He is an American pioneer, growing up in the American colonies in the early 1700s. David Brainerd knows the struggles of settling on a brand-new continent. He also knows that God has a plan for his life. He wants to be a minister, but he won't be giving any sermons from the pulpit because God leads him on the greatest adventure of his life, bringing the story of Jesus to the first Americans.
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