The story of Mary Jones and her Bible inspired the founding of the British and Foreign Bible Society. Mary Jones (16 December 1784 – 28 December 1864) was a Welsh girl who, at the age of fifteen, walked twenty-six miles barefoot across the countryside to buy a copy of the Welsh Bible from Thomas Charles because she did not have one. Rev. Thomas Charles then used her story in proposing to the Religious Tract Society that it set up a new organisation to supply Wales with Bibles. - wikipedia.org
Bible students of all ages will find this book a valuable tool in assisting in memorization and recall of key Bible texts, contributing toward immediate recollection of valuable scripture, helping with accurate remembrance of verse, book and chapter. [Click for more info ->]
“When we go into combat, Doss, you’re not comin’ back alive. I’m gonna shoot you myself!” The men of the 77th Infantry Division couldn’t fathom why Private Desmond T. Doss would venture into the horrors of World War II without a single weapon to defend himself.
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Discover the certainty, signs, and manner of Christ’s return, the truth about the secret rapture, and what happens during and after His return. Even more important, learn how to be ready for this imminent and cataclysmic event so you can face the future with confidence and joy! [Click for more info ->]
In this, the third book of The Good Lord Made Them All series, Joe L. Wheeler turns his talents and attention to horses. This inspiring collection of stories will evoke laughter, tears, and amazement. [Click for more info ->]
Chains in China illustrates the nightmare of tribulation God’s people have often endured for the cause of Christ. It is a chronicle of relentless devotion and a tribute to the faithfulness of a God whose love never lets go. Chen knows this firsthand, for were it not for the miracle God performed to save his life, he would have died in Wu Xi Prison.
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Never Give Up is the true story of a young boy who grew up with a father who was a drug-dealing mobster and an active Seventh-day Adventist. It is a story of redemption and hope. He says, “I wrote this book, not because I am proud of my past, but because I believe that no matter what our past, God can redeem us for His glory. There is always hope!” [Click for more info ->]
This booklet openly and frankly discusses the facts (while avoiding vulgarity or graphic descriptions of homosexual behavior) and helps clear away much of the confusion and misinformation that characterizes the debate. [Click for more info ->]