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by Eric Hartzell
Inashood taps into the early mission records - many of which are translated from German - to tell the love story of Lutheran missionaries and native Apache people on the Fort Apache and San Carlos Reservations of eastern Arizona. After arriving with no houses to call their own, no promise of monetary gain, and little to no cultural training, the missionaries set out to share the gospel message with the Apache people. Over time, these tireless messengers would be called Inashood, the Apache word for "pastor," which literally means "man in long black robe."
Follow the stories of Dr. Francis Uplegger, Edgar Guenter, Henry Rosin, and many others through letters and photographs from the time to witness how God's love reaches across cultural barriers and human shortcomings.