In 1902 Abraham and Magdalena Becker came to reside with the Comanche Indians on the western plains of Oklahoma. They shaped a meaningful life of service among these former hunters and warriors, sharing their God and work ethic. Magdalena emerged as the key figure in the development of this successful mission.
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