Safer Than a Known Way
Pamela Rosewell Moore tells her captivating story of how, by relinquishing her greatest fears to God, she found everything she had ever wanted. Moving from adventure to adventure, she was led to work for Bible smuggler Brother Andrew, and later to serve as Corrie ten Boom’s personal assistant. She describes her spiritual journey in a flowing narrative style, offering a close-up look at the need to trust God. Pam also gives us a rare inside glimpse of everyday life with Brother Andrew and Corrie ten Boom.
This is not only a compelling account of courage in the face of fear, but also a beautiful picture of how God can meet the greatest needs of those who surrender their fears to him.
Life Lessons from the Hiding Place
Corrie ten Boom was a woman admired the world over for her courage, her forgiveness, and her memorable faith. From her unforgettable experience in a Nazi prison camp during World War II to her remarkable life as a speaker and evangelist, Corrie’s steadfast trust in God is well documented. Countless Christians hold her as the example of faith they would like to have in their own lives.
Pam Rosewell Moore, Corrie’s constant companion for the last seven years of her life, shares never-before-published insights on this incredible servant of God, offering readers lessons on living a faithful life by exploring what made “Tante” (Aunt) Corrie into the wonderful example of faith that she was. More than a biography, this is an intimate inside look at a remarkable soul that helps readers to be more effective in their own Christian walks.
The Five Silent Years of Corrie ten Boom
In this intimate, loving look at Corrie ten Boom during her last years you will hear the true story of her struggle to communicate her love for her God during five years of stroke-induced silence.
Pam Rosewell Moore had her doubts when she interviewed to be companion of the much-loved author Corrie ten Boom. Corrie’s best-selling book The Hiding Place, which recounted how she and her family had hidden Jews during World War II in Holland until their betrayal and arrest by the Nazis, had launched for Corrie a worldwide ministry of travel and speaking. Awed by the spiritual challenge this companionship posed, Pam wondered how she could keep up with the energetic 83-year-old. But God knit a strong bond between the young Englishwoman and the remarkable Dutch evangelist. Then Corrie suffered a stroke. Hospitalization followed; physical therapy; then long, loving hours at home. Corrie regained a little mobility for a time — until the next strokes hit. She never regained her speech. But the ministry that had touched millions continued as Corrie communicated through her eyes, through elaborate guessing games with those around her, through silent intercession for people God brought to mind. For those five silent years of imprisonment, Corrie’s spiritual depth offered mute testimony to her ongoing trust in her heavenly Father. The details of these years will move all who loved Corrie ten Boom. They will encourage those involved with the elderly or handicapped — and those who are themselves bedridden — that God is at work mysteriously in and through even the most incapacitated. This book attests to the truth Corrie loved so dearly: that, in spite of everything else, Jesus is always Victor.
Finding your Way through Depression
Practical help and biblical counsel to get through depression
“I had to face it. This was depression,” writes Pam Rosewell Moore. “Although I had always said it could not happen to a serious Christian, and I considered myself that, I was depressed. This conclusion brought a shaky relief, somehow. And at the same time it raised questions.”
Have I been disobeying God?
Is there sin in my life?
Is this my fault?
Will I ever get over it?
Writing from the pain and progress of her own personal struggles, Pam Rosewell Moore uses narrative and illustrative examples to explore the nature and origin of depression as well as the struggles and complexities associated with it. This compassionate guide will bring comfort and understanding as it shows you how to overcome the illness and restore the heart.
Previously published as When Spring Comes Late
What Happens When Husbands and Wives Pray Together?
by Carey Moore and Pam Rosewell Moore
Praying together is not easy for many couples. There are hurdles to overcome - shyness, timidity, tiredness, and many others. And waiting for prayers to be answered can be discouraging. In this book, Carey and Pam Moore share their story - and the stories of numerous other couples - to show how to break through to the blessings of daily prayer.