Mennonite Martyrs: People Who Suffered for Their Faith, 1920-1940

Book, 1990, 263 pp
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Nothing happens by chance in the lives of people who belong to the Lord. Everything occurs according to the unfathomable but wise decree of our God. Such is the case with the stories in the book.

Mennonitische Märtyrer was an attempt to collect information about the fate of Mennonite ministers during the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. This compilation resulted in a two-volume set including biographical sketches, poems, and narrative accounts.

Mennonite Martyrs, now translated from the original German, provides the opportunity to gain inspiration and make commitments because of the challenge that this "modern martyrology" brings. The stories of faithfulness, suffering and death demand a response from the reader.

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