Corrie ten Boom was a woman admired the world over for her
courage, her forgiveness, and her memorable faith. From her
unforgettable experience in a Nazi prison camp during World War II
to her remarkable life as a speaker and evangelist, Corrie's
steadfast trust in God is well documented. Countless Christians
hold her as the example of faith they would like to have in their
Pam Rosewell Moore, Corrie's constant companion for the last seven years of her life, shares never-before-published insights on this incredible servant of God, offering readers lessons on living a faithful life by exploring what made "Tante" (Aunt) Corrie into the wonderful example of faith that she was. More than a biography, this is an intimate inside look at a remarkable soul that helps readers to be more effective in their own Christian walks.
Become a person God can use.
Since The Hiding Place was first published in 1971, this story of courage, faith and survival has inspired and strengthened millions. But what makes Corrie ten Boom's story so special? And why has it become one of the best-known Holocaust survivor stories in the world?
Pam Rosewell Moore invites you to get to know Corrie ten Boom better than ever before. As Corrie's constant companion for the last seven years of her life, Pam offers a penetrating glimpse into how Corrie's faith was formed and how she shared that faith with others before and after World War II.
In these pages you will find intriguing personal letters among the Ten Boom family members, stories of selfless service as the war ravaged Europe and Corrie's reflections on a life lived in submission to God. You will learn important lessons of trust, hope, obedience, service and forgiveness, and what it means to walk as a child of the light. As you discover the heart of a woman who gave herself wholly to Jesus, you will find the strength and encouragement to live your own life with Corrie's brand of faith and love.