Tina’s life in a drunken, dysfunctional, desperately poor family left her longing for something better . . . but what could it be, and was it possible to find any better way of life?
While Bilquis was searching for deeper truth and answers to her questions, Jesus revealed Himself to her—and she realized He was what she’d been searching for all her life.
Though she was a normal housewife and mother, when Odette Sansom hears the call to become an SOE agent for England, she accepts the call, and ends up becoming WWII’s most highly decorated spy.
When she learned, as an adult, that she was a survivor of abortion, Claire’s world was turned upside down.
Through excruciating circumstances, Jennifer had to decide whether to die with her son or let him die and give herself a fighting chance at life.
As Eli struggles to adjust to living in Kansas, his parents are concerned about the young people in their Amish church, and wonder what they should do to safeguard their own teenagers.
How did Louis Pasteur discover what causes spoilage of food and disease?
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.
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.
Coventry was never the same after the first Salvation Army ladies came—and neither was Eliza Shirley’s life!
Though unwilling to be a missionary, Margaret found herself in the Central African Republic, experiencing some amazing things.
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.
A blind boy himself, Louis Braille invented the alphabet that is still used today by the blind.
The man who surveyed the capitol city of the United States was not only a surveyor, but also had other incredible talents.