The lives of ten girls who were martyred for their faith at a young age are described in this little book.
As he struggles for survival during the Berlin Airlift in 1948, Erich must eventually decide whether to hold on to hatred or to forgive.
As a young woman, Bessie Markman traveled alone from Lithuania to New York and made a new life for herself.
Life was not wonderful for Ruth and her mother after they joined her father in America, and they had to find ways to survive and love each other.
When Philomena finds herself alone in the world, she must try to find work and her aunt in the big city of Prague.
Hans’s family have always been bakers, but Hans dreams of riding the Lipizzaners, who live and perform in his home city of Vienna, Austria.
Gladys Aylward gave her life to spread God’s word in China, having the adventure of a lifetime along the way.
As Jungle Doctor (aka, Paul White) heads back to Africa to get an update of what’s going on, he encounters a lot of new situations and shares an overall view of what the medical missions work looked like in the 1950s.
Seven children who were sent out of Germany by their Jewish parents on the eve of World War II tell their stories.
After her father is arrested for his faith, 12-year-old Chung-Cha endures years of horrible treatment in a North Korean labor camp.
Wilfred Grenfell led a very adventurous life as he did God’s work in the North Sea and the Arctic around Labrador.
Ninety-three short accounts tell the story of missions around the world from the time of Christ until now.
When a group of men and one woman spend a year on a remote island in the Arctic Ocean, the woman, Ada Blackjack, must learn how to survive in such a hostile environment.