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Comfort for Troubled Christians
This little book helps us learn to be joyous and victorious in the midst of trial, poverty, betrayal, and heartache. It applies many comforting scriptures as salve to our wounds, and teaches contentment and trust in God. 72 pages; paperback; Moody Publishers.
Discovering My Place
Most new brides crave a vibrant marriage that remains unruffled despite the storms of life, but some will find themselves on a path of disappointment. The author set out to find the answers to lasting love, and as she studied, talked, and prayed, she discovered a place where surrender leads to grace, and grace leads to joy. A devotional book for women.
Fields of Zion
This sequel to “Hills of Zion” continues the story of Perci, Marie and their companions. While the Albigensian Crusade rages in France, the Waldensians of Switzerland live quietly and conscientiously, unaware that the Pope and his armies are searching for their mountain hideaway. Meanwhile, sympathizers within the Catholic church are working behind the scene to rescue the “heretics,” but struggling with their own position during a period of persecution.
In this work of historical fiction, we gain understanding of the challenges believers faced during the 13th century and the reader is led to reflect, “am I keeping the faith today?” Paperback; 287 pages.
George Müller: The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans
George Muller was an unhappy, rebellious youth, but was converted to Christianity before he married. After marriage, he opened his home to hungry orphans despite scarcely having enough to feed himself. With God providing for them, the Müller house became known as the “Breakfast Club” for thirty orphans. Eventually, he would give homes to over ten thousand children.