As a son of A. S. (Uncle Arthur) Maxwell, Lawrence Maxwell has a natural ability for storytelling and writing. A native of England, he moved with his family to the United States when he was 11. After attending Pacific Union College, he served as a minister and then became the first editor of Guide. He also served as editor for Signs of the Times, Our Little Friend, and Primary Treasure. Other books by Lawrence Maxwell include Pathfinder Field Guide, What Stopped the Music? Outnumbered! and God's Plan for Our Planet.
The first Seventh-day Adventist missionaries arrived in Australia in 1885. Six years later, Ellen White—one of the church’s founders—arrived in this distant land. Then aged 64, she was unsure of this calling and expected to stay no more than two years. [Click for more info ->]
Your children will treasure the insights from Ellen White's book, Steps to Christ, briefly summarized here in simple words that they can easily understand, and accompanied by vivid pictures for them to colour in. Pointers for discussion and prayer can also be found at the back, allowing you to connect with your child, and your child to connect with God.
In this, the seventh book of The Good Lord made Them All series, Joe L. Wheeler has collected stories from the Far North: Norway, Alaska, British Columbia, and the Arctic Circle to name a few places. The animals featured include sled dogs, wolves, weasels, and eagles in a veritable Who’s Who of the North.
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Real miracles occur in unexpected places and at unexpected times. When and where God chooses to miraculously intervene in people’s lives is generally unpredictable, but miracles do happen.
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This hymnal, published in 1985, includes 695 hymns and gospel songs. It contains the best of fine old hymns, early Advent hymns, contemporary hymns, favorites from the Church Hymnal, American folk hymns, modern gospel songs, compositions by Adventists, and 5 indexes. Many tunes and readings are cross-referenced for versatility. (Does not include worship aids.) Size: 4 ½" x 6 3/4". [Click for more info ->]
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