True to Her Faith (Classic Fiction Series)
Suzanne de l'Orme's Huguenot family is under severe persecution as are other Protestants in the nation of France. The 1500's are a difficult time to be alive if you are unwilling to compromise.^^Sent on an errand by her mother twelve...
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Suzanne de l'Orme's Huguenot family is under severe persecution as are other Protestants in the nation of France. The 1500's are a difficult time to be alive if you are unwilling to compromise.^^Sent on an errand by her mother twelve year old Suzanne walks into an adventure that she fears she will never walk out of. Kidnapped by the authorities for being the child of a bible believing family Suzanne is interrogated and persecuted. If she will only disown her faith and her people she can be released from her prison and welcomed into the 'freedom' of the Roman Catholic Church.^^It is soon apparent that Suzanne will not give in and she is taken from the relative safety of the abbey to become a slave for a local farmer's family. Still refusing to discard her faith Suzanne's faith strengthens and grows through her struggles.^^Will this captivity be the end for the young girl or will this adventure end with a new beginning for Suzanne's life.
After twelve years of missionary work in the northeast province of what was the Belgian Congo building up a simple medical service civil war erupted with horrific effects. During the war Helen was brutally beaten and raped and left with no choice but to return to Britain this story is told in Give me this Mountain. She quickly returned to the Congo in 1966 to assist in the rebuilding of the nation. She helped establish a new medical school and hospital for the other hospitals that she built were destroyed and served there until 1973. In the eight years following the war despite endless frustrations again and again God showed his unfailing guidance and unstinted provision for her needs. This book is the story of the joys and adventures of reestablishing the medical work the church building programme and the work of forgiveness necessary after the destruction of the civil war.