Corrie Ten Boom By Noel cody

birth: Corrie Ten Boom was born on April 15, 1892 in harlem Netherlands.
family: Corrie Ten Boom's family consisted of her sisters, Betsie and Nellie, William her Brother, Casper her father, and Cornelia her mother.
childhood experience: Her childhood consisted of her family being strict Calvinists in the Dutch reformed Church and her family living above her father's watch shop.
educational experience: Corrie ten boom was educated in the local primary and secondary schools, until she had to take over the duties of the family watch making and book-keeping business.
adult experience: Corrie trained to be a watchmaker and in 1922 became the first woman licensed as a watchmaker in Holland and started a club for teenage girls.
death: Corrie Ten Boom died on April 15, 1983 in Placetia California on her 91st birthday.
what made her serve: Her faith was part of the Dutch Reformed Church which she believed in helping God's chosen people the Jews especially during World War 2.
missionary work when and were: Her family helped provide sanctuary for over 800 Jews in world war 2. Providing them with food, shelter, and a way to escape the Nazis in Holland. which later resulted in her family going to the concentration camps.
Legacy: HEr legacy that she left behind was pretty extraordinary. she travelled the world after the war and told her story about what happened in Holland and sharing her faith and telling others about the love of Jesus Christ.
awards: Corrie ten boom wrote a book dictating what happened to her during her and her family's time in Europe called "the hiding place" which has won several awards including being made into movies.
Bible verse: 1 John 4:7 beloved let us love one another for love is from god, and whoever loves has been born of god and knows god.
quotes: "do you know what hurts so very much? It's love. love id the strongest force in the world, and when it's blocked that means pain. There are two things we can do when this happens. we can kill that love so it stops hurting. but then of course part of us dies too. or we can ask god to open another route for that love to travel" - Corrie ten boom
other facts: Her whole family were betrayed and were taken to camps. her father, betsie, and her were take to ravensbruck and her father died there ten days later. Betsie did die later at ravensbruck, but do to clinical errors, Corrie was released from ravensbruck one week before all of the women were killed. the rest of her family also died in camps.
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