Dayuma: Life Under Waorani Spears : a Tragedy that Shocked the World : a Vision that Refused to Die

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YWAM Pub., Sep 1, 1996 - Religion - 204 pages
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Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Pete Fleming, Roger Youderian, and Ed McCully chose to lay down their lives on a sandy beach in Ecuador. Their lives and sacrifice come full circle in the breathtaking true story of Dayuma.

Violent, unexpected death was a way of life for the mysterious Waorani tribe living deep in the Ecuadorian jungle. When her father is brutally speared, young Dayuma is faced with a clear yet frightening choice: flee to the outside world to those thought to be cannibals or stay in the jungle to face certain death from the spears of the tribal killers.

Dayuma: Life Under Waorani Spears is the unforgettable story of one girl's odyssey into the unknown. Her eventual encounter with Christ ultimately changed her life and forever altered the destiny of her people. Dayuma is a vivid, lasting testimony to the power of the love of God and the cross to reach beyond any barrier.

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Dayuma, Life under Waorani Spears is a Story of a missionary determined to tell the good news to the Small Waorani Tribe in the Ecuadorian Jungle. The Waorani, or Auca to the outside world, were ... Read full review


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