Darlene Deibler Rose: A Woman’s Miraculous Faith in the Jungles of World War II

Darlene Deibler Rose

As a young bride, Darlene Deibler accompanied her missionary husband to the Baliem Valley of New Guinea in hopes of ministering to the tribal people. Instead she ended up in a Japanese prison camp for the duration of World War II.

She relates the details of those eventful years in her poignant memoir, Evidence Not Seen. Follow the links below to read each part of her inspiring story. May her testimony touch your heart as it did mine!

The story of Darlene Deibler Rose, Part 1: Meeting Russell Deibler.

The story of Darlene Deibler Rose, Part 2: A Quick Courtship.

The story of Darlene Deibler Rose, Part 3: Welcome to the Valley

The story of Darlene Deibler Rose, Part 4: Those Who Fear Him

3 responses to Darlene Deibler Rose: A Woman’s Miraculous Faith in the Jungles of World War II

  1. I have read and reread Darlene’s book since it was first published. It never ceases to speak to my heart and provoke me to be more faithful to my Lord. I heard some time ago that a movie of her life was in the workings. Has it been completed and is it available?

    • I haven’t found a movie–just a little blurb from several years ago promising that one was in the works. I’d love to see Darlene’s story made into a movie. What a blessing it would be for our young people to see it! Thanks for stopping by, Judy!

  2. Never heard of her {I don’t think}. Will have to come back and read the links.

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