Jungle Pilot : The Story of Nate Saint, Martyred Missionary to Ecuador
Author: Russell T. Hitt
Publisher: Discovery House
296Pages / Publication Date: 20161201
About The Author:
Stephen Saint was born in Quito, Ecuador, to Nate and Marj Saint—the middle of three Saint children (between Kathy and Phil). He was four years old when his father was killed by the Waodani Indians. When Steve was ten, Marj took her family to live in a Waodani village. After going to high school in Quito, Steve attended and graduated from Wheaton College. Steve and his wife, Ginny, have four children. Steve and Ginny took the family to Ecuador in the 1990s, where they lived with the Waodoni people. Later he founded I-TEC, a company that seeks to help indigenous people use technology to become independent.
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