"God cares and has a plan. We just need to listen and obey, allowing Him to write the story." Steve Saint


"When I was a boy, I cried. But now I see it well." Steve Saint


"We learn lots more in the hard chapters than in the easy ones." Steve Saint

Steve Travels Back to the Jungles of Ecuador



Let God Write Your Story

When Steve Saint was five years old, his father and four other missionaries were killed in the jungles of Ecuador. Through this painful event, God started to write a beautiful story of redemption and forgiveness through a man that simply decided to let God be the author of his story.

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It's A Jungle Out There Podcast

It’s A Jungle Out There is an audio podcast by Steve documenting true stories from Mincaye’s adventures in in the United States. The stories are humorous and also contain valuable life lessons, making them a great listen for all ages. Every week a new episode will be released, so find out how you can receive notifications when they are released.

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Walking His Trail

Walking His Trail, written by Steve Saint and Ginny Saint, documents adventurous, inspiring stories of how God makes himself known through both the dramatic and the seemingly mundane events of life. While walking God’s trail all over the world, Steve has spotted the Creator’s hand at work in many significant life moments—from finding the love of his life to befriending the tribe that murdered his missionary father; from living in the Ecuadorian jungle to creating a major motion picture and presenting it before the United Nations.

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In 2013 Steve Saint speaks his experiences in dependency, since his accident last year, to illustrate the lessons he has learned on the mission field. Steve explains how instead of participating in the rehabilitation of a people, by letting them do things for themselves so they can grow, we often engage in de-habilitation, through doing things for people so that they don’t have a voice.

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