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Mission to the HeadhuntersHow God's Forgiveness Transformed Tribal Enemies

Mission to the Headhunters

How God's Forgiveness Transformed Tribal Enemies

Frank Drown and Marie Drown
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Suspicion, hatred and killing was what marked the Shuar and Atshuar Indians. The first missionaries in the Ecuadorian Rainforest Frank & Marie were committed to bringing about life changes in these tribes by seeking to communicate forgiveness of sin and new life which could be found in Christ. Frank and Marie Drown prepared the way for Jim Elliott, Nate Saint and their colleagues. Frank was the person who discovered their bodies.

Frank Drown

About Frank Drown

Frank and Marie Drown were missionaries in Ecuador for thirty-seven years. During that time they saw huge changes as they reached the Indians with the Gospel.

Marie Drown

About Marie Drown


  • Authors: Frank Drown and Marie Drown
  • Release Date: November 2009
  • Pages: 384
  • Format: Trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130
  • ISBN: 9781857927214
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: History & Biography > Biography > Biography & Autobiography
  • Series: Biography


For anyone who enjoys adventure, this is a book to make one's blood pressure rise. For those who are interested in missions it is must reading. For young people, it is an inspiration to see how God takes people and leads them into paths they did not dream existed when they follow His call to service.

Christian Observer

"Few people know missions from the inside out the way Frank and Marie Drown do. Mission to the Headhunters captures their commitment and passion for reaching a lost world with the Gospel. The message of this book is greatly needed by today's generation."

Don Hawkins, Pastor, Author, Former Co-Host of Back to the Bible Broadcast, President of Southeastern Bible College, Birmingham, Alabama
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