When Billy and his best friend Bruce find a baby Great Horned owl, Billy adopts it—and thus ensues a summer of adventures for the pair of them.
As the Red Army fights to gain control of Russia, the Mennonites debate whether they should continue their old tradition of returning good for evil, or fight to protect their own.
Andrew van der Bijl went from an adventure-seeking boy in a small village in Holland to an adventure-having man as he smuggled Bibles into countries where they were forbidden.
Though unwilling to be a missionary, Margaret found herself in the Central African Republic, experiencing some amazing things.
Lilian’s adoptive mother recently died, and she is ready to leave for Europe with her father—and then she hears that her sister may still be alive.
Book review of Beyond the Trail Synopsis: The Kauffman family needed to move 500 miles, but didn’t have the means to go by train, so they traveled by horse-drawn wagon.
Over the course of four books, trace Adele’s and Troy’s stories from when one or both of their parents die until they become parents themselves and find forgiveness.
A book sharing 30 favorite songs about heaven and the stories behind what brought each of those to us today.
When her brother and sisters were sent to Canada with other orphans, without her mother’s permission, Laura followed them and discovered that not everything was as good as it sounded.
A few years after he moves his family, including Ethan and his brothers and sister, to South Dakota, Chad Rush moves them to Mexico for a year!
This fascinating trilogy describes a family’s life in the Outback of Australia through the eyes of an imaginative, fiesty girl.
As a little boy, Obando could not understand why he was so different from the other children around him—could he find out why, as an adult?
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.
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?
With her home life in a shambles, Grace Picoletti struggles to find her way in life—even as her father spirals deeper into sin and her mother’s demands seem to increase daily.
After suffering terrible losses on the mission field, Nik Ripken wonders if it’s really worth the cost to be a Christian.