Behind the Scenes Video


 Our very first session

 Watch the talented Theo Williams play multiple characters.


 8 Brinkmans on a sled.

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The Sawi were headhunters and cannibals when a young couple named Don and Carol Richardson arrived in their village carrying their seven-month-old boy Steve—and a message that would change the tribe forever. The year was 1962, and Steve—and later, three more children—spent their youth among the Sawi, learning the language and embracing the culture in ways that would shape the rest of their lives. Their story was immortalized in the best-selling book Peace Child and a feature film of the same name, inspiring a new generation to take the gospel to the remaining isolated tribes of the earth.



A poem written and recited by Rodrick Nkhoma Jr. and recorded by Aunt Sarah in Zambia.  Living in Livingstone, Zambia, Rodrick writes poetry with a heart burning to see revival in his city and in the hearts of those around him.
He works in the town of Livingstone, as well as in the villages to see a generation raised up who truly loves, serves and follows Jesus; people whose lives are radically transformed, and who bring the gospel to the least and the lost around them.




The moving video of the Kimyal People finally receiving their translation of the New Testament.


Organization with which Aunt Sarah Served.



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You found the hidden Dangerous Waters Part 1 - Listen to the entire episode here!

Download Printables

Free printables for episodes 1-6 which you can print out and color!  These were drawn for the Brinkman Adventures by Gina Graham.  Thank you Gina for the wonderful artwork!!
Episode 1 Printable:  click here:
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Episode 4 Printable:  click here
Episode 5 Printable:  click here
Episode 6 Printable:  click here