Africa had a David Livingston; China had a Hudson Taylor; India had a C.T. Studd; Indonesia has a Karlos Buburayai His father called him, Kairo, the name for Satan impersonating a dragon. He was destined to become a powerful shaman in the spirit world of animism. But God had other plans. Scooped out of the jungle in an area of Papua, Indonesia called The Dark Triangle, and divinely preserved through numerous curses placed upon him-"worms will feed upon your dead body"-Karlos heard the Good News, and responded appropriately. This story of his intense burden to share this Good News; the timely encouragement given to him by the "white-robed One" and the powerful ways God is currently using him in a church planting ministry among those of the major religions in Indonesia will thrill your heart and sharpen your appreciation of what God can do through a man totally committed to Him. Author, David L Scovill, with his wife, Esther, have served the peoples of Indonesia for over half a century with UFM International, now Crossworld. The author's first book, The Amazing Dani, records the incredible conversion of the Western Dani tribe in Papua (formerly Irian Jaya). The story of this book takes place among another people in an area of Papua called, The Dark Triangle. Dave grew up on a farm in Minnesota; Esther, daughter of missionary parents, grew up in Cuba. Both graduated from Prairie Bible College, then added missionary medicine and linguistics to their training. Dave completed his post graduate work at the School of World Missions and Columbia International University. Their backgrounds, training and combined skills prepared them well for their many roles in Indonesia.