Three women work to protect those they love and keep their faith as the Nazis invade and try to destroy the Dutch Jewish population.
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?
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.
Dym believes he has found his long-lost English brother Tony—but the boy is positive he is Max, a German.
When a boy discovers street children living in caves under Bucharest’s concert hall, little does he know that his discovery will ultimately mean life to most of them and his own family as well.
As World War II rages overseas, life goes on nearly as normal for the Amish Yoder family in Michigan—until the local school board decides that the teenagers must go to school!
When her family moves to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Hettie wants badly to see a bear, but little does she know the challenges she and her family will face during the next few years.
Two families, torn apart and yet connected by one little girl…can they trust God through everything that happens?
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.
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 her best friend is taken away, Evalina must learn to deal with her grief—and figure out how to encourage Taichi to hold on even though he’s in a concentration camp.
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?
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.
After she voluntarily went to Auschwitz to stay with her children, Helene Hannemann was asked to run a kindergarten.
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.
Walter tried to make sense out of hiding from the Nazis with his Jewish family by writing about his experiences to his grandmother.