God's Hostage: A True Story of Persecution, Imprisonment, and Perseverance
:The incredible true story of one man's imprisonment for the gospel; his brokenness, God's faithfulness and his eventual freedom. In 1993, Andrew Brunson was asked to travel to Turkey, the largest unevangelised country in the world, to serve as...
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:The incredible true story of one man's imprisonment for the gospel; his brokenness, God's faithfulness and his eventual freedom.
In 1993, Andrew Brunson was asked to travel to Turkey, the largest unevangelised country in the world, to serve as a missionary. Though hesitant because of the daunting and dangerous task that lay ahead, Andrew and his wife, Norine, believed this was God's plan for them.
What followed was a string of threats and attacks, but also successes in starting new churches in a place where many people had never met a Christian. As their work with refugees from Syria, including Kurds, gained attention and suspicion, Andrew and Norine acknowledged the threat but accepted the risk, determining to stay unless God told them to leave.
In 2016, they were arrested. Though the State eventually released Norine, who remained in Turkey, Andrew was imprisoned. Accused of being a spy and being among the plotters of the attempted coup, he became a political pawn whose story soon became known around the world.
This is Andrew's remarkable story of his imprisonment and journey of faith.
- Catalogue Code 552585
- Product Code 9781788931274
- ISBN 1788931270
- EAN 9781788931274
- Pages 256
- Department General Books
- Category Biography
- Sub-Category General
- Publisher Authentic Media
- Publication Date Oct 2019
- Sales Rank 1272
- Dimensions 229 x 152mm
- Weight 0.376kg
Andrew Brunson is an American pastor. He holds a PhD in New Testament from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Andrew and his wife, Norine, were involved in starting churches, training believers, aiding refugees, and a house of prayer in Turkey for twenty-three years until being falsely accused of terrorism in October 2016. Following this, Andrew was held for two years in Turkish prisons. Due to a worldwide prayer movement and significant political pressure from the US government, he was finally sentenced to time served and dramatically released in October 2018.