WHERE THE EARTH ENDS Stone Age People Tell Their Story This book is a collection of six first-person true stories. They take you into the world of individuals emerging from the Stone Age who live on the island of New Guinea. A boy, the only son of a war-chief, refuses his heritage. He meets a strange being who bursts into his world, a missionary, and begins to follow Jesus. In midlife our hero becomes the church leader of thousands of people, a chief far greater than his father. A six-year old girl is the only child of her parents when they become missionaries to a distant tribe. Rebels capture them, forcing them to walk three days into the jungle where there is no food. God delivers them in an amazing fashion. The book is ideal for adults and for use in home and Christian school curricula. Heroes emerge from a foreign culture. Anthropology, history and geography unfold with the telling of these captivating stories. Each chapter concludes with a Bible lesson and devotional thought. Families with children may choose to read the book together at the story hour. Adults may enjoy reading one chapter each day. Ever wondered if your involvement in world missions is worth the effort? This book provides an answer to this question you will never forget Dr. Peter N. Nanfelt, former President of The Christian and Missionary Alliance Families, adult Bible classes, Christian schools and home-schoolers will find these stories life-changing. I know they changed mine. Mary Dallenbach-Teacher/Worship Leader at Vacaville Christian School, California ALICE GIBBONS, with her husband Don, worked with The Christian and Missionary Alliance among the tribal people of Papua, Indonesia for over 40 years. Her first book, The People Time Forgot, published by Moody Press, tells the full and almost unbelievable true story of the Damal people.