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Epic Collection 2017 (29 titles)
The Epic Collection includes 17 stories that span from ancient history through the Reformation. These captivating works are rich with biblical and historical insights.
Bohemian Bravery is based on a true story about the first martyr at St. Andrews in Scotland. Though not all are called to endure the martyr's doom at the stake, some are called to a daily living martyrdom of fighting down sorrow . . .
Boys of Grit Who Became Men of Honour (Vol.1)
The Boys of Grit series gives us a glimpse at the trials and circumstances that worked to shape these men while they were still young and unknown. These great men began as ordinary boys with no more opportunity than any other boy to achieve greatness.
Boys of Grit Who Changed the World (Vol. 2)
Did you know that a simple blacksmith mastered twenty foreign languages primarily because he valued every spare moment of his time? Discover the accomplishments of a highly motivated young man whose entrepreneurial spirit started a revolution . . .
Boys of Grit Who Never Gave Up (Vol.3)
You can measure the strength of a man by measuring what it takes to stop him. Thomas Edison always viewed failure as being one step closer to success. The eighteen men whose lives are put on display in Boys of Grit Who Never Gave Up did not let . . .
Cross Triumphant, The
Rich in biblical history, Mrs. Kingsley portrays the chilling events that climax at the devastating destruction of the temple in Jerusalem . In the midst of this deep tribulation, hope is birthed during one of the most tragic events in history.
Compelling, true accounts of the dangerous expeditions of courageous men who dared to risk their lives for the sake of murderers, thieves, and even cannibals. Their unrelenting passion moved them onward as they shared the message of hope with . . .
Dashed To Pieces
Will a Roman soldier forsake all and take up his cross and follow Jesus?
Exiles in Babylon
The second in this dramatic series by A.L.O.E. (A Lady of England), makes the Scriptures come alive! The pictures are so vivid, the characters so real, it is as though we are walking alongside Daniel and his faithful friends, experiencing . . .
Faithful, But Not Famous
Once again, a writer of old has portrayed a vivid account of a godly father who imparts the gospel to his son. This marvelous work reflects the era of the Reformation and those who gave their lives, suffering for the gospel that only Christ could . . .
If you enjoyed the action-packed adventure of Teddy’s Button, you’ll be enthralled by the energy and drama of this provocative read for the entire family.
Glaucia, The Greek Slave
Glaucia, the Greek Slave masterfully depicts the intricacies of a momentous time in human history. Ancient Rome and Greece are the backdrop for this dramatic account of the early Christians, whose belief in the one true God stands in stark contrast . . .
New Release 2015! In this thrilling account of Judas Maccabeus and the battle of Emmaus, A.L.O.E. paints a grand picture of the exploits of one of Judah’s noblest heroes during times of great peril.
Herdsman of Dambach, The
Twelve-year-old Kurt is on an important mission that requires great fortitude and courage.
Joel: A Boy of Galilee
See the miraculous events of Jesus, the Nazarene, through the eyes of an ordinary boy who lives among the ordinary fishermen of the day. Having been crippled by a bully, Joel wonders if he'll ever walk again. The greater question is "Can the Healer . . .
Light in the Darkness
Light in the Darkness is the inspiring story of a young French woman during the Franco-German war. During wartime's difficult trials, Leonie finds hope and friendship in a most unexpected . . .
Lost Ruby, The
This is the story of young Lieutenant Wildberg and the heavy price he pays for succumbing to the subtle temptation of worldly logic. Though at first his "indiscretion" seemed to accomplish a great and noble good, it eventually brings grief and harm . . .
Mary Jones and Her Bible
In the rugged and meager land of Wales, Mary longs to learn more about the Word of God. This true story takes place in a town where food and clothing are difficult enough to obtain, but young Mary longs for nothing more extravagant than her own Bible.
Mothers of Famous Men
Mothers of Famous Men gives us a glimpse into the lives of remarkable women whose immeasurable love and outstanding influence helped shape their sons into the men of honour and character that they became.
Pillar of Fire, The
Enjoy this eloquently-written, illustrative account of the Prince of Tyre during his visit to Egypt more than 3500 years ago. The author brings full color and inspiration to every page in this suspense-filled drama.
Prisoners of the Sea
Amidst the tumult of life at sea, myriad adventures of piracy, capture, and escape stand in contrast to the heroic, steady determination of Huguenot heritage. The final chapter adds to the intensity as it meets us head-on with a bolt from the blue. . .
Rescued from Egypt
In this, the third volume in the Heroes of Faith Series,the life and deliverance of Moses as a type and shadow of the coming Redeemer is flawlessly incorporated into the story of Arthur, the main character. Arthur wrestles with the inner conflict. . .
Resolute: In the Face of Persecution
In 17th-century Scotland, times of trouble, torment, and tyranny threatened the lives of a community of believers determined to follow their beloved minister for the cause of liberty. How cold were the usurpers of such cruel authority!
Shepherd of Bethlehem, The
There is no question that The Shepherd of Bethlehem will bring the Scriptures to life like no other book, as a fresh look at David's life reaches deep into your heart, cutting and pruning and drawing you ever closer to your very own Shepherd . . .
Spanish Brothers, The
This true account of the Spanish Inquisition will leave you speechless. The conviction and courage demonstrated by sixteenth-century believers puts our present-day calamities in perspective, sharply, yet gently reminding us of the truth of the Word . . .
Titus: A Comrade of the Cross
The story of Titus and his crippled brother climaxes at the foot of the cross, where the real hero is proclaimed. The most compelling moment is saved until the very end. It will take your breath away.
Triumph Over Midian
Through faith, the heroes of old were made strong; they were valiant in executing their mission to triumph over the fierce force of the Midianites. As Gideon conquered, through the power of God Almighty, so too shall we.
True Stories of Great Americans for Young Americans
We can read the facts about our forefathers in any history text, but this book gives insight into the personalities and families that helped shape the men and women who built our great nation. It's a great addition for anyone who would like to hear . . .
Wrestler of Philippi, The
Here is a story of Rome's staggering contrasts - extreme poverty amidst the wildest extravagance, treacherous dungeon life in darkness, and chains amidst the splendors and amusements of luxurious court life.
Zuma and the Secret of Peru
From the depths of injustice and tyranny rises a heroine, Zuma, whose dauntless courage knows no bounds. Loyalty and self-sacrifice are no strangers to those who are held by a vow never to betray the secret. Zuma's choice is made; her willingness to . . .