(Christian Institute) — The remarkable story of Christian missionary Jim Elliot has been told afresh by his daughter in a BBC feature.
Elliot was killed in 1956 by members of a previously unreached tribe in Ecuador.
He had traveled there with a group of other missionaries in order to share the gospel.
Elliot’s daughter Valerie told the BBC: “My father and the other four missionaries definitely knew it was dangerous, but they were willing to give up their lives in order for the Huaorani to know the truth.”
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