For many, faith tends to weaken during times of duress. But in his new release, Escape From Terror, author and pastor Bill Basansky discusses how believers can use trials and adversities to grow in faith. In Escape From Terror (Creation House Press, pub date 2005, price) Basansky chronicles his childhood as a Ukrainian in Nazi prison camps during World War II. He also shares the impact of the gospel on his life as an adult, which resulted in a dramatic healing as well as him being empowered to evangelize by the Holy Spirit. He writes: ?The boldness of a young Christian full of the new wine of the Holy Spirit is sometimes breathtaking to behold, as he sets about sharing the most beautiful gift in the world-even with people who may not want the gift at all. At the same time the Holy Spirit was teaching me how to (and how not to) share Jesus with strangers. He was about to make further use of my naive enthusiasm.' Written for anyone who has been through adverse situations, Basansky's book will inspire readers to push through life's challenges despite how bleak circumstances may seem. Drawing from his own testimony, he provides readers with numerous anecdotes of God's supernatural provision and protection when things appeared hopeless. From narrowly eluding a German fighter-plane attack in Russia to escaping a California street gang as a police officer to becoming a minister of the gospel, Basansky takes readers along on his adventurous life and allows readers to enter the world of a man that has not only survived conventional warfare for his physical body, but also for his soul. Escape From Terror is a perfect resource for anyone who desires to grow in faith and no longer walk as a victim, but as a victor.Basansky, Bill is the author of 'Escape from Terror ', published 2005 under ISBN 9781591857204 and ISBN 1591857201.