John Wycliffe and his friend Sebastian experience many adventures together as they go to university at Oxford in the 1300s.
When his sister’s serious illness brings him into contact with the famous doctor Paracelsus, Michael’s life is changed forever.
The lives of ten girls who were martyred for their faith at a young age are described in this little book.
Richard must choose whether to save himself or help others when his cousin Otto’s family are stoned out of Munster for being Anabaptists.
Because of increasing persecution, Peter’s family moves from the mountains of Switzerland to the Palatinate in Germany to work on the estate of a Count.
Hans wants to become a captain in the army—until he sees what the army is doing to his friends and learns more about their faith.
Hans Dunne thinks his dream of learning to be a scribe and copy the Bible died when he had to leave the monastery school after his father’s death, but when he became apprenticed to Johann Gutenberg he found another way to fulfill his dream.
Karl’s master, Martin Luther, is in danger; can he trust the girl who has been spying on him since before they went to the Diet of Worms?
Martin Luther set off a major revolution in the Catholic church in Germany, with affects throughout the rest of the Western world.
When two young girls become Christians and join the Anabaptists, can their faith hold out through persecution?
Two young men, a secretary and a serf, find themselves thrown together repeatedly as John Wycliffe stirs things up in 14th century England.
The history of Europe from 1451 to 1522, both political and religious, is woven around the story of Christopher Columbus and his sons.