They took the Good News where few others dared. Meet four diverse missionaries: aristocratic Southerner Lottie Moon, who did the unthinkable in 1873 and traveled as a single woman to Shanghai, China. . .the Indian-born son of missionaries, Captain John Birch, who also went to China-and changed the course of World War II. . .Nate Saint, a popular pilot with Midwestern roots, who in 1956 blazed a path to the savage Auca tribe of Ecuador. . .and the Ivory Coast-born daughter of missionaries, Betty Olsen, who in 1965 landed with only her medical kit in the heart of war-torn Vietnam. They were four ordinary people who did extraordinary thing with the help of, and for the sake of, their Savior. And in His name the suffered-to the point of death-until they received their eternal rewards.