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Deliverance



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By Natalie Czerkasij Lewellen, Alla Czerkasij

ISBN: 9780828027151 | 144 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2014

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For years the heart-pounding “edge-of-your-seat survival story” of Alla Czerkasij has captivated audiences everywhere, and now for the first time it is available in print. 

Alla was just a child when World War II invaded the Ukraine. The blunt horror of war ended her childhood. In 1944 Allied forces made their way toward the German forced-labor camp where she and a handful of family members struggled to stay alive. Under the constant threat of starvation, torture, and death, Alla remembered back to childhood moments on her knees when she had sensed the presence of God. Alla decided that if the war ever ended and she survived to see it, she would find Him again.

Haunting and inspiring, this is the true story of a girl who, amid the soul-ravaging horrors of war, came to know the God of hope and deliverance.  

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For years the heart-pounding “edge-of-your-seat survival story” of Alla Czerkasij has captivated audiences everywhere, and now for the first time it is available in print. 

Alla was just a child when World War II invaded the Ukraine. The blunt horror of war ended her childhood. In 1944 Allied forces made their way toward the German forced-labor camp where she and a handful of family members struggled to stay alive. Under the constant threat of starvation, torture, and death, Alla remembered back to childhood moments on her knees when she had sensed the presence of God. Alla decided that if the war ever ended and she survived to see it, she would find Him again.

Haunting and inspiring, this is the true story of a girl who, amid the soul-ravaging horrors of war, came to know the God of hope and deliverance.  

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Pages 144
Author Alla Czerkasij , Natalie Czerkasij Lewellen
Publisher Review and Herald Publishing
Language ENG
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Title Alpha Deliverance
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Endorsements

"An edge-of-your-seat story of survival!" - Melaine Bockmann, author of Convicted! and In The Shadow of the Mob.  

"It is with the utmost sincerity that I recommend this book." - Jack J. Blanco, author of The Clear Word.

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ENDORSEMENTS:

"An edge-of-your-seat story of survival!" - Melaine Bockmann, author of Convicted! and In The Shadow of the Mob.  

"It is with the utmost sincerity that I recommend this book." - Jack J. Blanco, author of The Clear Word.

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Natalie Czerkasij Lewellen


Natalie Czerkasij Lewellen, daughter of Alla Czerkasij and product of Ukrainian heritage, has listened to her mother’s stories of World War II survival her entire life, and is happy to team with her mother to share those stories within the pages of this book. Natalie resides with her husband, Jim, and their daughter in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Alla Czerkasij


Alla Czerkasij is a survivor with every reason to be bitter; she has survived everything from Communism and Nazism to tuberculosis and starvation. However, her faith in God has made her better instead of bitter. She continues to share her amazing story—and her love for God—to live audiences, as well as in radio and newspaper interviews.

 
REVIEWS:
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Leah

A Must Read!

This is an absolutely riveting story of a family destroyed by war and communism. It is a story of how evil and good collide and the heartbreak that results - betrayal, abuse, distrust, neighbors turning against neighbors, and death. Even so, God is faithful! I could not put this book down! Very well written and compelling.
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Alice

Exciting story

Nikolai and Dusia from the Russian Ukraine Fall in love and marry. At 18 years old and in horrible pain gives birth to their only child a girl named Alla. Dusia can not bond with her baby and it takes many years for her to tell Alla that she loves her. The Russian Soviets persecute the God fearing Eastern Orthodox Ukrainians. Then WW2 Begins and the Germans fight and plunder the Ukrainians. Alla knows that Grandma Natasha and her dad Nikolai love her and she wonders about God. THe Germans take many young Ukrainians to work in their factories as they Leave the Ukraine, including Dusia, Nikolai and little Alla. Life is Germany is hard. Nikolai dies, Alla contracts TB and her mother marries mean Uncle Vanya. Alla continues to seek for God. She knows that he is there but how can she be closer to him? Alla finds more turbulence in her life until she totally finds God.