Suellen Bicknell. This book tells a heartfelt story of joy and sorrow, struggle and triumph. The Bicknell family faced tremendous challenges as the husband and father is stricken with frontotemporal dementia. But God is good, and he answered their needs … Read More
Arlene Hoover. A scrapbook of quotes, verses, poems, and short stories of reflection written by some who have lost loved ones and passed through the valley of sorrow. This book provides comfort for grieving family members. 84 pages; hardcover.
Patrick A. Hanes. A series of beautifully descriptive pieces from across a broad landscape of time and locations: travel, Americana, the Mennonite faith, and logging in the Pacific Northwest. 137 pages; paperback.
Edited by Charles Moore and Timothy Keiderling. Stories of martyrdom and costly discipleship. These men and women were ready to give witness to Christ in the face of intense persecution, even if it cost them their lives. From the stoning … Read More
John Pollock. Join Paul’s journey from his conversion after the stoning of Stephen through his missionary years to his death. The imprisonments, the souls saved, the shipwrecks, the miracles, and the impact of Paul’s earnest faith all come powerfully to … Read More
Maria Kneas. Surprising things have been happening in America, and things in which we used to trust no longer seem to be reliable. How can we find security, peace, and joy under such circumstances? This books contains practical lessons for … Read More
Joseph Wharton Lippincott. The story of a man, a boy, and a Key deer–an endangered species of miniature deer found in the Florida Keys. Hickey does not appreciate visitors to the Keys, and he is uneasy when his great-nephew Jack … Read More
Lucinda J Miller. For many years, an arrowhead lay buried in the soil of an Indiana farm. The native who had shot it was long forgotten. Decades and generations came and went, and it was left hidden and untouched. Then … Read More
Janis Good. The summer of 1926 became the first of ten Lora spent in West Virginia. A pioneer in children’s Bible school ministry, she prepared her own lessons and drew her own pictures. Between classes she ministered to women and … Read More
Georgi Vins. Moscow Express is the last book written by Georgi Vins before he succumbed to the inoperable tumor that took his life. The manuscript was finished on his deathbed. These true stories, essays, and letters from the author and … Read More