A new book by Stan Guthrie caught my eye which tells the story of Corrie ten Boom, the Dutch woman who suffered at the hands of the Nazis for her family’s decision to hide Jews in WWII. The reason it had my attention is that unless Corrie’s story is told and re-told, it’s significance will be lost to succeeding generations. A second reason is that Stan applies the lessons Corrie left us to our lives today.
I hope you’ll enjoy listening to this interview with Stan and even pick up a copy of VICTORIOUS.
Next Week: Stephen Welch of Pacific Garden Mission