Walking His Trail: Signs of God Along the Way

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 233 pages
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Steve Saint, author of the best selling autobiography End of the Spear (which sold over 100,000 copies and was made into a feature film), returns with a series of adventurous, inspiring stories of how God makes himself known through both the dramatic and the seemingly mundane events of life. While walking God's trail all over the world, Steve has spotted the Creator's hand at work in many significant life moments—from finding the love of his life to befriending the tribe that murdered his missionary father; from living in the Ecuadorian jungle to creating a major motion picture and presenting it before the United Nations. Sometimes triumphant, sometimes tragic, Steve's invariably thrilling tales are those of a born storyteller.
 

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Great read!

User Review  - Hannah - Christianbook.com

This is a captivating read, full of personal and poignant stories. Saint does a great job of showing how God has been at work throughout his life, and does not only focus on the well-known story of his father. He leaves the reader wanting to write his or her own story of God's work. Read full review

Im giving this for Christmas gifts

User Review  - Overstock.com

After reading this book I decided to buy lots of copies to give out as Christmas gifts. The author has written stories telling of Gods work in his life and the lives of his family and challenges the ... Read full review

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Contents

First chapter
1
Acknowledgments
231
Endnotes
233
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About the author (2007)

Author Steve Saint was born to missionary parents in Ecuador on January 30, 1951. He received a B. A. in economics from Wheaton College. He founded I-TEC (Indigenous Peoples Technology and Education Center). His written works include The Great Omission, End of the Spear, and Walk His Trail. He also appeared in and narrated the documentary film Beyond the Gates of Splendor.

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