Mamma Stahl and the Butterfly Girl
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This story is not only about Mamma and Papa Stahl, trailblazers for Jesus in South America many years ago, but also about their work among the Indians and the little “butterfly” girl, Chave, whom they brought up as their own little girl.
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This story is not only about Mamma and Papa Stahl, missionaries who left the United States and went to South America, but also about their little ’butterfly’ girl, Chave, whom they brought up as their own little girl.
Chave’s father was a chief who brought her to Mamma and Papa Stahl so the witch doctor in his village couldn’t kill her. The Bible promises,’ In all things, God works for the good of those who love him.’ He did for Chave. He did for the Stahls. He did for the Indians of the South American countries where the Stahls worked. And He will for you!
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