The life story of a famous hymn writer, written for children, along with stories about some of the different songs she wrote.
Still clinging to unresolved bitterness, Sanford isn’t about to try to get up any Christmas spirit for the season. Can Natalie, teaming up with Sanford’s granny and some friends, help him learn to forgive?
Alex wants to date Reagan, but she’s determined he has done far too much against her to make that a remote possibility—so when she challenges him to apologize for something he’s done in exchange for a date, can he come up with anything?
Now that Ben is a Christian, he wants to learn all he can about being Christ-like. But when the one girl he doesn’t want to see again appears in his life, claiming she’s pregnant with his child, can he do what Jesus wants him to?
After starting a bookstore, Harvey is ready for life to quiet down when someone is murdered close to her shop—can they catch the perpetrator in time before others die?
Still running from his past, John Cross rescues Christine Lewis from certain death—but he doesn’t know that this will cause even more trouble for him.
Adventure stories for children based in Ancient Israel around King David’s lifetime.
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.
Daniel was a Tory, as his father was, in Salem, Massachusetts on the eve of the Revolutionary War—what would happen when the pressure came on him to declare his beliefs publicly?
Book review of Beyond the Trail Synopsis: The Kauffman family needed to move 500 miles, but didn’t have the means to go by train, so they traveled by horse-drawn wagon.
Grandfather is injured and can’t deliver a vital message; Ellen is too afraid to do it—how will the message get through to General Washington?
The Yoder family, now living in Arkansas, are growing rice—but what will happen to them as the Great Depression gets bad?
Alyssa’s life certainly didn’t follow the plan she had mapped out—could she survive losing her young husband to cancer?
In the context of renovating an old, dilapidated house in Charleston, the author gives much wise advice for marriage.
When their income dropped to nearly nothing, what could the Bolton family do but move onto undeveloped land with no modern conveniences!
When her family was in trouble, Nancy impetuously did the only thing she could think of to make the money they needed to survive—disguised herself as a boy and joined the Pony Express!