The Classic Tale of Eternal Love Conquering Ancient Fears
In Papau’s remote Snow Mountains lived the Yali, a tribe of cannibalistic warriors who called themselves the “lords of the earth.” In their remote mountain–walled valleys, no one dared challenge their authority, yet they lived in perpetual terror and bondage to the kembu spirits they served. When Stanley Dale and Bruno de Leeuw, two remarkably different men with a single heart for the Yali people, dared enter this rugged and unforgiving land, they little knew what chilling hazards awaited them. As they and their companions engaged in a bloody life–or–death struggle to bring the light of the gospel to this people filled with aggression and fear, they learned at what cost the Yali would at last know the love of their Redeemer.
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