Walking with the Waodani

Our friends at Home School Adventure Co. have a great new resource that we are previewing for you today:  Walking with the Waodani, a unit study that will introduce your family to some of the most amazing people and places, meals and markets, animals and agriculture, and worlds and worldviews of the country of Ecuador — as experienced through the eyes of a homeschool graduate.

Read the story of the five martyred missionaries of Operation Auca. Hear how Jesus transformed a savage killer into a humble evangelist — and fostered a deep and abiding love between a young man and the warrior who murdered his father. Review an exotic recipe for giant grubs, and learn about a stealthy, blood-sucker and other jungle creatures. This study is filled with stunning photographs and exciting stories, notebooking pages, creative writing, and much more!

Our freebie for you today is Lesson One of this excellent Unit Study. Click here to go to the download page for this content-rich 28 page PDF!

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT WALKING WITH THE WAODANI

“Do you want your children to have a heart for missions? Walking with the Waodani is a great way to let them see the grandest adventure of all – being a conduit of God’s grace to the ends of the earth. History, geography, creative writing, and worldview studies will make parents happy — and anacondas, grubs, and piranha will spice it up for the kids. But everyone will finish up with a deeper understanding of Ecuador … and of grace and truth. This is a study your boys, especially, will love!” —Hal & Melanie Young, authors of Raising Real Men

“As one who has led numerous missions trips to various nations, and so I often look for books to promote interest in missions in families, Walking With the Waodani is unique. Author Stacy Farrell has turned the story into a fascinating course of study that will bring many a student back to the book again and again. With a collection of outstanding illustrations and numerous study questions and helps, here’s a book that is likely to stir interest in gospel mission work even among families that have not been captured by the subject before.” —Dennis Gundersen, President, Grace and Truth Books

 

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