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About "Secret Believers"
What happens when a Muslim, born and brought up in a Muslim family in an Islamic country, converts to Christianity? In this unique book, Brother Andrew describes the personal, cultural, spiritual and life-threatening challenges that they face. Most of the book is written as a thrilling novel, tracing the intertwined lives of a small group of believers in an unnamed Islamic country. The story becomes all the more fascinating as we realise that the stories are all based on the actual experiences of real people Andrew meets on a regular basis. SECRET BELIEVERS is the most topical, eye-opening Christian book of 2007.
Meet the Authors
Brother Andrew began his work in 1955 as a one-man mission--visiting, teaching, and taking Bibles to Christians behind the Iron Curtain. That work has since developed into Open Doors International, a nondenominational organization with bases around the world. When not traveling, Brother Andrew makes his home in the Netherlands.
Brother Andrew began taking Bibles to Christians behind closed borders in 1955. That work has since developed into Open Doors International. He is the author and coauthor of numerous books, including God's Smuggler. Brother Andrew makes his home in the Netherlands. Al Janssen has co-written or authored more than twenty-five books, including Light Force. He is chairman of the board for Open Doors (USA) with Brother Andrew and is director of communications for Open Doors International. Janssen lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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What an exciting read! As you read, it feels like you are watching a movie - an adventure-thriller, with drama, action, suspense, romance . . . But it's all true! It really happened to brothers and sisters in Christ who dared to convert from Islam. It's challenging to read how these brave Christians suffered for their faith - it challenged me to want to support them in any way I can - through prayer and donations, but it also challenged me to be thankful for the freedom to express my faith anywhere, any time - what a privilege! How I take it for granted. This book doesn't directly condemn us, or beg for help - the lives and situations described do it on their own. Don't let that put you off - challenge is good for the soul!