About this Book
Hiding Jewish refugees during WWII landed Corrie ten Boom in a German concentration camp. Released after ten months, she tramped the world with "a burning desire to tell others that Jesus is a reality, that He lives, that He is victor." Join Corrie on a world-wide trip that could only have been planned by God.
In 1940, Corrie ten Boom was living with her father and sister above their watch shop in Haarlem, Holland—and when their country was invaded, this devoutly Christian family provided sanctuary for persecuted Jews. Before long, the Nazis captured Corrie and her family. They were sent to a concentration camp, where Corrie lost both her sister and father. But remarkably, throughout this turbulent time, Corrie sustained the faith in God that helped her become one of the most beloved evangelists of her time.
Tramp for the Lord continues Corrie ten Boom's extraordinary journey of hope following the events recounted in her bestseller The Hiding Place. From her near-destitute days in postwar New York to heart-stopping adventures in Africa, Corrie's inspirational life story proves that miracles do happen.
By: Corrie ten Boom
Publisher: Jove Books
About the AuthorCORNELIA ''CORRIE'' TEN BOOM (1892-1983) was a Dutch Christian Holocaust survivor who helped many Jews escape the Nazis during World War II. Her autobiography, The Hiding Place, was made into a movie of the same name. In 1967 Ten Boom was honored as one of the ''Righteous among the Nations'' by the State of Israel. In the years after the closing chapter of The Hiding Place, she traveled ceaselessly, carrying her message of triumphant living all over the world, especially behind the Iron Curtain. The author of devotional books treasured by millions, she was also a colorful, amusing speaker. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.