Surviving the Tech Tsunami
Electronic technology is taking our culture by storm. This is having a profound effect, not just on society at large, but on our occupations, our families, and our personal lives. It is also having a tremendous impact on our churches, as the author discovered in his interviews with youth and ministers across the conservative Anabaptist spectrum. This behind-the-scenes glimpse at the cultural upheaval caused by technology should serve as a sober wakeup call and help our families and churches weather the tech tsunami.
Growing into His Likeness
Praise God when you’re happy. Praise Him when life’s burdens overwhelm you. Praise Him when your heart is breaking in sorrow, and when it is overflowing with joy. Never stop praising God. You will find the inspiration in this book to keep on praising Him!.
Led by His Hand
These stories portray the missionary ventures of Merle and Edith, told with a touch of humor. As God led the couple to minister to souls in snowy Ontario and sunny Haiti, their journey is mixed with success, failure, and everyday happenings. Their kingdom work continues in other countries around the world. 16-page color photo section
A closed door. A locked desk. A hidden journal. Irregular trips to town. Sylvester Martin has built a wall around his heart that shuts out his wife—and God. Who really is this man and what is troubling him?
Destiny by Choice
Defining moments—we all face them. Times of testing. Personal crises. The crossroads of life. Destiny by Choice is a collection of true stories. Though each journey is different, the characters have one thing in common: God is asking them to choose the right path. These stories soberly remind us that choices take people places—and eventually to one of two eternal destinies.
For years, Nicholas faces storms, pirates, and the lure of loose living. He longs to be worthy of his family’s trust. Then, desperately ill, Nicholas realizes he is not smart enough to escape, not good enough for heaven—he deserves to die. In anguish he cries, “Father God! Give me one more chance!”
War Chief Conquered
War Chief Glikkikan fights a war in his heart. He struggles to give up his life as an influential chief, prophet, and orator and find peace in his heart. How can he forgive those who murdered his people? Volume five of the Conquest Series.
Black Clouds Over the Ohioland
Black Clouds over the Ohioland tells of real events forced upon the Moravian Indian missions in the Muskingum Valley during three years of the Revolutionary War. This book lets you listen in as Isaac Glikkikan and John Heckewelder spar over how to respond to live bullets, scalping knives, and lying generals. Volume six of the Conquest Series.
What the Blind Man Saw
Born blind in one eye, Johnnie Wenger completely lost his sight in 1865 at age twenty-two. It was a hard blow, but he was not one to give up. Determined, cheerful, and content with God’s plan, Blind Johnnie helped others by making brooms, operating a neighborhood store, and assembling farm equipment in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Johnnie Wenger learns to live without sight as he finds his way around the farm and community. He overcomes many obstacles while making brooms, assembling farm equipment, and running a store. Fully illustrated in color, this book is inspirational for both children and adults.
Blue Hen and Her Babies
Blue Hen is the delightfully true story of a hen who enjoyed being a mother to ducks, guineas, and to anything else she could hatch. Fully illustrated, this book is eye appealing and educational for your children.
Nobody’s Boy- Velina Showalter
As a child, Obando observes his dark-haired, brown-skinned schoolmates and compares their appearance to his own blond hair and blue eyes. His longing to know who he is sends him on a journey that you don’t want to miss.
Fabric of Endurance– Harold R. Troyer
Sheldon’s heart heaved in desperation as he tried to move. He could not feel his right leg. He strained to move it, but nothing happened. Oh God, what is happening? My God, help me.
Bible Pictures for Boys and Girls-Gloria Oostema
A simple sentence describes each story. This book for young children is a great introduction to arouse their curiosity and interest in the Bible. Pictures are from 101 Favorite Stories from the Bible.
Bible Pictures for Toddlers-Gloria Oostema
Your toddler will become familiar with the stories of the Bible with this color picture book. Take it with you wherever you go. They will want to look at it many times. Pictures are from 101 Favorite Stories from the Bible.
Three Can be Friends– Mary Beth Martin
Miss Miryam had said to be kind to Jenny, and Abigelle knew that avoiding her was no better than mocking her. Great lesson about school children learning to get along. Setting is in a Haiti school for the deaf. Full color paintings