In Common Sense Not Needed, Corrie ten Boom shares her experience of teaching the beautiful simplicity of the good news. When God called her to serve the developmentally disabled, she reached out in love â· and in plain language. Read and be challenged by stories of honest uncomplicated faith.
Corrie ten Boom was sent to Ravensbruck during WWII because of her Nazi resistance. After her miraculous release in 1945, she became, as she put it, a tramp for the Lordâ·internationally telling the story God has given her through her writing and through speaking engagements. Corrie died in 1983, on her 91st birthday.
In Gods call for her to serve the developmentally disabled, Corrie shares her experience of teaching the beautiful simplicity of the good news.