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Sunshine and Shadow
In some ways Honduras was a Garden of Eden – pleasant climate, fertile soil, many fruits and vegetables. In other ways it was a dark and sinister land – poverty, violence, crime. Could 22 Amish families make their home there?
“Only a Heckerdorn,” they said. All her life Susannah found herself struggling to overcome the stigma of being one of John Heckerdorn’s daughters. “Too lazy to work. No wonder they’re poor.” And poor they were, poor that is in everything except children. There were eleven and most grew up in other homes. Among them was […]
Susie’s Apple Pie
Lil’ Tot Hardbacks are a whole new approach to Amish children books. This series will have all full color illustrations featuring Amish children and the experiences they encounter.
Tampering With Temptation
Contains three good character building stories with an Important theme: Giving in to temptation only makes you weaker. Good lessons on honesty and integrity.
TawnyFighting Horse of the Old West
Journey with Grandy as she walks the journey of deep grief and learn how to best make her very own tear soup. Simply told and fascinatingly illustrated, Tear Soup is a thoughtful gift to give those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. It affirms the bereaved and educates the unbereaved. Full-color throughout.
Tears of the RainA family’s search for faith, community and purpose
Go with Ruth Ann and her family ass they find themselves in Liberia for two years on a miussion assigment. How will they adjust to starving children, disease, and witchcraft? A touching story that takes you from tears to smiles. You will enjoy.
Tell Me Stories of Jesus
Seventy stories about Jesus that both children and older ones will enjoy! A real treasure! Beautiful full color illusrations.
Test of Faith
Children love this book telling the story of the tragic Indian attack on the Jacob Hochstetler family. It contains numerous full color paintings and photos. Very nice book.
The Adventures of Rusty and Ryan
Children love this book of twenty stories written on a third grade level. Nice character building stories. Older children enjoy them too!
The Amazing Story of the Ausbund
Ausbund hymnal written by Anabaptists and still used by most Amish today.
For many years an arrowhead lay hidden in the Indiana soil. The Indian who had shot it was long forgotten. The generations of settlers never found it. Then came Ted, praying for an arrowhead. Will he find it? History comes alive through this story of an Indian brave, hardworking settlers, farm families, and a boy […]
The Baby Who Couldn’t Stay
A nice full-color book with a simple story-poem for young children who have lost a baby sibling or close relative. A child’s view of death and heaven.
The Basket of Flowers
This is the story of James the gardener and hes young daughter Mary who becomes wrongfully convicted as a thief. You will be strengthened by his example and encouragement.
The Beggars Bible
Arnold wanted to go to college. How could he go without money? Should he work in the fields or beg for the church? Interesting story from the 1300’s. Ages10-up.
The Bible or the Axe
Exile. Persecution. Torture. Read the riveting, true story of one man’s escape from Sudan. The author grew up as a refugee in the wilderness of Uganda. As a teen he returned to his homeland only to face arrest, persecution and torture. His miraculous escape from jihad forces was the first step in an odyssey that […]
The Bible Smuggler
This is the daring story of how William Tyndale translated the Bible into English so the common people could read it. It was a dangerous yet very important project. Ages 10-up.
The Bishop’s Shadow
Read the true and moving account of how a street urchin follows a bishop into his church. Unusual events lead the young lad to adore the bishop and become a follower of God. Then the u nthankable happens and Theois crushed.
Sixteen year old Peter strains his eyes down the mountain. Six painful weeks have passed since his minister father was rudely torn from his life by Anabaptist hunters. How will Peter and his family survive amidst the hardship, betrayal, and hopelessness of sixteenth century European Anabaptism? Always hunted and ever moving, yet always searching for […]
The Buttercup Tree
Go with the Yoder family as they adjust to Mississippi living. They face many struggles when Mother becomes sick and dies leaving the grieving family behind. Read on of the adjustments when Father remarries. A touching story well written. Illustrated
The Call of the SSS
In this story the author looks forward and paints a picture of future scenes that may become very real some day. God has not promised you a safe and stable America, but He has promised to always be with His faithful ones. This is an easy to read book that every young man of draft […]
The Choice Is Yours
A collection of 19 short stories with characters of all ages in the experiences of sowing and reaping, and much more.
Read this real life account of the Zimmerman family’s zeal, guilt, and personal struggle in the midst of church upheaval at the turn of the century. This book can help you appreciate Biblical faith and its practical applications.
The CostMy life on a terrorist hit list
Born into a prominent Shia Muslim family in Pakistan, Ali had it all – prestihe, security, wealth, social status. Until he made the most drastic and dangerous decision of his life. After a dramatic encounter with Jesus himself, Ali denounced Islam and converted to Christianity.
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