World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.
The story of George Washington’s life is interspersed with history from around the world at the same time.
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.
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.
After her parents are shipped south against their will, can Mehrit and her little brother survive despite their war-torn and famine-reduced surroundings?
Ninety-three short accounts tell the story of missions around the world from the time of Christ until now.
Helen describes her life—from a little girl desiring acceptance, through her work in the Congo, ministering as a doctor in a mission hospital.
Jarah and her family live through the plagues of Egypt as they work through a controversy in their family over whether Yahweh or the Egyptian gods is causing the problems.
Miriam struggles with sharing God’s presence with other people when Moses appears after a long absence to free his people from Egypt.
Lively full-color illustration and brief text provide children with a glimpse into four different periods of history.
In a short, very readable study, world history from Creation to Christ is presented, bringing together Biblical history with what else was happening in the world at the time.
A very readable study of Egyptian archaeology and how the Biblical timeline is confirmed by the records left from the past.
In gentle, easy text and beautiful color photographs, young children are introduced to other children who live in poverty and war-stricken places around the globe.
Russell, captain of a slave ship, believes there is no God—but when his cabin boy has the audacity to tell him otherwise, will his conscience win out against logic?
Wendwa wants to be a nurse at the mission hospital, but her father the chief wants her to marry the witchdoctor—who will win the contest?
After her escape from a train on its way to a death camp, a little girl is sent by her rescuer to South Africa to find a better life.
Four biographies, about Martin Luther, David Livingstone, Dwight Moody, and C. S. Lewis, in one volume.