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Overview 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.
Publishers Description 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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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.08" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1414313764 ISBN13 9781414313764
Availability 0 units.
More About Steve Saint & Ginny Saint
Saint was born and raised in South America. He has been a businessman, missionary, pilot, builder, designer, Certified Financial Planner, speaker, and writer. He is the son of a missionary martyr and has become "family" to the tribe who killed his father.
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The Saga Continues Apr 6, 2009
Walking His Trail: Signs of God along the Way The story of the missionaries who lost their lives witnessing to the Waodani has stayed with me though I read it years ago. After End Of The Spear came out, I wanted and needed to know more. Steve Saint and his wife renew the original story and share their own in an easy to read way. "I can see it well" the lives of three generations of committed people entwined by the love of Christ and the mission to spread His love and message of freedom and salvation to the world.
Loved this book... Nov 23, 2008
I love to read fiction so very seldom do I read anything other than a novel. But I'm familiar with the work and ministry of Steve and Ginny Saint so I bought this for my husband, who reads more of this type of book. One day I picked it up and just read the first chapter to see what it was all about and my husband had to fight to get it until I had finished the entire book. So I had just returned the book to my husband and a friend stopped by for a visit of a few days. He picked up the book and got hooked and wasn't finished when he had to leave so I gave it to him. I ordered my husband another copy and he finally had his own book long enough to finish reading it. This book is so fascinating and good because it's real people writing of real things that have happened to them throughout their lives. They give all the credit to God's intervention in these episodes and your faith will be stronger as they share their stories with you. They share how God does not always answer our prayers the way we think He should, but he always answers them and either right away or with time we see that He had the best answer! As I was reading I began to recall times in my life where I could see God's hand...some things that seem to "just happen" are not chance or luck because the situation and circumstances are too complicated to have such a perfect outcome. I was beginning to think I should start writing down some of the events that have happened to me where I know in my "knower" that it was GOD who divinely ordered the circumstances and provided for my need or gave me direction and help. Then towards the end of the book the Saints encourage the reader to do just that - recall God's intervention in their lives. Remembering God's help in our lives along the way encourages us as we face something new. Whether the reader is a person of faith or not, it's a great read and flows easily and never is boring. By the end of the book I would hope that anyone already a believer in Jesus Christ will feel encouraged about facing life and the challenges it brings and anyone who is not already a believer in Jesus will consider giving God a chance in their life to prove He is real and a loving and caring God. What better way to face the uncertainty of the future than to draw strength to go forward as we stop and look back down the trail we've already walked and realize how God has been with us every step.
Seeing the heart of one who walks with God May 23, 2008
This book was a great blessing! I had just read At the End of the Spear, and happened across this book. I was so touched by the stories and by how a heart for God enabled the Saints to see God's hand in so many circumstances. I am buying it for friends.
Honest storytelling, like having a cup of coffee with a good friend Mar 3, 2008
This book reminds me of the "Listening is an Act of Love" book and premise. Steve and Ginny are simply telling us, like good friends around a kitchen table, some of their life stories. What makes this book readable and unforgettable, is that the Saints have some of the most amazing stories of any family I've ever known. They have not had an easy life, just a faithful life. And God has not answered all of their prayers the way they first asked, yet He is so obviously leading, guiding, redeeming, transforming, and using this family to reach many other people with their testimony of faith in trials.
Truly a gifted writer and a wonderful story Feb 12, 2008
Honestly, I haven't read a good book like this in many years, whatever the subject, and I'm an avid reader. From the very introduction the writer captured my attention completely, to the point of going back to the beginning and reading the intro three times. The whole book is just wonderful. Images don't stop creating in my head of the scenes described here. I seem to breathe the same air Steve and Ginny breathe along their travels.
Gripping, heartfelt, honest, down-to-earth life stories, but amazingly well narrated. What is the book about? Believe me, if you like good storytelling, read this. But if I should say, I'd say it's the amazing life experiences this man Steve and his wife had along their lives together. A lot of coincidences from the point of view of the agnostic; a lot of miracles, if we understand them as the acts of God in one's life.
I am very thankful to my friend Ed for recommending this book to me. Atheists really don't know what amazing blessings they are missing by walking alone. (Isn't it amazing someone would rather choose to go to hell than to Heaven out of spite?). And Christians need to pay more attention to those signs of His presence. It can be a truly delicious and exciting journey. As a side note, I had to feel some envy at all Americans for the great country they are part of. Seeing the variety of options in life, of possibilities and freedoms to do what they chose with their lives is just awe inspiring. Truly an American is closer to Heaven than anywhere else in the world, however far this may be.