God Planted Five Seeds

God Planted Five Seeds Thirteen years before the martyrdom of Jim Elliot and his friends by Auca Indians in Ecuador five members of New Tribes Mission laid down their while trying to reach the Ayore tribe of Bolivia with t

  • Title: God Planted Five Seeds
  • Author: Jean Dye Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Thirteen years before the martyrdom of Jim Elliot and his friends by Auca Indians in Ecuador, five members of New Tribes Mission laid down their while trying to reach the Ayore tribe of Bolivia with the Gospel of Christ These men were Cecil Dye, Bob Dye, Dave Bacon, George Hosback, and Eldon Hunter.God Planted Five Seeds was written by Jean Dye Johnson, widow of one of thThirteen years before the martyrdom of Jim Elliot and his friends by Auca Indians in Ecuador, five members of New Tribes Mission laid down their while trying to reach the Ayore tribe of Bolivia with the Gospel of Christ These men were Cecil Dye, Bob Dye, Dave Bacon, George Hosback, and Eldon Hunter.God Planted Five Seeds was written by Jean Dye Johnson, widow of one of the five martyrs It tells the story of how a permanent, friendly contact was established with that Ayore tribe and how the widows learned the truth concerning the death of the five men.

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  • I loved this book and was really quite amazed not to have heard of it before.In the early 1940's, five men traveled deep into the Bolivian jungle, the first group of missionaries sent out by New Tribes Mission to share the Gospel with the Ayore peopleThey didn't return to their anxious wives and children and what had happened to them remained a mystery for many years to comeThis is probably all sounding a bit familiar.but this is NOT the story of Jim Elliot and companions martyrdom at the hands [...]


  • “Here I am,” he began in understandable Spanish, “abáraro (barbarian) that has come from the jungles to tell you people who are civilized about Jesus Christ.”… Ecarai went on, “God’s Word is written in your language so that you can clearly understand it. And yet you do not receive it. We haven’t known the Gospel very long; yet what I do know I want to share with you of this wonderful truth.” Then in a few sentences Ecarai urged them to believe that Christ died to save them fro [...]


  • As others have observed, this story is very similar to the one immortalized in Elizabeth Elliott's classic, Through Gates of Splendor. I'm indebted to GR friend Natalie for bringing this lesser-known account to my attention. Although it is definitely written in a 1950's style, which I don't personally find riveting, it is nonetheless a compelling and very worthwhile read, about a handful of Americans who literally laid down their lives to follow Christ and preach His Gospel. We sure could use so [...]


  • All of the best true-adventure stories are about missionaries."God Planted Five Seeds" is not only an adventure, it's also a mystery.It tells the story of 11 young Christian missionaries who came to Bolivia in the 1940s with the desire to reach a previously unreached people group known as the Ayore. (There should be an accent over that 'e'.) After careful preparation, five of the men in the group journeyed into the jungle, seeking to make friendly contact with any Ayore settlement they could fin [...]


  • Great story of missionary service. Don't know how I had missed ever reading this book. But I have and I loved it.



  • I read this book as a child - it made such an impression on my, I remember it as a favorite book - now about 50 years later!


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