Nate Saint
Martyred Christian missionary to Ecuador
Nate Saint
Nathanael "Nate" Saint was an evangelical Christian missionary pilot to Ecuador who, along with four others, was killed while attempting to evangelize the Waodani people through efforts known as Operation Auca.
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'End of the Spear' compelling, incomplete missionary story - Reno Gazette Journal
Google News - over 5 years
It was a strategy that the son of the leader of the missionaries, Nate Saint (Chad Allen), found lacking. "We can't shoot the Waodani," Saint tells his son. "They are not ready for heaven. We are." Not surprisingly, the meeting didn't go well for them
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Astronautas llevan la historia de las misiones al espacio - PERUGOSPEL
Google News - over 5 years
El astronauta Patrick Forrester, técnico experto de la tripulación del Discovery que está en órbita ahora, lleva con él un pedazo de la caja de la batería perteneciente a la avioneta Piper PA-14 del piloto misionero martirizado Nate Saint
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Chautauquans complete third year in area - Rapid City Journal
Google News - over 5 years
... Ethan Updike as Davy Crockett, Wyatt Davidson as Michael Faraday, Hayley Maurer as Florence Nightingale, Laureli Tangwall as Harriet Tubman, Brooke Maurer as Annie Oakley, Roby Tangwall as Nate Saint, and Joseph Updike as Ronald Reagan
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Five die while beginning Ecuador mission in 1950s - Diboll Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
In 1955, four young missionaries from the United States, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Jim Elliot and Peter Fleming, who were working with the Quechas and Jivaros of the interior of Ecuador, were called to preach the Gospel to the Huaorani as well
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Evangelical Filmmakers Criticized for Hiring Gay Actor
NYTimes - about 11 years
Christian ministers were enthusiastic at the early private screenings of ''End of the Spear,'' made by Every Tribe Entertainment, an evangelical film company. But days before the film's premiere, a controversy erupted over the casting of a gay actor that has all but eclipsed the movie and revealed fault lines among evangelicals. The film relates
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FILM REVIEW; Waging War and Peace in the Amazon Basin
NYTimes - about 11 years
''End of the Spear,'' a fact-based story of conflict and resolution between a primitive warrior tribe in Ecuador and peace-seeking Christian missionaries (of unidentified denomination) from North America, is inspiring enough to make you wish that the filmmakers had reined in their sentimental excesses. Robert A. Driskell Jr.'s sumptuous
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