Have you heard about the new movie End of the Spear? If not, let me tell you a little big about it.
End of the Spear is a major motion picture coming to theaters January 20th, 2006. This film is the dramatic representation of the true story seen in Beyond the Gates of Splendor. End of the Spear follows the life journeys of Mincayani, a Waodoni warrior who led a raid on five missionaries in 1956, and Steve Saint, son of missionary Nate Saint.
Mincayani grew up knowing he must spear and live or be speared and die. His family struggles to survive the cycle of revenge spearings that threaten their very existence. His encounter with five missionaries propels his tribe down a road that culminates in them not only departing from violence, but caring for the enemy tribe they once raided.
Steve Saint grew up knowing his father devoted his life to reaching a tribe in peril. Steve and his family continue the mission that began with his father, even though it could cost them everything. This film raises the questions: Is it possible to forgive someone who killed your loved one? Is it possible to have a family relationship with that person?
If you love missions and the gospel, please see this movie and tell all your friends to see it too.
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