The Takacses of Hungary: Proving God's Faithfulness

The Takacses of Hungary: Proving God's Faithfulness

by Rose Takacs Little, Helen Jordan Davis

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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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ISBN-13: 9780996189736
Publisher: Principle Books Publishers
Publication date: 06/26/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 144
File size: 35 MB
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About the Author

Rose Takacs Little defected to America in 1974, escaping the oppressive regime of Communism in her native Hungary. She had endured the terrifying control of Nazi Germany, followed by an even more severe oppression at the hand of Russian Communists. Her brothers had escaped through minefields to freedom in Austria during the Rebellion of 1956, and her father was imprisoned for more than six years because of this. In spite of the enemy doing his worst, God always dropped the right people into their lives at just the right time to help them.

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

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