The persecution of the Jewish people began in earnest in the Netherlands in 1940. The ten Boom family was devoted to the Christian life and lived by the Bible’s commands. Ben D. Ketting is your host as he takes you on a detailed account of Corrie’s life. Pam Rosewell Moore was Corrie’s long-time personal assistant. Her interviews are heart wrenching and encouraging.This is a fascinating story of the ten Boom family hiding Jews in their home, which became a safe haven for many over the years. You’ll see fascinating footage of their home in the Netherlands and the hidden room they had built. Corrie was close to her father and sister Betsie; Corrie describes their experiences after they were arrested and separated. She lived in a prison built for 200 but that housed 700. She had been able to sneak her Bible in and held two Bible lessons a day. She was beaten often in prison, and she lost her father, brother and her sister while there. Her release was truly a miracle. Corrie’s own words reveal the astounding story of her forgiveness of the man who turned in her family and of a prison guard from the camp as well. The last chapter in her life clearly shows she continued to serve God. This film receives our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for all ages. Corrie’s story will amaze the whole family.