In the Shadow of Death by Adeline Albrecht Niemi Lynch

In the Shadow of Death by Adeline Albrecht Niemi Lynch

In the Shadow of Death by Adeline Albrecht Niemi Lynch

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Ida Louise Wittke Albrecht’s life is the story of World War II that was never told: a view seen through the eyes and heart of a girl who grew to motherhood in the palm of adversity.

ISBN 978-1-886068-95-7

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Ida Louise Wittke Albrecht’s life is the story of World War II that was never told: a view seen through the eyes and heart of a girl who grew to motherhood in the palm of adversity. The shadow of death hovered over Ida most of her life. Born into a childhood of brutal abuse, she grew up in Romania as the unrest brewed that would bring about World War II. Shortly after she married, she fled her home in an attempt to escape the loss, suffering, and horror around her. As a mother in war-torn Europe whose husband was called to duty, she and her children were displaced from camp to camp, from town to town, and from country to country. Ida’s courage to press on with her children stands as a testimony to the sustaining power found in God’s love. Her faith pulled her through the struggle for survival and braved her against the horrors she witnessed. Though fear was continually with her—she was even forced to face death itself—her trust in God’s plan gave her strength in both body and soul to do the impossible. This is a book of hard truth that will help students and future generations comprehend the suffering and challenges that people like Ida Louise Wittke Albrecht endured in her search for freedom and safety. Her life is proof that God is good to those who believe .  .  . no matter what comes. Cover Art by Kylie M. Westlake, granddaughter of the author.

CANDY ABBOTT is an author, publisher, inspirational speaker, and grandmom. But most of all, she sees herself as a “fruitbearer” as it is her life’s goal to exhibit the Fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23) in all that she does. She began writing in 1983, around the same time she co-founded Sisters in Christ, a women's prayer group. Candy is a charter member of Southern Delaware Toastmasters, elder and deacon at the Georgetown Presbyterian Church, director of the annual Fruitbearer conference, and founder of Delmarva Christian Writers’ Fellowship. In January 2014, Candy founded Mothers With a Mission, an organization devoted to strengthening the moral and spiritual foundation of our homes, families, and communities. She and her husband, Drew, own and operate Fruitbearer Publishing, LLC, an award-winning company, established in 1999. They have three children and four grandchildren, all near their home in Georgetown, Delaware. For more information visit www.fruitbearer.com.

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