Corrie Ten Boom - Hodder & Stoughton

Corrie Ten Boom



Corrie ten Boom is known and loved by millions for her book, THE HIDING PLACE, which tells how her family protected Jews during the Nazi occupation of Holland. The book launched her into a worldwide ministry of speaking, teaching and writing, which lasted until her death in 1983.
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Tramp for the Lord: The Years after 'The Hiding Place'

Corrie Ten Boom, Jamie Buckingham
Authors:
Corrie Ten Boom, Jamie Buckingham

Tramp for the Lord tells of Corrie's experiences after the Second World War. She began to minister world wide and travel widely visiting those she felt were suffering and who were in need of leading to the Lord in places as diverse as Africa and Germany. The book also tells of her meeting with one of her guards from the concentration camp and her forgiveness for him. An impressive and inspiring book telling Corrie's story in the years after the events of the best-selling Hiding Place.This much loved book is being re-issued in B format with a contemporary cover.

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In My Father's House: The Years before 'The Hiding Place'

Corrie Ten Boom
Authors:
Corrie Ten Boom

Concentrating upon her family and their life in Holland before the war, this inspiring and revealing book describes in moving detail living above the family watch shop in Harlem and her memories of the family together before their lives changed for ever with the advent of war and persecution.Corrie believed that this life helped prepare them for carrying out God's work later and gave her the strength to survive the war, brutal hardship and persecution and begin her worldwide ministry.This much loved book is being re-issued in B format with a contemporary cover.

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The Hiding Place

Corrie Ten Boom, Elizabeth Sherill, John Sherrill
Authors:
Corrie Ten Boom, Elizabeth Sherill, John Sherrill

The #1 testimony book that every Christian needs to read. As the Nazi madness swept across Europe, a quiet watchmaker's family in Holland risked everything for the sake of others, and for the love of Christ. Despite the danger and threat of discovery, the ten Boom family courageously offered shelter to persecuted Jews during the Nazi occupation of Holland. Then a trap brought about the family's arrest. Could God's love shine through, even in Ravensbruck?