Bears? When Hettie finally meets her bear, she begins to understand how Peter felt when all his boastful courage drained away that night in the high priest’s palace. Among the rocks and hills of Michigan’s wilderness, the Yoder’s learn anew the truth, “The Lord is my rock…”
The little girl saw her daddy waiting below. Without a thought of fear, she jumped off the low roof and plunked into his arms. Her daddy was big and strong, and he knew how to take care of her. But her mom had bruises, and Bonnie didn’t realize they came from a strength gone wrong. […]
These stories will carry you across the centuries and around the globe. You will meet youth who lived long ago and in modern times. Like any faithful young person of today, the characters in these stories sought to “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of Christ Jesus” (Phil. 3:14).