E-mail address of the Corrie ten Boom Fonds:

Other links:

  • Pam Rosewell Moore:
    Pam was born near London, becoming a committed Christian at age 21. She served as a short-term missionary volunteer for the Church of the Province of East Africa from 1966-1967 and in 1968 joined the mission of Brother Andrew, “God’s Smuggler,” a Dutchman who transported Bibles into communist Eastern Europe. In 1976 Pam became companion to Corrie ten Boom, the Dutch Christian who was incarcerated in a Nazi prison camp and became known through her book The Hiding Place and film of the same name. Pam worked with Miss ten Boom until her death in 1983. In 1986, the same year as her marriage to Carey Moore, Pam published her first book, The Five Silent Years of Corrie ten Boom. A second book was Safer than a Known Way, the story of her surrender to the will of God. Together, Pam and Carey wrote: What Happens When Husbands and Wives Pray Together? She has also written Finding Your Way through Depression and Life Lessons from the Hiding Place: Discovering the Heart of Corrie ten Boom. From 1988 – 2003 Pam served Dallas Baptist University as director of intercessory prayer and spiritual life. A noted author and speaker, Pam shares her heart of faith over America and the world.
  • Corrie ten Boom House foundation:
    The Corrie ten Boom Museum is located in Corrie's family home in Haarlem, Holland. The Corrie ten Boom House Foundation endeavors to keep the spiritual heritage of this family alive by sharing the Ten Booms' inspiring story in the museum, and also through publications and other media.
  • Corrie ten Boom: A Faith Undefeated
    This new DVD, produced in 2013, tells the Ten Boom story for a new generation and will welcomed by many in the older generations too. We know of no other work which tells the story as succinctly and accurately as this one does. The DVD can be ordered from There is also a children’s edition available.
  • Radio messages by Corrie:
  • See the following videoclip for a powerful message by Corrie on how to forgive.


Corrie’s quotes, which you will find dotted around the website – some her own, others she heard and jotted down in the notebook she always carried with her – are used with permission from “Clippings from My Notebook” from her quarterly magazine The Hiding Place.

Photography by Gerald Crawford and Russ Busby gratefully acknowledged.