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Goodbye Is Not Forever
     

Goodbye Is Not Forever

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by Amy George, Al Janssen
 
As World War II began, the armies of the Third Reich invaded a small Russian village. Amy, a tender seven-year-old child, was taken by cattle car to a slave labor camp and witnessed firsthand the horrors of Hitler's Germany.

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As World War II began, the armies of the Third Reich invaded a small Russian village. Amy, a tender seven-year-old child, was taken by cattle car to a slave labor camp and witnessed firsthand the horrors of Hitler's Germany.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565071230
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
02/01/1994
Pages:
309

Meet the Author

Amy George, born in Druzhkivka, Ukraine, shortly before World War II, is the wife of bestselling author Bob George, known for his books Classic Christianity and Growing in Grace, as well as his former nationwide broadcast, People to People. Amy and Bob have two grown children and three grandchildren. Amy is a much-sought-after speaker and has shared her testimony at many national retreats, churches, and Christian organizations. Her desire is to communicate the faithfulness of God in the midst of any circumstance and affirm that in His sight, everyone has significance.

On a summer night, there is no place Al Janssen would rather be than at the ballpark. So far, he's attended games in 22 different stadiums. In between innings he is the Writer-in-Residence with Open Doors International and has authored and coauthored numerous books including The Marriage Masterpiece, Joy that Lasts, and Fast Break: Heroes of the NBA. He and his wife have three children and live in Colorado Springs, just two miles from AAA Sky Sox home games.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book describes the unbelievable hardships endured by this family from Russia. They lose their home, their country, and don't know if they will ever see their father and yet survive and go on with their lives. Eventually they see how God's hand has guided them. My favorite quote is, 'We make plans and God changes them.'