The first two or three chapters were less interesting than the rest, so give yourself time to get into this book. Bruchko is the story of a 19 year old with no training. Bruchko is an autobiographical book by Bruce Olson, telling the story of his work as a Christian missionary with the Motilone Barí Indians, an indigenous tribe in. books — voters. Bruchko by Bruce Olson Peace Child by Don Richardson God’s Smuggler by Brother Andrew Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth.

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Paperbackpages. Unlike almost any other missionary story I have read.

This venture was nothing but an uphill battle as Bruce worked tirelessly to gain the trust and acceptance of the tribe. The Motilones, a murderous tribe no less! Having support here in earth should not change how we serve God. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Preview — Bruchko by Bruce Olson. You feel the emotions while reading this; the struggle of a man to remember his calling.

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Although I was required to read this book, I would definetly read it again and reccomend this book to I really enjoyed this book. Bruce Olson has given readers a gift in Bruchko.

Boo covers most of us. Willing to have to suspend your credulity for a little while?

By using their idioms and heritage, Olson provides a message that becomes not only relevant to them, but transformative. After some time he was able to learn their language and lived among them as a brother. The boys love stories of missionaries, especially teenagers. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Bruce came near death many times, experienced “shunnning” from other missionaries. They sing those weird, wailing songs that are all out of tune and don’t make sense. There are many culturally and spiritually bruchkp lessons to be learned from this powerful and engaging story.


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Views Read Edit Bookk history. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Read reviews that mention bruce olson south america young man amazing story highly recommend true story read this book jesus christ bruce olsen holy spirit year old must read great book years ago recommend this book motilone indians stone age south american ever read mission field.

But what he brychko by trial and error has revolutionized then world of missions. Apr 06, Sam Brown rated it it was amazing. Now, I AM a missionary – and I just read it to my kids and realized that the book was much deeper than I realized in my youthfulness.

What wonders God had done after the years of patience he had.

Bruchko is the story of how God used a nineteen year old boy to redeem an entire people group. If it weren’t for Jesus, there would be no struggle. This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat I really enjoyed this book. Bruce went to reach the Motilone indians with God backing him up Lists with This Book.


Oct 18, Jason D’Souza rated it it was amazing Shelves: Bruchko is so easy to read, thought provoking, and riveting that people of all ages and backgrounds will enjoy it. Bruce Olson is a modern missionary hero who has modeled for us in our time the reaching of the unreached boo. Eventually, Bruce, or Bruchko, as the Indians called him, became a beloved brother to these people.

Nov 13, Matias Toivainen rated it it was amazing.

View all 3 comments. He later feels a distinct calling from God to move to South America and share his faith with a tribe called the Motilone near the border of Colombia and Venezuela, despite warnings about their unmatched violence and killings. Though he didn’t have any training, he already taught himself Greek, Hebrew, and Latin so he could understand old Biblical texts on a higher level and set off at the age of 19 to Venezuela, SA where he learned Spanish. As described in this book, Bruce allowed God to come to the Motilone brucchko work in their hearts, rather than force God upon them.

The first two or three chapters were less interesting than the rest, so give yourself time to get into this book. His first book, Bruchko, has sold more thancopies worldwide.