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In My Father’s House
This story, based on a real life experience, tells about a boy raised in an orphanage. He had such a longing to connect with his father. As he got older, he became aquainted with his Heavenly Father, and gave his heart to Him. Through many trials he finally arrived at a place of more stability and security, and married a fine Christian girl. Maybe now was the time to pursue his search for his father? 423 pages; paperback; Martin.
Suitcases, Schools, and Survival
Join the impulsive and adventurous Stacy once again in this sequel to The Girl with Nine Lives. Stacy is an eighteen-year-old heading off to teach in small, private Christian schools. Her imagination creates many interesting moments with students in and out of the classroom as she teaches academics and shares her love for God. This story includes adventurous times in New Zealand and England. 245 pages; paperback.
Digital technology is both helpful and harmful, delightful and dangerous. This presents a challenge compelling godly youth to make difficult choices. Peer pressure is powerful, and no one wants to be left behind. How are youth going to survive this enticing world of technology? Practical reading for youth and adults. 248 pages.
The Pilot’s Voice
The true story of a wayward boy written to help young people understand the Pilot’s voice. Byron allows himself to mix with bad company and becomes involved in crime. Read about his brave decision to tell the truth, and rejoice in his repentance and conversion. 170 pages; paperback.
Elena: Strengthened Through Trials
Harvey Yoder. Born into a poor Christian family in communist Romania, Elena experiences harsh treatment at a state boarding school, harassment from authorities for helping in secret Bible distribution, all for her faith. Elena finally decides to flee her home … Read More