Spurred on by the death of their husband and brother, Elisabeth Elliot and Rachel Saint, quickly established a home among the Auca Indians. Rachel Saint, who worked for Wycliffe Bible Translators, was the older sister of Nate. Rachel and Elisabeth have become some of Christendom’s most beloved and well-known women missionaries. They have been an encouragement and challenge to woman in godliness, faithfulness and God’s purpose in world missions.
When asked her secret, Lillian replied, "There isn't any secret. I just stayed! I did not quit. I stayed with the work God gave me." Whatever God calls us to do, let's not become weary, "for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." Galatians 6:9
Rachel Saint, Jan 1914-Nov 1994, missionary and sister of Nate Saint. After the killing of her brother in Equador, she and Elizabeth Elliot moved to Equador, and lived with the tribe responsible, for killing her brother. They were determined in learning their language and teaching them about God's truth, so a tragedy like that would never happen again.
"God always gives His best to those who leave the choice with Him." Jim Elliot - In remembrance of Nathanael "Nate" Saint who was an evangelical Christian missionary pilot to Ecuador who, along with four others, was killed while attempting to evangelize the Huaorani people.