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Publisher Description

2005 ECPA Retailer's Choice Award winner for best biography/autobiography!
Steve Saint was five years old when his father, missionary pilot Nate Saint, was speared to death by a primitive Ecuadorian tribe. In adulthood, Steve, having left Ecuador for a successful business career in the United States, never imagined making the jungle his home again. But when that same tribe asks him to help them, Steve, his wife, and their teenage children move back to the jungle. There, Steve learns long-buried secrets about his father's murder, confronts difficult choices, and finds himself caught between two worlds. Soon to be a major motion picture (January 2006), End of the Spear brilliantly chronicles the continuing story that first captured the world's attention in the bestselling book, Through Gates of Splendor.

Biographies & Memoirs
September 27
Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Tyndale House Publishers

Customer Reviews

luv’n life ,

This changed my life

Being touched by the lives of people who had before followed a path filled with anger, hatred and violence, and who now follow God’s path leading to love, forgiveness, and peace, I have come to understand that all things happen for God’s Devine purpose. We may not understand why God allows so much plain for his children and for those following his will, but we have to trust that God will never leave our side and will instead walk with us through whatever valley or storms we may have to travel through. We know that our reward is waiting for us and we shall see our creator one day when our purpose on this earth is fulfilled.

Hirum Thomas ,


This is the moving story about a terribly violent event in history that was part of God's tapestry woven to yield powerful results. Truly, if one person's life (or death) leads another into a relationship with Christ, that life was not in vain.

Rayadoman ,


This book, in my opinion, is such an amazing testimony of the work of God! I was familiar with the Jim Elliott story prior to reading this book and had seen the movie The End of the Spear, but, like most movies, many details were left out of the movie. Definitely worth reading!