A LABOR OF LOVE . . . THE HEARTBEAT OF MISSIONS Of all the mission activity in the world, the work done among the Stone Age Mountain Papuans of Irian Jaya, (nowadays Papua), Indonesia ranks as some of the most spectacular and fascinating. Of all the personalities working in that rugged place, Gracie Cutts, together with her husband Bill, have been some of the most colorful. Bill and Gracie braved the mountain trails in spite of physical handicaps in a way that put many able-bodied people to shame. When the Lord called them to the Moni tribe, the people were still living in the Stone Age. When they retired from their mission field some thirty-eight years later, they left behind a thriving church with thousands of believers. The way Gracie tells her story is fascinating. She shows all the color of the Gospel she and Bill preached. Her nickname "Flame of the Forest" is surely well-earned. -Reverend John Schultz, missionary from West Papua Going up the river, trudging through the mud, and climbing over the mountains-this book gives the thrilling story of taking Christ to the Stone Age Moni. -Dr. L.L. King, former president of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Mission.