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?
Three women work to protect those they love and keep their faith as the Nazis invade and try to destroy the Dutch Jewish population.
When two newly-adopted teenagers travel to Haiti with their new family, they find themselves immersed in more adventure than they ever wanted—and learn a lot about themselves and what is really important.
The two sisters of Jesus lead very different lives from each other; when one husband is imprisoned unjustly, is there any way his wife can help him find freedom, and what do they do about their brother who insists on wandering around the country?
As the wife of an SS guard, Helene’s hands had been tied as far as helping people who were taken to a concentration camp, but after the war was over, she had her chance—but would they accept her help if they knew who she was?
When his father was taken away to prison and the dog nearly killed, the boy learned about loyalty and love.
Casey is traveling with the circus when he meets Dwight L. Moody; is the man’s advice to him really good?
When Napoleon was trying to conquer Europe, England invaded Denmark to try to stop him—but two children tried to stop the English!
After her family disintegrates, Rosebud follows her father’s instructions to flee when she hears the whippoorwill singing.
After being stolen from their home and used to start a war, Chuma and Wikatani were found by David Livingstone and traveled with him.
Pirate treasure, horse racing, and a girl whom people think is a witch—this is quite the epic story!
When her family finances start to struggle during the Depression, Lillian decides to become a horseback librarian to help supplement their income.
Though she feels somewhat stuck with her stepfather, Kimmie knows she must find a way to escape—soon, or both her brother and she will suffer even worse abuse than they already face.
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.
When she discovers the possible answer to their family’s money woes—and, perhaps, a way to please her mother for once—Lena becomes a horseback librarian, but soon discovers she has more trouble than ever.
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.