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.
Stuck with a fiancé she doesn’t love, Anna must decide whether to marry for position or live in disgrace. Given the job of taking care of a resentful, broken girl, Geesje must trust the Lord and try to help her past her heartache.
An immigrant from Holland, Geesje must learn to trust the Lord. Recently estranged from her fiancé and dealing with fears from her past, Anna must learn to trust that the Lord knows best.
When Barclay is enlisted to help with the war effort, he never imagined how much personal sacrifice and effort it could take to protect and help those he loved.
Clair had to learn a lot about trusting God when his father had to go away to work as a conscientious objector rather than going to war.
Sent on a mission to discover a secret code and find a way to decode it, Willa soon realizes that her job is more than just to steal a code. A whole family is at stake—is there any way she can help them?
Sent to figure out which side a man is on politically, Rosemary soon realizes there’s more than just politics going on inside the manor’s walls.
After she voluntarily went to Auschwitz to stay with her children, Helene Hannemann was asked to run a kindergarten.
This compilation of newsletters from China over the course of 10 years make a wonderful story of God’s work in a life and school.
A naturalist tells the story of a set of baby squirrels he, his wife, and a young soldier friend raised, and how the squirrels helped provide therapy to the soldier later.
A family follows God’s leading for their lives, and find themselves caught in the crossfire of an African civil war.
Walter tried to make sense out of hiding from the Nazis with his Jewish family by writing about his experiences to his grandmother.