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From horrible situation to wonderful outcome

I met with two of the curators, Chet and Katie and they told me the story of how the families of... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2018
lapsrus
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Irvine, CA
Wonderful historical home with exhibits

We were a group of fifteen people that visited the Nate Saint House. The facility is small and can... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
Justin C
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Santa Clarita, California
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30 Jun 2018
“From horrible situation to wonderful outcome”
22 May 2016
“Wonderful historical home with exhibits”
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Highway to Puyo, across from airpot, Shell 160252, Ecuador
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Reviewed 30 June 2018

I met with two of the curators, Chet and Katie and they told me the story of how the families of murdered missionaries turned the whole community around from revenge killings to cooperation. Time well spent.

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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

We were a group of fifteen people that visited the Nate Saint House. The facility is small and can be toured in an hour. There are many artifacts displayed and a docent to tell the story of the missionaries. They have some replica artifacts to...More

Thank Justin C
Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

When I was small, I had read books about Jim Elliot & 4 other missionaries who lost their lives in the Ecuadorian jungle. Finally, I visited. If you are traveling from Banos/Ambato to Puyo, it is after the 'terminal' or stop-off point for passengers in...More

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Reviewed 28 September 2015

We visited this house as part of a mission trip with a group of 12. There is lots of good information here about the Saint family and their experiences with the Waodani tribe. I especially enjoyed the items for sale made by the different tribes...More

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