Nate Saint: Heavenbound

Front Cover
YWAM Publishing, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
3 Reviews
From the moment Nate young Nate Saint (1923-1956) took his first flight in an airplane, flying captured his heart. When he grew up, Nate flew his own plane over the jungles of Ecuador, helping missionaries reach isolated peoples with God's great love. Although Nate and his friends lost their lives trying to befriend the feared Acua Indians, God made Nate's dream for the Aucas come true.

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review  - Homeschool Mom -

I was concerned that the rhyming aspect would be too silly for my kids (Kindergarten and 2nd grade), but they were spellbound. They absolutely LOVED the Heroes for Young Readers and the Activies that ... Read full review

Not suitable for studying missionaries biographies

User Review  - Lana Shiyka -

Although colorful and well put together - the book is really a one long poem, which doesn't seem to be a good choice for studying any missionary biography. It didn't specify in description that it was ... Read full review

Selected pages

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information