Homeless, Jack and Amy search for a new home—but when Amy hurts her foot, the need becomes even more desperate. Will the Salvation Army be able to help the children?
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?
What do Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, and Thomas Johnson, a freed slave, have in common?
Born a poor boy in Scotland, how did Andrew Carnegie become an American millionaire who funded so many libraries around the world?
John Wycliffe and his friend Sebastian experience many adventures together as they go to university at Oxford in the 1300s.
Her intense desire to have a Bible of her own motivated Mary Jones to sacrifice and save for many years.
Robert Upton travels around England with his father, following John Wesley, and wondering about the mysteries of conversion.
World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.
The life story of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is told, with many side notes to help children learn about Germany, World War II, and how these things apply to their own lives.
When his father is assigned to care for a young girl imprisoned in the Tower of London, Forrest has to choose whether to be brave or to let cowardice rule his life.
When her father can’t handle her anymore, he sends Kate to live with his brother on the family farm in rural, pre-World War I Hungary.
When his sister’s serious illness brings him into contact with the famous doctor Paracelsus, Michael’s life is changed forever.
Sixteen stories of courageous Christians who put their lives on the line to get Bibles to those who badly needed them and couldn’t access them themselves.
Floyd McClung learns to trust the Lord’s guidance while learning to minister to hippies, drug addicts, and prostitutes across Europe.
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.
The lives of ten girls who were martyred for their faith at a young age are described in this little book.
Soon after the Hungarian Revolution, a young family decided they must escape so their children would be free.
As many people turned away from God during the German occupation of Holland, Ernest and Elly both turned to God, independently.
As he struggles for survival during the Berlin Airlift in 1948, Erich must eventually decide whether to hold on to hatred or to forgive.