Flying soon captured Nate's (1923-1956) heart. His air-service ministry to isolated missionaries put him on a path of destiny that would ultimately end with a final airplane flight with four missionary friends to the "Palm Beach" landing strip in the jungles of Ecuador. The men's lives given that day not only opened a door to the gospel for the unreached "Aucas"; it has been said that possibly no single event of the twentieth century awakened more hearts to God's call to serve in missions.
Made me cry.
Listened to this while reading "Through Gates of Splendor" (well, not at the same time! Concurrently.) Those Saints are something else. I'm going to listen to Rachel Saint's story next and Steve Saint's bio.