When it appears that she accidentally poisoned her betrothed, Shoshana was forced to flee to the nearest City of Refuge—but what could she do with her life there?
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?
After being forced to flee from her people, the Philistines, Eliora finds a home among the Hebrews with a priest’s family, but life isn’t all peaceful after Eli and his sons’ deaths.
Wanting to do something to help Israel, but unsure what she can do as a woman, Tirzah takes upon herself one of the most dangerous tasks anyone in her family has done—acting as a cook to spy in the Aramean commander’s household.
Twenty-two stories retell familiar and not-so-familiar accounts from the Bible in a fresh way that I love!
Tasmin couldn’t understand her brother Thomas, and Jude couldn’t understand his brother Yeshua.
Adventure stories for children based in Ancient Israel around King David’s lifetime.
Desperate to gain her father’s attention and affection, Adah arranges for a concert with his daughters—but can she trust that the Lord knows what’s best for her?
After being kidnapped and held prisoner for five years, is there any hope Rina will be able to go home to her parents again?
When a mistreated slave runs away and the village priest goes after him, can either of them survive in the desert—and what will happen when they meet?
Wife of one of the most powerful men in Israel, Shulle witnesses the horrors of King Manasseh’s reign—will there ever be hope for Judah?
When Rivkah is asked to marry a man in obedience to the law, she runs away—but her life goes from bad to worse. Can her father ever forgive her?
This short chapter book retells the story of the slave girl who helped Naaman recover from his leprosy.
When she is taken captive by Syrian raiders, the Israelite girl Miriam must decide whether to allow bitterness to take over her life, or to forgive and allow Jehovah to rule her life.
When Hadassah is taken to the King’s court, she must learn to trust God for her protection and direction.