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Behind Enemy Lines
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Cold War adventure and intrigue
Bible smuggling into forbidden countries
One man's devotion to spreading Gods word
In the years before Andrew van der Bijl took the name Brother Andrew, he was no stranger to adventure and intrigue - in fact, he craved it. As a young lad, he was forever getting into mischief, and even risked his life during the Nazi occupation of Holland by setting off fireworks in the faces of German soldiers! Years later, God used this same thirst for danger and excitement as Andrew smuggled Bibles into Communist countries to help the persecuted, underground church and bring light to darkened hearts. Enemy lines and hostile borders mean nothing to God or to Andrew, who still works to assist the persecuted church across the world through the organization he founded, Open Doors.
Nancy Drummond lived and ministered with her parents who were missionaries in Jamaica before beginning a career in education. She is now a wife and mother and has spent many years as a Sunday School teacher. Nancy currently serves as a teacher and leader with young adults as well as writing children's books.
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In Behind Enemy Lines, Nancy Drummond tells the story of what happened when Brother Andrew- as Andrew was later known- became a Christian. She describes how God used him in incredible and miraculous ways to bring the Gospel to persecuted Christians living in Communist countries, where belief in Jesus was against the law aand Christians were forbidden to meet, or even own a Bible.
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