In over a hundred short stories and poems, more than 20 mothers share bits of their lives as an encouragement to other Christian mothers.
In learning to love and appreciate her special needs twin brother, Kim learns to love and trust God more, as well.
When he finds himself abandoned by his wicked older brothers in the deep forest, young William has only one direction to turn for help.
These five stories are all tied together with a common theme, which makes this collection extra-fun!
Wonderful, colored line drawings and descriptive text show all the stages in the building of a mosque in the late 1500s.
When his enemy’s life was in danger, Dirk Willems saved him—and gave up his own life in the process.
A thoughtful book about taking more time for the things that matter—and connecting with the Lord in a deeper way.
After getting in trouble with an older boy in his village, Ohkwa’ri must figure out what a good response should be and how to encourage the boy to work for peace instead of division.
A Study Bible with a central focus on the gospel: Not only on how the whole Bible is focused on the topic, but also how it can be practically lived out in our own lives.
After becoming a doctor and surgeon during World War II, Paul Brand spent his life trying to help people suffering from leprosy—and made many advances in research on the disease.
As a cryptographer, Margot has an immensely important job in the war effort—but what happens when she meets a distracting young man and her world begins to fall apart?
When Hadassah is taken to the King’s court, she must learn to trust God for her protection and direction.
A traveling missionary catches up with different missionary friends of his, and shares snapshots of the gospel’s progress around the world.