate Saint's life and discussion questions.
On January 8, 1956, Nate Saint and some other missionaries flew to an area near an Auca village and landed at strip of sand that they had named Palm Beach. This was Nate's final flight for he and four other missionaries on the plane that day were martyred when tribesmen attacked with spears a few days later. Although this was Nate's last flight - it wasn't the end of his work. What he and the other martyred missionaries had done for the Kingdom of God convicted many to listen to God's call to mission. And the work of evangelism continued to the Aucas too. Many in that village came to accept Christ including several of the men who had thrown their spears on that terrible day.
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