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?
When Sir Rowan’s fame will not save him from being kidnapped or deliver him a ransom, can he learn to trust the Prince for help?
When Bert rides the orphan train to Iowa, will he find a real family—or will he have to go back to New York City?
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?
When Manju climbed a tall tree to act out the story of Zacchaeus, he discovered a village of poor people which neither he nor anyone in his own village knew about.
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.
Two families want to go to Canada to live—a Mennonite family in Pennsylvania, and a slave family in Virginia.
Robert Upton travels around England with his father, following John Wesley, and wondering about the mysteries of conversion.
By comparing the beliefs of the world’s main religions, the author proves the falacy of the thought stated in the title of this book.
World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.