Description - Goodbye is Not Forever by Amy George
Little Amy never knew her father. One dark night, when she was only a baby, the Soviet secret police forcefully arrested Amy's father ...and condemned him to the frigid wastelands of Siberia. Then as World War II began, the armies of the Third Reich invaded her 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. As the war ends, Amy and her mother make a daring escape, with execution the likely verdict if they are captured. Over the years Amy wondered about her father. Was he still alive? Would she ever see him again? A true story, "Goodbye Is Not Forever" serves as a vivid confirmation of God's never-ending grace in the lives of his children.
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(203mm x 133mm x 15mm)
Harvest House Publishers,U.S.
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Author Biography - Amy George
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.