Almost nothing is known about Dirk Willems’ life prior to his arrest and martyrdom. This account of his life is based on the basic facts of his story, woven together in a fictional narrative. In this book, the story of Dirk is told through the eyes of his younger sister Lucia.
Early Anabaptist Series Almost nothing is known about Dirk Willems’ life prior to his arrest and martyrdom. This account of his life is based on the basic facts of his story, woven together in a fictional narrative.
In this book, the story of Dirk is told through the eyes of his younger sister Lucia.
This book presents five teachings of Jesus often missed, ignored, or rejected. It tells the story of Jeremy and Alicia, a couple who thought they understand Christianity and knew what it meant to be Christians . . . until they began to look at what Jesus actually said!
How can business owners intentionally pursue the kingdom of God while using their resources wisely? Explore the benefits and dangers of owning and operating a business in a materialistic world. Find ways to keep Christ at the center of your business, no matter its size. The fifth and final book in the Kingdom-Focused Living series.
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Did you know a fly's eye is made up of hundreds of little eyes? Have you ever seen a candy-striped leafhopper, scarlet elfcups, or the details of a crane fly's wings? Learn about many wonders of God's creation as you meander through the summer woods in Ohio. Children’s photo book with text. Preschool through second grade.
Enjoy a visit to the summer marsh and discover the vibrant plant and animal life there. Observe an unusual water lily. Take a close up look at the eye of a damselfly.
Children's photo book with text. Preschool through second grade.
Bright birds aren't only in zoos and faraway places—they are also in your backyard, ready to delight you with their feathers and frolics. Children will enjoy the nature photos and text that invites them to “walk with” the writer. Preschool through second grade.
Helen is a well-liked, bright girl who attends Sunday school regularly. But when God brings poor Louisa into her life, Helen's hidden pride and selfishness erupt in a fury that brings suffering to both. Will her evil deed one day be discovered? Will the consequences of her anger never end? Originally printed in 1872.
Every year, thousands of well-intentioned Americans travel to distant countries to help the needy. But could some of these short-term mission trips be doing more harm than good?
This book encourages those hoping to make a difference in the world to reexamine their goals and methods.