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Pursuit of Excellence from a Biblical Worldview
"My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge . . . therefore people who do not understand will be ruined." (Hosea 4:6,14) At the Lamplighter Guild, through insightful resources and the inspiring influence of master teachers, a new generation is rising to new heights of excellence, innovation, and creativity. Now we open the doors for you and your family to experience the same. ~Mark Hamby
Wisdom & Worldview
Basil; Or, Honesty and Industry
This story is filled with gems of truth, the value of which cannot be measured. Young Basil takes these treasures to heart and determines to live by them. He learns to pray, not that God would make him rich, but enable him to act honestly and . . .
$18.00

Basket of Flowers
Book of the Year 1996. This first book of the Lamplighter Rare Collector Series continues to be a best-seller. James, the king's gardener, teaches his 15-year-old daughter Mary all the principles of godliness through his flowers.
$20.00

Boy Who Never Lost a Chance, The (Italian Leather Edition)
In this Italian leather volume, Roger has learned from his grandfather never to miss a "chance." His hard work, honesty, and diligence are richly rewarded. But having become self-absorbed, Roger finally realizes something is missing in his life . . .
$18.00

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 . . .
$18.00

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 . . .
$20.00

Change is Like A Slinky
If you are wrestling with change in your group or organization - and who isn't? - this is a must - read book.
$10.00 $8.00

Clean Your Boots, Sir?
How often does God use tragic and painful circumstances to mold, test, and direct believers to fashion more effective tools for His work? Robert Rightheart has to face testing at every turn of his life, but the testimony of his life reveals how . . .
$18.00

Crew of the Dolphin, The
The crew of the Dolphin faces great peril, being swept away in crashing waves and crushing winds. But this is not the fiercest storm they face. The insurmountable surges of greed and deceit are far worse, bringing exposure, disgrace, and ruin. Yet . . .
$20.00

Dialogues of Fenelon
This wonderful devotional will bless you with simple reminders of God's grand eternal truths, His gentle counsel will help you to face the stresses of the day with a sense of joy and purpose. A simple reminder to "be content to lead a simple life . . ."
$15.00

E-Myth Revisited, The
In this first new and totally revised edition of the 150,000-copy underground bestseller, The E-Myth, Michael Gerber dispels the myths surrounding starting your own business and shows how commonplace assumptions can get in the way of running a business. H
$19.00

Grinder's Apprentice, The
Fleeing for his life and seeking refuge in the foreign country of East Inda, the destitute father's only hope is that he might see his precious wife and child once again. A revolt of the savage Mahrattas has brought on war, giving him the opportunity. . .
$19.00

Inheritance, The
A faithful grandson seeks to find help for his blind grandfather. When the old man finally opens his eyes, he sees a painting on the wall before him and realizes that this is the very house where he buried a wealthy man's inheritance fifty years ago.
$20.00

Ishmael
You will never read a story that is more inspiring and challenging than Ishmael. The heights of success achieved by this young man reveal little of the utter poverty into which he was born. He enters life motherless and poor, and despite the wishes . . .
$38.00

Jill's Red Bag
Jill is relentless in her desire to see others give their tithe to God. She and her siblings love to act out the stories that they have read about. After hearing the story of Jacob at Bethel, Jill determines to do more than play the story of Jacob.
$20.00

Le Feuvre Package 1
Jill is relentless in her desire to see others give their tithe to God. She and her siblings love to act out the stories that they have read about. After hearing the story of Jacob at Bethel, Jill determines to do more than play the story of Jacob.
$60.00 $49.00

Let Go
Written in the 17th century, Let Go is an excellent devotional to encourage and challenge you in your daily walk.
$8.00

Lost Clue
In this intriguing mystery, Captain Fortesque finds himself torn between two loyalties. He enjoys acceptance in high society, but keeps his true upbringing a secret. Then the day comes that changes the course of his life . . .
$26.00

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.
$19.00

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.
$20.00

Penned Without Ink
With a near-fatal car crash...
$7.95

Saving Leonardo
From his early life in England, through the founding of the China Inland Mission, to reaching millions of pagan Chinese, Hudson Taylor's life of faith gives glorious testimony to God.
$29.99

Shipwrecked, But Not Lost
Experience the utter fear of abandonment, the tension of frigid desolation, and the resolute determination to survive in Shipwrecked, But Not Lost. This breathtaking episode will keep you on the edge of your seat as you follow the spectacular events . . .
$20.00

Sir Malcolm and the Missing Prince
Young Prince Hubert is incorrigible, unmanageable, and tiresomely demanding. What is the good King to do? How will his selfish Prince ever learn to rule the kingdom well? His most trusted friend, Sir Malcolm, has a plan. Prince Hubert is swept . . .
$20.00

Stick to the Raft
Fifteen-year-old Hans Richter travels far from home to find work in the locks of a river. His father had taught him that there is a Raft that will support him in the deepest waters and amid the fiercest storms. When Hans becomes the target among . . .
$17.00

Story of Charles Ogilvie, The
Within this little volume lie treasure troves of insight for the whole pursuit of a Christian's life. In spite of great trials, Charles Ogilvie is committed to press on. But his preoccupation with intelligent and good-natured acquaintances . . .
$22.00

That Printer of Udell's
According to President Ronald Reagan, "That Printer of Udell's had an impact I shall always remember. . .
$30.00

Throw Me Overboard
Now here is a story with a twist. When faced with false accusations and public humiliation, our hero shows us how to do what’s right, even when taking the easy way out could have cleared his name. As he travels the tempestuous seas of . . .
$15.00

Willy's Trunk
Willy just doesn't know what to think about this large wooden trunk before him. Everyone thought the inheritance left by wealthy Mrs. Lambton would be worth millions, but when the old trunk is opened, Willy can't believe what he sees. Wait 'til you . . .
$19.00
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I would like to remind our readers that some of the original works have been edited to remove questionable or inappropriate language or content that does not reflect the character of a loving and just God. You can be confident that if you see our Lamplighter symbol on the spine, you can trust that it upholds a strong Christian worldview. If ever there is something of concern in one of our books, we welcome your comments. ~Mark Hamby