Brother Andrew prayed and the guards passed his car bulging with Bibles across the Yugoslav border in 1957. He began his mission to bring the Word to worshipers cutt off from their religion. It was a mission fraught with peril and pathos, financed by faith, supported by miracles. Brother Andrew was a poor boy in Holland with dreams of being an adventurer. Upon reaching his early adult years, it became increasingly clear to him that he was destined to do God's work as a missionary. for years, he and a small group of individuals smuggled Bibles beyond the Iron Curtain during some of the most dangerous times of the 1950s and 60s. His story is one of adventure, constant resolve and hope. Brother Andrew's story is one that readers will cherish as a constant reminder faith can and does exist in the unlikeliest of places. Unabridged. Read by Robert Whitfield. 8 CDs.