Corrie ten Boom Presentation

May 20, 6pm | Please fill out this form and click submit. Note: Select "Individual" or "Family" from the drop down list under the Payment section.

During World War 2, Corrie ten Boom and her family worked with the Dutch Underground to help save Jews and others who were being hunted by the Nazi’s. Through their work, the lives of over 800 Jewish people were saved. The Ten Booms were betrayed, arrested, and sent to prison where Corrie’s father, Caspar died. Corrie and her sister Betsie were later sent to Ravensbrück, a Nazi death camp, where almost 97,000 women lost their lives. Betsie was one of those victims.
After the war, Corrie set out to share her message of forgiveness. Hear Corrie’s inspiring story, told in her own words from her autobiography, “The Hiding Place”.
Corrie ten Boom will be portrayed by Iowa native, Cheryl Buxamusa; now living in Youngstown, Ohio. Cheryl lived many years in The Netherlands and knew Corrie well.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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May 20, 6pm
Please fill out this form and click submit. Note: Select "Individual" or "Family" from the drop down list under the Payment section.

During World War 2, Corrie ten Boom and her family worked with the Dutch Underground to help save Jews and others who were being hunted by the Nazi’s. Through their work, the lives of over 800 Jewish people were saved. The Ten Booms were betrayed, arrested, and sent to prison where Corrie’s father, Caspar died. Corrie and her sister Betsie were later sent to Ravensbrück, a Nazi death camp, where almost 97,000 women lost their lives. Betsie was one of those victims.
After the war, Corrie set out to share her message of forgiveness. Hear Corrie’s inspiring story, told in her own words from her autobiography, “The Hiding Place”.
Corrie ten Boom will be portrayed by Iowa native, Cheryl Buxamusa; now living in Youngstown, Ohio. Cheryl lived many years in The Netherlands and knew Corrie well.