Back in 2008 I had the opportunity to visit the the Corrie ten Boom Museum in Haarlem, Holland, where Corrie ten Boom, author of The Hiding Place, and her family protected and hid many Jewish people during World War II, helping them escape to safety.I wrote a lengthy post about it and included some snapshots.Now, thanks to a new website created by the Corrie ten Boom Museum, you can take a fantastic virtual, narrated tour (link takes you to the English version). After the introduction, click on specific rooms to be taken directly there. Clicking on the rooms in order is ideal, if you have time to listen to the narration. Directional arrows allow you to look up or down, left or right, and to enter different spaces.You can see some of the ten Boom family photographs up close in great detail, and feel as if you are standing in the various rooms.Before you leave, be sure to visit Corrie’s bedroom and step into the actual hiding place. You can turn around the cramped space and imagine what it must have been like to huddle in fear, listening to Gestapo clop around the house as they searched for hidden Jews.The people who gave us the tour in 2008 told Corrie’s story and, in keeping with Corrie’s love for Jesus, they wove the Gospel message into the narration—the message of love, sacrifice and forgiveness in Christ Jesus that Corrie wrote and spoke about so earnestly and passionately during her lifetime as she traveled the world.The virtual tour includes that same message, woven into the narration.Please visit the Corrie ten Boom museum online, and make sure you have time to linger.