By O.F. Walton (1849-1939) Twelve-year-old Alick does what many boys only dream of doing — he helps with the rescue attempt when a ship strikes the rocks near his island home. Only one person is saved — a lively two-year-old named Timpey. The story of how the islanders learned the importance of building on Christ who is the rock, makes this a...
By Arleta Richardson A young girl delights in her grandmother's stories of days gone by. Sparked by keepsakes and simple questions, Grandma shares marvelous stories of discovery and laughter along with timeless lessons of life and faith.
A Classic Children's Book from 1941. Make Way for Ducklings is a children's picture book. "First published in 1941, the book tells the story of a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Garden, a park in the center of Boston."
Unusual Films - (2011) Set in the 1920s, Milltown Pride tells of a young man who dreams of playing professional baseball, his rise as a baseball star, his fall from grace, and the redemption he finds through faith and love. (see trailer below)
Moscow Express is a fascinating collection of true stories written by Georgi Vins that will challenge your faith while illustrating God’s faithfulness. By Georgi Vins (author of The Gospel in Bonds)
Which hymn writer was exiled for his faith in Christ? Who wrote one of our favorite hymns while a permanent invalid? Which famous hymn writer was the youngest of 18 children? In Who Wrote Our Hymns? you will find the inspiring stories of over 30 writers of beloved hymns.
Softbound | Photos by Nanci Des GerlaiseAn Insider's View of North American Native SpiritualityA warning to Native and Non-Native Christian believers alike . . . and a call to those Involved in Native Spirituality, the New Age, or occultism