Dym believes he has found his long-lost English brother Tony—but the boy is positive he is Max, a German.
Twenty-two stories retell familiar and not-so-familiar accounts from the Bible in a fresh way that I love!
After her parents died, Martitia was taken to live with a family which included five practical jokers of boys.
Andrew van der Bijl went from an adventure-seeking boy in a small village in Holland to an adventure-having man as he smuggled Bibles into countries where they were forbidden.
The Spanish people needed the Bible in their own language, but would Casiodoro be able to get it translated before the Inquisition caught up with him?
When a profane sea captain falls desperately ill, and then remembers the Moravian missionaries he met as well as the Bible verses his mother taught him, what happens?
This series of eight books, which follow the author through his growing-up and young adult years, is a must-read for all families, and will especially appeal to cowboy-loving boys!
After a successful year of hauling wheat, Ralph went into the cattle trading business, and had many more ups and downs.
This powerful book tells the story of the Waldensians of the 13th century in an unforgettable way.
Coventry was never the same after the first Salvation Army ladies came—and neither was Eliza Shirley’s life!
Trille and Lena are next-door neighbors and best friends; what kind of trouble do they not get into?
When Ralph finds himself stranded along the Kansas/Nebraska border, penniless, he finds a way to land on his feet and make his fortune again!
After growing up with a privileged life in the American South, Lottie Moon poured out the rest of her life to bring Jesus to the people of China.
As he takes logs down the rivers to the market in St. Louis, Chris learns a lot about life and relationships in this wonderful story.
After a diagnosis of diabetes, Ralph needed a warm climate and sunshine—but he also needed to make a living for himself.
During the Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic of 1794, Lep does his best to help the sick—and questions whether his medical knowledge has any value.