When John Rush turned his life over to Jesus, he never dreamed he would be used of God in the remote Pacific Islands country of Vanuatu!
When God gave her a heart for unreached people, Christina di Stefano went to the Philippines for two weeks—and ended up staying for six years!
As a young woman, Bessie Markman traveled alone from Lithuania to New York and made a new life for herself.
After his miraculous conversion to Christianity at a young age, Sadhu Sundar Singh devoted his life to spreading the gospel in any way he could.
The lives of ten women of God are briefly told, with some helps to apply lessons from their lives to yours.
The lives of ten women who made a difference for God are introduced to young readers, along with a short guide to help you apply lessons from their lives to your own.
Short biographies of ten famous women who changed the world for Christ are followed by passages that help readers apply lessons to their own lives.
Joanne Shetler tells her story of the 20 years she spent translating the Bible for a tribe in the Philippines.
Gladys Aylward gave her life to spread God’s word in China, having the adventure of a lifetime along the way.
After Anne Hjelle is attacked by a mountain lion while out mountain biking, is there any way she can conquer her fear and begin living normal life again?
As Jungle Doctor (aka, Paul White) heads back to Africa to get an update of what’s going on, he encounters a lot of new situations and shares an overall view of what the medical missions work looked like in the 1950s.
Martin Luther set off a major revolution in the Catholic church in Germany, with affects throughout the rest of the Western world.
After growing up in a kibbutz in Israel, Amalyah finds herself endlessly searching for love-can she ever find what she needs?
Because he could not reconcile his beliefs in loving his enemies, as Jesus commanded, with killing people, Clarence Dover became a conscientious objector during World War II.
Wilfred Grenfell led a very adventurous life as he did God’s work in the North Sea and the Arctic around Labrador.
After Rachel Saint’s death in 1996, what happened to the Waodani Indians, who had killed her brother and four of his fellow missionaries in 1956?