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Hidden Sorrow, Lasting Joy N/E

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Richard Wurmbrand opened the eyes of the world to the horrific reality of modern-day persecution of Christians. Brother Andrew fou... Lire la suite
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Description

Richard Wurmbrand opened the eyes of the world to the horrific reality of modern-day persecution of Christians. Brother Andrew founded the pioneering international ministry Now read of the women who suffer for Christ - the unsung heroines of the persecuted Church Anneke Companjen, wife of the President of Open Doors International, tells the true stories of twenty contemporary Christian women from all around the world: from China to Israel, Colombia to Chechnya. Some suffer direct persecution for what they believe. Others are the wives, mothers and children of the men who are imprisoned, torured and murdered. Every story is unique: challenging, shocking and an inspiring witness to God's provision.

No one could read this book and remain unmoved and passive about the flight of persecuted Christians around the world.

Préface
Anneke Companjen's riverting accounts of persecuted Christian will challange even the most apathetic!

Auteur
Anneke Companjen is the wife of Johan Companjen, president of Open Doors International, the ministry founded by Brother Andrew to serve persecuted Christians. Travelling the world with her husband, she has taken a particular interest in the women who suffer through persecution, and decided to write this book following the suicide of an imprisoned Vietnamese pastor's wife she had befriended.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Hidden Sorrow, Lasting Joy N/E
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780340908358
ISBN: 978-0-340-90835-8
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Hodder & Stoughton
Genre: Philosophie et religion
nombre de pages: 272
Poids: 192g
Taille: H198mm x B128mm x T19mm
Année: 2005