When she becomes heavily involved with the student movement in Tiananmen Square that resulted in a massacre, Chai Ling has no idea where this will lead her later in life.
A traveling missionary catches up with different missionary friends of his, and shares snapshots of the gospel’s progress around the world.
After suffering terrible losses on the mission field, Nik Ripken wonders if it’s really worth the cost to be a Christian.
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 well-known missionary takes a look at how God prepares cultures around the world for the amazing news of Jesus before they’ve ever even heard of the Bible or Jesus Christ.
After Jacob DeShazer has been taken prisoner by the Japanese during the Second World War, can he learn to forgive despite all they’ve done to him?
This series of books takes you through the entire sweep of world history, from the beginning until 2000.
World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.
Pauline Hamilton relates her life story, both the humorous parts and the challenging and dangerous things that happened to her as a missionary in China and Taiwan.
Mei-en’s mother has died, and she’s been sold to a gypsy—what will happen when a strange foreigner named Gladys Aylward buys her?
The lives of ten girls who were martyred for their faith at a young age are described in this little book.
The story of George Washington’s life is interspersed with history from around the world at the same time.