Don Richardson

In 1962, Don Richardson and his wife Carol and their seven-month-old baby went to work among the Sawi tribe of what was then Dutch New Guinea. Living with them in virtual isolation from the modern world, the Richardsons set about learning the native Sawi language which was daunting in its complexity. The Sawi were known to be cannibalistic headhunters. Following his 15 years of missionary service with these tribal peoples under World Team, Don Richardson now travels around the world on behalf of Christian missions. He has authored five books including the best-selling Peace Child, Lords of the Earth, and Eternity in Their Hearts.

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Don Richardson
To be born again! Is it a New Testament concept merely? Why is it that the native Asmat people of Papua New Guinea responded not only with...
Don Richardson
The salvation of all nations hinges on us and our understanding of what it mean to be a "whole covenant Christian", receiving and then...
Don Richardson
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son ..." (John 3:16). From Israel to India world missions are God's own work....