You may have heard Corrie ten Boom’s story before. Maybe you read her book The Hiding Place, or even saw the 1975 film adaptation. But you may never have heard it quite like this. Several years ago, Charles Morris got on the phone with Corrie’s longtime companion and assistant Pamela Rosewell Moore to hear from someone who knew her well.
Pamela worked for several years with the team of Brother Andrew (“God’s Smuggler”) in the Netherlands, before accompanying Corrie to America. As Corrie reached the end of her life, Pam served as a nurse and companion until her death in 1983.
In this episode of the Great Stories Podcast, Pamela takes us back to the beginning and walks us through Corrie’s story from start to finish. You’ll also hear excerpts from Corrie herself talking about how the Lord brought her through her darkest moments. Whatever trials you might be facing today, it is our prayer that this conversation will help you cling to the Lord who will never leave you nor forsake you.
More on Corrie ten Boom’s Story
- This interview originally aired on a Haven Today radio series called Return to the Hiding Place. Click here to listen to more content from that series.
- Get more acquainted with Corrie ten Boom’s story—and the stories of those who worked alongside her—when you get a copy of the DVD Set of The Hiding Place (1975) and Return to the Hiding Place (2013). You can watch the trailers here.
- Around the time of the premier of the movie The Hiding Place, Corrie ten Boom revisited her old home along with many of the cast members and Billy Graham. Go behind the scenes with Corrie and watch that video here.
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