A remarkable story of family and faith.
War is hell, and World War II created hell for everyone it touched. Across a Field of Angels is the gripping story of how one Christian family, forced from their rural farm in Germany, made their slow escape from the terrors of the war and Hitler's regime. The Guetter family--along with neighboring families--spent months hiding in forests and abandoned buildings only to later spend years shuffled among refugee camps where rations were slim and disease was rampant. But one mother's strong faith kept hope in spite of indescribable fear and suffering, until they eventually found a safe haven in the United States. The strength of a mother and the innocence of children come together in a unique, supernatural way in Across a Field of Angels.
“If you have ever wondered about or doubted the providential care and love of God, you need to read this book!” –Pastor John Kieschnick, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
“Pastor Ann Loutfi’s personal testimony of war torn Germany is riveting. Her childhood experiences and Faith during those dark times are compelling.” –Pastor David Self, Executive Pastor, Houston’s First Baptist Church
“This book authenticates, inspires, enlightens, and transforms.” – Chaplain Milt May, Harris County Boot Camp, Humble, Texas
Reader Peggy Batho Provides an Endorsement and Quick Review