This story takes place in Germany during the era of the castles. Mary and her good father James live in a small cottage near the castle. James is a gardener while Mary works for the Countess in the castle. Mary’s … Read More
A. W. Tozer, compiled by Warren Wiersbe. Many of Tozer’s best essays have been brought together in this volume. It contains excerpts from The Pursuit of God, Born After Midnight, God Tells the Man Who Cares, The Root of the … Read More
Alfred Isaac. An autobiographical account of Alfred’s adventures while growing up on a southeastern Manitoba farm. The book depicts life from early childhood, through boyhood, school years, and on to his conversion as a young adult. The last twenty pages … Read More
Andrew Murray. In thirty-one brief chapters, arranged as readings for each day of the month, this book challenges Christians to practice the art of waiting–of being silent before God in complete trust and dependence. 138 pages; paper; Christian Literature Crusade.
Children are gifts from the Lord. In this practical guide, the author shows the essential qualities of being a parent who loves the Lord. This book teaches parenting virtues of love, self-control, kindness, and others that will help mold the … Read More
Compiled by John R. Rice. These poems will warm the heart of the Christian, some written by noted authors including Fanny Crosby, Annie Johnson Flint, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The themes cover salvation, faith, sin, prayer, service, and more. 333 … Read More
John Bevere. This book takes a deeper look at one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God–offense. You will get ideas on how to stop being suspicious of others, how to … Read More