This is the thirteenth episode in Eric Ludy’s epic fall Daily Thunder series drawing on the boldness and bravery of the fearless missionary ventures to Irian Jaya (Papua New Guinea) during the twenty-five years from WW2 up until the massive harvest of souls in the 1960’s. In this episode he explores the rough beginnings of the man, Stanley Albert Dale. And then he demonstrates how that very “roughness,” that nearly suffocated Stanley in his childhood, was the very same “roughness” that worked a very real wonder, glory, and awe forever in the hearts of the tribal inhabitants of the Dark Mountains of Irian Jaya in the 1960’s.
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