Corrie Ten Boom - the Watchmaker's Daughter (Trail Blazers Series)
If you like stories of adventure, courage and faith, here's one you won't forget. Corrie loved to help others, especially handicapped children. But her happy lifestyle in Holland was shattered when she was sent to a Nazi concentration camp, where...
In Stock20 available
You May Also Like
If you like stories of adventure, courage and faith, here's one you won't forget. Corrie loved to help others, especially handicapped children. But her happy lifestyle in Holland was shattered when she was sent to a Nazi concentration camp, where she suffered hardship and punishment but experienced God's love and help in unbearable situations. Her amazing story has been told worldwide and has inspired many people. Read on and discover about one of the most outstanding Christian women of the 20th century. This title includes a study guide and a timeline that shows the key events that occurred during Corrie's lifetime.
The story of Corrie ten Boom has inspired millions of people all over the world. Jean Watson is a skillful author and presents Corrie's stirring life and challenging hopefilled message for young readers. The Watchmaker's Daughter traces the life of this outstanding Christian woman from her childhood in Haarlem, through her suffering in Nazi concentration camps, to her worldwide ministry to the handicapped and underprivileged. This exciting victorious book will allow you to meet this beloved woman and learn of God's wonderful provision and blessing through adversity.
Jean Watson, PhD, RN, HNC, FAAN, is Distinguished Professor of Nursing, former Dean of the School of Nursing, and sits in the nation's first endowed chair in Caring Science, all at the University of Colorado. She is founder of the Center for Human Caring and the Watson Science Caring Institute in Colorado, a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, past-president of the National League for Nursing, and acclaimed author of leading works in nursing education and Caritas (the philosophy, science and theory of caring). She lectures worldwide with upwards of 50 presentations yearly.