At the start of World War II, Corrie ten Boom was, by all accounts, an ordinary, middle-aged Dutch woman. Moved by the tragic plight of the Jews, the Ten Booms converted their home in Harrlem, Holland, known as the Beje (pronounced bay yay), into a stopover to freedom for many. Tucked away upstairs above the family’s respected watch business was a secret room, a hiding place. Because such activities labelled them as enemies of the Nazis, Corrie and her family would eventually be subject to imprisonment and torture in a notorious concentration camp. Yet an emboldened Corrie would let nothing deter her from sharing God’s Word and His love, even in the most unthinkable circumstances.