This DVD gives a riveting insight into the events that take place behind the scenes of political warfare. Would recommend to all.
October 24, 2013
Surprised they survived
As I watched the DVD, I found it to be repetitive and very sad. The story was more like a newsreel. I expected to see times when they sat and ate, prayed and displayed hope. The fact that they were not killed is astonishing and can only be described as a miracle.
March 5, 2012
This was very interesting but a little boring. I was expecting a movie.
February 2, 2012
How would your Christian faith stand up to being arrested for a crime you didn't commit? Would you have enough faith to endure filthy prison conditions in the enemy's prison? What about days of interrogations trying to get you to admit to crimes you didn't commit? Would you loose it if you had to spend the night in a metal execution container? The 8 SNI workers who were kidnapped in August 2003 faced these trials and many others during their captivity.This story is an excellent example of how God works in the lives of everyone. The 8 SNI workers kept their faith throughout the entire 105 days of captivity. Miracles happening all the time. I had a hard time putting this book down, as I felt that I was there with them, in captivity! It kept me is suspense and wondering what was going to happen next, or where they would be taken, or which person they would encounter this time. One of my most favorite parts of the book is where they are talking about the other 16 SNI workers (who were local people that worked alongside the SNI workers) being in prison. It reads: And it just so happened that the 16 shared a cell with a professional locksmith; after the Taliban guards left the prison, this man picked the locks on the cell. Along with six thousand other inmates, the 16 SNI workers raced out of the prison and into the night. This book is an excellent read, especially if you like missionary stories. It does have a few grammar and spelling errors throughout the book, that even I picked up on.
October 1, 2009