A powerfully moving story of the sovereignty and faithfulness of God in the lives of a family trapped in the horrors of war. A reminder to us all that God is always with us, always at work in our lifes, always loving us. a testimony to persevering and trusting God in the worst of times and the best of times.
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About the Author
Helen Jordan Davis holds a Ph.D. in Christian Education, a Doctor of Religious Education, a Master's in Christian Counseling, a Doctor of Theology, and is an RN. She was listed in Outstanding Young Women in America in 1975, was the Academic Dean of a Bible College for ten years, has taught Bible Studies for many years, and is married with three adult children, twelve grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
Table of Contents
Ancestors; Rozsa Eordogh; Dr. Pal Takacs; Family Life; Troubled Times; Post World War II; The Hungarian Revolution; The Bridge at Andau; Paul Takacs; Zsolt Takacs; Prison; Rose Takacs Little: Coming to America; Ferenc (Frank); Attila; Zsuzsanna; Epilogue; Footnotes; Works Cited