Wife of one of the most powerful men in Israel, Shulle witnesses the horrors of King Manasseh’s reign—will there ever be hope for Judah?
After years of trying to please Allah with good works, Esther met the Savior—and her life was never the same again.
When Rivkah is asked to marry a man in obedience to the law, she runs away—but her life goes from bad to worse. Can her father ever forgive her?
After being a missionary in Turkey for 23 years, Andrew Brunson was suddenly arrested in 2016 on trumped-up charges. Can his faith in God stand firm through the following years of incarceration?
This short chapter book retells the story of the slave girl who helped Naaman recover from his leprosy.
When she is taken captive by Syrian raiders, the Israelite girl Miriam must decide whether to allow bitterness to take over her life, or to forgive and allow Jehovah to rule her life.
Wonderful, colored line drawings and descriptive text show all the stages in the building of a mosque in the late 1500s.
A thoughtful book about taking more time for the things that matter—and connecting with the Lord in a deeper way.
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 Hadassah is taken to the King’s court, she must learn to trust God for her protection and direction.
A traveling missionary catches up with different missionary friends of his, and shares snapshots of the gospel’s progress around the world.
When Hana Abboud is asked to represent a family who was injured by terrorists while visiting Israel, she must decide whether it’s worth the risk—and if the Lord wants her to step into a potentially dangerous situation.
After suffering terrible losses on the mission field, Nik Ripken wonders if it’s really worth the cost to be a Christian.
When her family is killed by sea raiders, Sofea must find hope and healing while living in a foreign land.
When Bablyon is overrun by enemies, Daniel and his wife realize their need to be honest with their children about their past lives.