Early Anabaptist Series The Story of Michael Sattler, martyred in 1527 What would it be like to be an Anabaptist? Ursula knows the Anabaptists are hunted, captured, and sometimes killed. Yet her sister Margaretha and her husband Michael Sattler find joy as they join the Anabaptists in their search for truth. Their joy remains even when they face persecution.
One of Ursula’s brothers starts sneaking away at night and begins behaving mysteriously. Is he attending the Anabaptist meetings too?
Ursula is full of questions. How will these changes affect her family and their traditions? How can she know whether the Anabaptists are living the way the Bible teaches?
Join Ursula, a young girl in sixteenth-century Switzerland, as she faces these questions. Historical fiction.
This book tells the story of the Mission Interests Committee’s early years of work in northwestern Ontario. Read about how God instilled a burden for souls upon the workers He called to Red Lake District. Taste the joys and sorrows of the missionaries in Red Lake and beyond. Rejoice in the faithfulness of God as He gave the increase.
Early Classic Series - originally printed in 1899.
Mr. Hardy had one supreme law that he obeyed, and that law was self. Then he had a dream where he saw the Face of Eternity. Convinced that death was imminent, he set out to redeem each of his remaining days. Follow Robert’s change of course and be inspired to live each day as your last. By the author of In His Steps.
A study on the life of Joseph. Designed for youth and adults, this workbook covers pertinent topics such as personal integrity, moral purity, respect for authority, forgiveness, and brokenness. This workbook can be used for personal or small group Bible studies, as VBS or homeschool curriculum, or as a one-to-one mentoring course.