The Yuna tribe in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea were completely unreached by missionaries until 1961, in fact their area, only recently discovered by the rest of the world, was still restricted to government patrols. "There is a dense population of thousands barely touched with the Gospel" was the pioneer missionary report at that time. This book describes how in less than ten years the Yuna tribe was set free from lifelong bondage to evil spirits and how they enjoyed the freedom of being God's children. Writing from her mission outpost in Yuna-land in those pioneering days in the 1960s, the author, who with her husband and young family, took on the challenge of reaching out to the Yuna with the gospel, follows the true stories of transformation as they happened. Here is a readable and lively account of a modern mission movement, with photos, that anyone with an interest in cross-cultural mission will find an inspiration.