This is the true story of a family who were missionaries in China, Vietnam, and Congo during war, chaos, revolution, and massacre. If it was dangerous, it happened to them. The story includes the capture and years of separation from their parents for two of the young children while they were held in prison camps. For others in the family, life included hiding in caves; seeing dead bodies float down the river; encounters with drug-crazed rebels, starvation, and surviving untreated exotic diseases. It is more than a story of survival. If you don't believe in miracles now, you will.
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About the Author
Dr. Doris Sanford has spoken internationally on issues related to the emotional care of children, as well as being interviewed on national TV programs in several countries. She is the author of 30 books for or about children and multiple magazine articles including, Decision Magazine and, The Association of Christian Schools International. She served as the trainer for directors of Royal Family Kids Camps, which provids camps for abused children and is on the Board of Directors for, Music for the Soul, a record company providing music for hurting adults and children. She maintained a private practice as a Consultant for the State of Oregon, Foster Care Division until her retirement. She currently is busy with 4 awesome grandchildren.