In this missionary classic, Don Richardson shares the story of how he and his wife risked their lives to share Christ with the cannibalistic Sawi people of New Guinea. Discover how they reached the hearts of these people, and be inspired to communicate Christ in a meaningful way.In this missionary classic, Don Richardson shares the story of how he and his wife risked their lives to share Christ with the cannibalistic Sawi people of New Guinea. Discover how they reached the hearts of these people, and be inspired to communicate Christ in a meaningful way.Read Less
The most unlikely Christians: headhunter cannibals
"Thank you" shouted a thousand times from a thousand Sago thatched rooftops would not be enough to recommend this book to you. Having worked for Gospel Light for over a decade made me certainly familiar with this book that was first published in the 70s but for whatever reason I never got around to reading it. What was I thinking? I loved this book from cover to cover and did not want it to end. Don Richardson is a terrific story teller and writer. The story flows and is very compelling as I learned all about the conversion of the Sawi cannibal tribe of Irian Jaya. His discovery, explanation and illustration of God's thumbprint of a redemptive analogy in this culture will blow you away. I left this book with my mouth wide opened as I search my shelves for the other books Richardson has written. I have read thousands of books and this one is firmly in my top ten! Read this book. Live this book by finding the redemptive analogies in your own culture that God may use for His glory.
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