Up to his chest in the black current of an underground river, Neil Anderson was just hitting his stride.
In the eerie light of flickering torches, the wild hunting party was bringing down giant fruit bats with blow darts and killing them with bare hands. The cave was full of yelling, splashing men, screaming bats, and deadly darts.
That's when Anderson calmly suggested wading across the underground lake . . . and the party of former cannibals fell deathly silent.
Within the depths of that subterranean lake in the heart of Papua New Guinea, Anderson would encounter a profound discovery . . . on of many discoveries that would change the Folopa people forever.
Through the compelling story of Bible translators Neil and Carol Anderson, we relearn something we may have forgotten . . . the raw power of God's Word to wrench human lives from darkness and flood the heart with light, understanding, and peace.
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