A set of five books covering the entire history of the Christian church, from the Apostle Paul to Janani Luwum in Uganda in 1977.
Well-written stories of pivotal moments in the lives of over a dozen influential Christians who worked to change the world for Jesus between 1860 and 1977.
This is a collection of interesting stories about children of the past in America, and each story teaches a lesson in a natural way.
After seeing the need for Bibles in indigenous languages, Cameron Townsend founded Wycliffe Bible Translators to translate Bibles into unwritten languages.
The spirits said to kill the baby when he was born; when he became a man, Cleopas overturned the spirit’s power.
Young Karla could not understand why her parents hated her, and why she had to endure so much pain and abuse; what a difference it made when she accepted God’s forgiveness and in turn forgave those who had misused her for years.
120 short meditations and stories about adoption and fostering, written mostly by the adoptive mothers but also by the fathers or siblings, and in a few cases by the adoptee themselves.
The founder of the Creation Museum considers twelve passages of Scripture that sum up the dependence of biblical truth on a firm foundation.
A sailor in the time of Queen Elizabeth finds a baby, the sole survivor of a shipwreck, and brings her home to his wife—who is this baby and what do the mysterious tokens wrapped up with her mean?
When three animals become homesick for their owners, they take off on a several-hundred-mile journey through wilderness, trying to find them.
Sylvia must go live with her cousin Bonnie, but when the ship that Bonnie’s parents are on is sunk off the coast of Spain, they are left at the mercy of a wicked governness.
Wild Horse Annie grew up with mustangs, and her horror at seeing the way the wild horses were hunted out of the hills with airplanes and trucks to be slaughtered motivated her to work to get a law passed to prohibit such hunting.
An in-depth look at a facet of church history we are not aware of most of the time—did you know that there were large Christian communities in China and Japan in or before the 7th and 8th centuries?
Fascinating stories about 11 famous people who were instrumental in advancing the Christian faith and missions between 1700 and 1860.
In the spring of 1918, young Sterling and one of his buddies caught a baby raccoon, and Sterling raised it.
Aggie finishes her first year of caring for her sister’s eight orphaned children as she prepares for her own wedding.
Aggie is learning the ropes of raising a large family as she cares for her sister’s eight children and begins homeschooling them.
When her sister and brother-in-law suddenly die, Aggie, at the age of 22 and fresh out of college, inherits their eight children!