Bruchko Themes

Bruce Olson
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Faith

Bruce leaves the United States with little more than the faith that he will be able to do God's will. He arrives in South America and is let down by the missionary who'd promised to meet him. When Bruce is faced with continued warnings to remain away from the Motilone tribe, he simply can't because he has faith that God is leading him there and that He will pave the way. That same faith is seen again and again. At one point, Bruce has only enough money to make it halfway to his destination. He confidently boards the train without any idea how he'll eat or make the second half of his journey. When the train is searched, Bruce is asked for identification. Having just come from a long stay in the jungle, he can't produce it and is taken into custody, fed and transported to his destination...

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