Klaus-Dieter John gets a vision for starting a hospital for the poorest of the poor in Peru, but will God bless his idea and give him enough resources to complete his dream?
World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.
Taken into the Shining Path against his will, Alfredo longs to find out more about this Jesus he has heard about, but it doesn’t seem likely he’ll ever even have the chance to try.
When they are called to minister to the thousands of street children in one of Brazil’s major cities, Johan and Jeannette learn new levels of faith and through God’s love, see many people’s lives changed forever.
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.
Six years after being kidnapped by the Jesuits during the Portuguese Inquisition, two sisters escape from the monastery in Brazil and try to make their way to Amsterdam to find their parents.
When the law begins requiring his children to study topics he does not approve of in school, Ben Yoder moves his family to Mexico.
After growing up in a kibbutz in Israel, Amalyah finds herself endlessly searching for love-can she ever find what she needs?
Ninety-three short accounts tell the story of missions around the world from the time of Christ until now.
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?
The history of Europe from 1451 to 1522, both political and religious, is woven around the story of Christopher Columbus and his sons.
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.