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Reviewed by Daniel D Staats for Readers' Favorite
Nancy M. Churchill has written a masterpiece. Through the Tunnel to Win the Heart is superbly written and kept my interest throughout. Each page is filled with intrigue and keeps you engaged to see what happens next. This book tells the story of Nancy when she spent a year in Vietnam serving as a member of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). She served as a nurse in some of the most unbelievable circumstances during the TET Offensive in 1968. She was there to help the locals and the service personnel. Your heart will go out to the children she nursed back to health although many did not make it. Your faith will be challenged, as was hers, wondering why God allowed such awful things to happen to innocent children during the war.
Nancy wanted to serve--and had already been serving--the poor and needy around the world. When she arrived back in the States, after serving in Africa, she was “volunteered” to serve in Vietnam. She did not especially want to go but felt it was God that was sending her, so she went to serve God first and the needy second. God gave her calmness of spirit in some of the most difficult situations. She tells how conditions were in Southeast Asia during the war. Nancy reveals the horror of the war. She shares the suffering of the natives. Nancy M. Churchill shares how God gave her faith to continue even under heavy mortar fire. Through the Tunnel to Win the Heart will inspire you and give you a view usually missed when thinking of the war. I know I had never thought about the suffering of the children in a war zone.