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Light From HeavenView
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Joseph Armstrong's father showed more concern for his farms and horses than he did for his wife and children. Work was first. Mishaps were dealt with harshly. Praise was a foreign language. The family suffered cruel scorn, rejection, and deprivation. All the while, Bennet Armstrong hypocritically portrayed himself to others as flawlessly pious. The Armstrong home was a potential hotbed for bitterness and emotional desolation.

Thankfully, a devout mother bridged the gap, loving her children, telling them Bible stories, teaching them to respect their father, and praying fervently for their safety and salvation. Annie Armstrong's prayers were heard. Joseph came to trust his kind heavenly Father who helped him love and forgive and rise above his circumstances to a life of purpose and peace.

This story, sometimes heartrending, sometimes heartening, points to the one true hope for all man's miseries--Jesus Christ, the true Light from heaven.

 
Not ReginaView
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Switzerland
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The 1500's were stirring times in Europe. Luther nailed his ninety-five theses to a church door in Germany and exploded the powder keg of unrest that seethed for decades.

Against this background, Regina Strahm finds herself caught between two religious factions in Switzerland. Her parents repeatedly warn her against the Anabaptist heresy, and the young man she loves has no doubts about the state church's claims.

But why then does Zwingli's official religion fail to satisfy her spiritual emptiness? Have the heretics found a quality of life worth dying for?

Reprint 2006

 
Hidden RainbowView
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A true story about a forbidden New Testament that shattered the calm of a Yugoslavian village. John and Anna Olesh, through a simple act of kindness, faced undreamed-of turmoil and hardships. They and their family learned that when God moves, no government, no organized religion, can stand in His way. 
Lucy WinchesterView
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As a girl, Lucy Winchester yearned for spiritual fellowship and understanding. Her father, however, was a stern backwoodsman who stood foursquare against religion of any sort.

Lucy's lifelong spiritual quest is set against a back drop of two difficult marriages that included broken promises, sickness, numerous infant deaths, alcoholism, tragic accidents, and poverty. From the unspeakable joy of learning to know Christ as her Saviour, Lucy stumbled through years of spiritual ignorance, doubt, disappointment, and despair until she eventually found peace again in Christ.

This true account reflects the goodness of God patiently leading those who are thirsty to the fountain of living water. Readers who have know personal tragedy will be blessed with fresh courage by reading this book.

 
For One MomentView
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For One Moment points a stark finger at the evil forces that ruthlessly shatter the lives of thousands of adolescents the world over. It portrays a home weakened by war, then broken by divorce, the terror and tragedy of battle, the emptiness of a life without God. It stimulates both heart and mind, but it does far more--it reveals the reality, personal interest, and love of the Saviour. 
Unspoken LoveView
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The true account of a young man who was almost persuaded to become a Christian, but turned his back on his mother's and church's teaching to join the army. In the thick of the battle, he turns to the Lord in repentance and embraces non-resistance.

Find out how Millard's Unspoken Love affects his family and his decisions and see the faithfulness of God in bringing victory. The experiences of this family should challenge each reader to a deeper faith in Christ.

 
Dannie of Cedar CliffsView
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The character qualities and Christian virtues depicted in this life story are as interesting as fiction, but more refreshing because the story is true. The life story of Daniel Martin and his companion, Savilla. 

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