If you enjoyed Pilgrim’s Progress, The Holy War, or any of his various evergreen writings, do also allow yourself the reward of soaking in John Bunyan’s classic, Christian poetry. You will be delighted as a child, challenged if a sinner, and rewarded richly as a fellow believer.
Tessa yearns for freedom – and something else. Then a neighbor introduces her to God and salvation through Christ. But will faith be enough? Can she overcome the forces that bind her before it’s too late?
The decisions we make while young affect our future, both now and in eternity. This little book is a straightforward plea with young men to carefully consider their hearts and lives before the Lord, with practical advice offered to help young men be victorious in spiritual battle.
“You are the most God-gifted writer I’ve ever had,” Tom’s college professor told him. Thirty years later, Tom picked up the pen again, drawing readers into farming adventures with him. In these exciting and uplifting true stories, he shares his love of farming, family, and God. His unique writing style brings the reader right alongside him and his family as they work on their northern Wisconsin dairy farm.
These first person narratives are compiled from conversations with dozens of boys and girls in India. Children bravely share their stories of being caste bound, trafficked, beggars, witnesses to murder, unwanted, and of suffering great loss.From their voices can be heard the desperate plea for someone to care, and if not for themselves, then for those even less fortunate whose voices have not been heard.
Is it ok for Christians to indulge in fantasy and horror? Szumskyj contends that such works are not merely “entertainment” but are founded on and promote ideologies and worldviews wholly contrary to the Scriptures.