Stephen Farris Saint (born January 30, 1951) is an Ecuadorian-born business entrepreneur, pilot, and author. He is known for being the son of Nate Saint, a famous missionary pilot, as well as for his own work among indigenous tribes.
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video January 1, 2006
From Randy Alcorn's 50-minute interview with Steve Saint and Mincaye, regarding God's work through the deaths of the five missionaries in Ecuador.
The End of the Spear Controversy: Mart Green and Steve Saint Offer Answers
article February 21, 2006
ChristianityTodayMovies.com included some excerpts from the following statements in their article.
To the Ends of the Earth
article January 11, 1991
For years I’d thought Timbuktu was just a made-up name for “the ends of the earth.” When I found out it was a real place in Africa, I developed an inexplicable fascination for it. It was in 1986 on a fact-finding trip to West Africa for Mission Aviation Fellowship that this fascination became an irresistible urge. Timbuktu wasn’t on my itinerary, but I knew I had to go there. Once I arrived, however, I discovered I was in trouble.