As an infant he was the sole survivor of a shipwreck; as a teenager he was cast out of his adoptive tribe; as a young man he was a galley slave.
In a short, very readable study, world history from Creation to Christ is presented, bringing together Biblical history with what else was happening in the world at the time.
A family in New Zealand has fun working and playing together as they live in a barn while building their house on the farm they bought.
A very readable study of Egyptian archaeology and how the Biblical timeline is confirmed by the records left from the past.
One family’s journey over the course of 30 years vividly portrays the Communist takeover of China and Chairman Mao’s “reforms”.
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.
Grandma tells stories to her granddaughter about her life as a girl on a farm in Northern Michigan, when she had many adventures with her friend Sarah Jane.
With a combination of story and pictures, young children can learn about Alexander the Great and his conquest of the ancient world.
In their second year of living in a barn, the Boom family has many more adventures, including some they really didn’t wish for as well as a lot of fun together.
Corrie ten Boom shares her story of working in the Dutch underground to hide Jews during the Second World War.
Russell, captain of a slave ship, believes there is no God—but when his cabin boy has the audacity to tell him otherwise, will his conscience win out against logic?
With friends on both sides of the war, longing to follow the Lord, can William do what is right—and yet gain his father’s respect?