Today I had the honor of interviewing Gordie and Nancy Hunt, they spent their lives as missionaries in Paraguay. We discussed their work in creating a written language for a tribe who had none, so that they could share the Gospel in God's Word to them. Below is a timestamped outline of the interview.

TS 00:01:20 - Three part interview with Jim Osman: 

Part 1 -


Part 2 -


Part 3 -


TS 00:01:40 - Testimonies

TS 00:19:00 - What kept this tribe so secluded?

TS 00:21:00 - Have they kept their culture over the years?

TS 00:21:47 - Were they grateful for you creating a written language from their language?

TS 00:25:00 - What caused them to be so welcoming?

TS 00:29:00 - What religion did they hold when you got there?

TS 00:31:00 - How long did it take before they began to understand the Gospel?

TS 00:33:00 - Did it make a big difference once you had the first few believers who could then go and share the Gospel within the tribe?

TS 00:47:00 - Did you do hunting/gathering with them?

TS 00:56:00 - Do you have any stories of conversions while you were missionaries?

TS 01:03:30 - Any advice for what not to do as a missionary?

TS 01:06:00 - How can we better serve missionaries today?

TS 01:08:00 - Are these tribes struggling with the same issues we do with technology?

TS 01:09:30 - What could we send our missionaries to be a blessing to them?

TS 01:11:00 - When you retired and returned to the states did you find the church here had changed?

TS 01:14:40 - How do you feel about pineapple on pizza?

TS 01:16:40 - Heartcry Missionary Society:

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