War and Faith

Short biographies from the second world war

Don Stephens

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Don Stephens has collected moving stories from the Second World War that will enthral and move his readers. As Brigadier Ian Dobbie, OBE says in the Foreword, Don ";has the gift of telling a story in a way which grips the reader, and yet he is not guilty of writing in a sensational manner, nor does he fail to remind his reader that war is always a terrible event, and that the God of the Bible remains sovereign."The stories range from the South African Air Force war hero who became a vital missionary pilot, to the Scottish lady from quiet Dumfriesshire who was a martyr at Auschwitz, to the German Prisoner of War who found a strong spiritual link with the Wirral.The eight stories combine to remind readers dramatically that our God is able to use even the dire circumstances for his glory.
Title:
War and Faith
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Evangelical Press
Series:
War and
SKU:
9781783971503

Reviews (3) Write a Review

  • 5
    Inspiring

    Posted by Stephen Ayre on 8th Nov 2016

    If you enjoyed War & Grace you will also enjoy this book. The book tells the stories of 8 Christians in WWII of different nationalities. A lot if information and thought provoking.

  • 5
    Highly appreciated

    Posted by Faith Cook on 4th May 2016

    Remaining faithful to Christ in situations of extreme suffering and trial is the theme of this remarkable book. As a follow–on from Don Stephens’ highly appreciated War and Grace, we read here of eight more courageous Christians who held firm to their faith in grievous conditions during World War II. May these well–researched pages serve as splendid examples to us of the grace God can give should we too be called upon to face days of serious testing.

  • 5
    Interesting

    Posted by Adrian Reynolds on 4th May 2016

    The place of testimony in the life of God’s people is at the heart of many of the psalms and needs to regain its importance in church life. These short biographies are interesting, stirring and moving, but above all edifying as we constantly reflect on what it means to serve Christ wholeheartedly. We may not be called to these people’s particular sacrifices, but we are called to serve the same Christian life, follow the same servant Lord and act with the same devotion.

Reviews (3) Write a Review

  • 5
    Inspiring

    Posted by Stephen Ayre on 8th Nov 2016

    If you enjoyed War & Grace you will also enjoy this book. The book tells the stories of 8 Christians in WWII of different nationalities. A lot if information and thought provoking.

  • 5
    Highly appreciated

    Posted by Faith Cook on 4th May 2016

    Remaining faithful to Christ in situations of extreme suffering and trial is the theme of this remarkable book. As a follow–on from Don Stephens’ highly appreciated War and Grace, we read here of eight more courageous Christians who held firm to their faith in grievous conditions during World War II. May these well–researched pages serve as splendid examples to us of the grace God can give should we too be called upon to face days of serious testing.

  • 5
    Interesting

    Posted by Adrian Reynolds on 4th May 2016

    The place of testimony in the life of God’s people is at the heart of many of the psalms and needs to regain its importance in church life. These short biographies are interesting, stirring and moving, but above all edifying as we constantly reflect on what it means to serve Christ wholeheartedly. We may not be called to these people’s particular sacrifices, but we are called to serve the same Christian life, follow the same servant Lord and act with the same devotion.

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