Tag Archives: Corrie ten Boom

Protecting Innocent Children

Corrie Ten Boom, was a watchmaker who later became a writer and public speaker. She worked with her family during World War II to help Jews escape from the Nazis during the Holocaust.

Her book, The Hiding Place: The Triumphant True Story of Corrie Ten Boom, is a biography that recounts her family’s efforts and how she found and shared hope in God while she was imprisoned in a concentration camp.

Sometime ago my friend Karen Witteman, shared a passage from the book on her facebook page of a conversation Corrie had with her father that every parent, teacher and educator needs to hear and heed.

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If God is Your Father, Please Call Home!


Last night at the Hickman Mills church where I preach we focused on prayer for the entire service.

We sang about prayer. Sang prayer songs. Read scripture about prayer. Shared some thoughts about prayer. And, we prayed!

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