(Peter) Moshe Loth is a Holocaust survivor who was born in Stutthof Concentration Camp to his Jewish mother who was imprisoned with his aunt and grandmother. After the liberation of Stutthof by the Russians, Moshe’s mother handed her infant son over to a kind Polish woman who agreed to care for him until his mother could return. Moshe lived in Poland not knowing about his real mother until he was 14 years old. During that time he was shuffled from one orphanage to another. The years held much suffering, abuse, and humiliation at the hands of soviet police and guards. At 14 years old, he was reunited with his mother who was living in western Germany with her new husband, a U.S Army soldier. The many years of abuse and dysfunction created an angry and bitter young man until God changed his life.