Tramp for the Lord begins where Corrie ten Boom's all-time classic, The Hiding Place, ends. Join Corrie on a worldwide trip that could only have been planned by God.
Take, for instance, one of Corrie's moving stories: "It was in a church in Munich that I saw him… One moment I saw the overcoat and the brown hat; the next, a blue uniform and a visored cap with its skull and crossbones. It came back with a rush: The place was Ravensbruck and the man who was making his way forward had been a guard—one of the most cruel guards. Now he was in front of me, hand thrust out. I was face to face with one of my captors and my blood seemed to freeze. 'Fraulein, will you forgive me?'"
Michael Catt shows how, like the great sequoia, we can stand strong through the fiery trials of life, and even be fruitful.
Using illustrations from his own life and from the new movie, Fireproof, produced by his congregation, (Sherwood Baptist Church), Catt shows eight ways we can prepare our lives for the trials that inevitably come our way.
Discussing practical issues such as temptation, marriage and finances, Catt reminds us that in an eroding culture we are called to stand firm in our faith.
Rather than succumb to the pressure of circumstances, we can stand tall and face our challenges in Christ's power. Life's trials can overcome us-or they can serve us, growing ... more
The story of a church that believed God for the impossible.
Follow the story of Pastor Michael Catt and his congregation as the Lord changes a "typical Southern Baptist church" into a ministry center that reaches thousands through a variety of outreach programs, and has even challenged the Hollywood establishment with a locally produced, nationally syndicated movie, Facing the Giants.
In the history of missions, the career of C. T. Studd is exemplary. Grubb shows how the great sportsman renounced wealth and position to take up work for Christ--serving his Lord in China, India, and Africa.
This simple classic, The Calvary Road, first published in 1950, has helped to open many hearts to the fullness of Christ's life within. Roy Hession, an English evangelist in the 1940s, was convicted of his own need for spiritual renewal as he heard the testimony of church leaders from East Africa then experiencing revival. This book is the result of that testimony. Hession shows us how brokenness, humility and repentance prepare our hearts to receive the fullness God wants us to have. Music by Jon Grant and Lynsey Hirons. Recorded at Radio Worldwide Studios.
From the author of The Hiding Place —true stories of the joys and struggles of witnessing for Christ on a whirlwind tour of several continents. Well-known for her prison experiences during World War II, worldwide traveler and popular speaker Corrie ten Boom shares stories from her postwar ministry. Through her words she demonstrates that God's boundless resources back up His promises, enabling us to be channels of His love and goodness to the nations. In the process, Corrie introduces us to people from all over the world whose lives have been transformed by Christ and who demonstrate that when it comes to God's grace and salvation, there is plenty for everyone.
Despite the horrors even of the concentration camp, it is possible to find victory in Christ.
Corrie ten Boom survived being imprisoned in Ravensbruck and went through life witnessing for her Christ. In Amazing Love, ten Boom expands upon her story from The Hiding Place -- sharing more of her amazing encounters with people from every end of the spectrum--sophisticated and illiterate, students and actresses.
Corrie ten Boom paints vivid word-pictures of her witnessing experiences with the high and the lowly.
This book will be of interest and encouragement to all who have care of the mentally handicapped, and will prove afresh that with God all things are indeed possible. In this book Corrie recounts something of what she learned and experienced while carrying on this work.