When Franz Hasel, a Sabbath-keeping Pacifist, was drafted into the Nazi army, could he hold to his convictions and still manage to do the tasks he was given? And could his family at home survive, and hold to their convictions?
A collection with many different stories from a variety of authors, this book’s goal is to encourage Christian women of all ages to live out their calling and follow Christ more closely.
Three siblings have written a book to help brothers and sisters learn to love each other more and get along better.
The mother of 10 children tells the story of her life, from a young girl struggling to learn to read to a missionary in Europe now.
120 short meditations and stories about adoption and fostering, written mostly by the adoptive mothers but also by the fathers or siblings, and in a few cases by the adoptee themselves.