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.
Seven children who were sent out of Germany by their Jewish parents on the eve of World War II tell their stories.
When she wanted to write an Amish novel, a young woman spent a week living with an Amish family to learn their lifestyle firsthand.
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.
The story of the orphan trains in America is told through the eyes of seven of the children who rode the trains.
Wilfred Grenfell led a very adventurous life as he did God’s work in the North Sea and the Arctic around Labrador.
The story of the Viking Exploration of the North Atlantic and discovery of North America is told in comic-book style.
Forty-one short stories describe people’s experiences, mostly as children, with angels and special meetings with Jesus.
Uncle Eric writes a series of letters to his nephew Chris about economics, how money works and how your life is affected.
In 34 short chapters, the lives of many famous men and a few women in Medieval Europe are described, telling the history of Europe along the way.