Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret

A spiritual biography of the “father of modern missions,”Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret poses one question: What empowered Hudson Taylor’s ministry in China? 

The answer is unfolded in these pages. Written by Taylor’s son and daughter-in-law, it shows us a man with fierce faith who believed that God truly would fuflill all He promises in Scripture.

For Christians longing for the inward joy and power that Hudson Taylor had, they can find the secret to it here. The secret, it turns out, is available to any who call on Christ’s name.

Author: Dr. Howard Taylor, Geraldine Taylor

The Right Thing

The captain of the U.S.S. “Greeneville” reveals the untold story of the deadly collision of the nuclear submarine with a Japanese fishing vessel. His accountability, integrity, and religious conviction provides an inspiring challenge to anyone who is facing difficult choices in any area of life.

Author: Scott Waddle, Ken Abraham

In My Father’s House: The Years Before the Hiding Place

When Corrie ten Boom was in her early fifties, she became a key figure in the Dutch Underground Christian Resistance movement during World War II. The account of Corrie’s experience during this time period can be read in her best-selling book, The Hiding Place. In My Father’s House is the story of Corrie’s life with her mother, father, her siblings, and aunts before World War II began. This book is a testament to how God prepared one family through a father’s faithfulness to his Savior and the Word of God for the most sacrificial service a family could do. Beginning in the years before Corrie was born, In My Father’s House paints a beautiful story from which families today can glean valuable and eternally-lasting lessons.

Author: Corrie ten Boom

Return to the Hiding Place

Unspeakable faith in the face of Nazi persecution didn’t come easily for 18-year-old Dutch student Hans Poley. But after months in hiding at Corrie ten Boom’s home, Poley found an inner peace and freedom that defied even the Nazi peril. Composed of his wartime journals and letters, the book also includes exclusive photos documenting Poley’s life in hiding.

Author: Hans Poley

A Thousand Shall Fall

The electrifying story of an Adventist family who dared to practice their faith in Hitler’s Germany. They saw God work miracle after miracle to save them from certain disaster. As thousands around them fell victim to the horrors of war, they were borne up on angels wings – sometimes quite literally. This is the true story of one family who chose to be faithful whatever the cost, and found refuge in the shadow of the Almighty.

Author: Susi Hasel Mundy

If God Should Choose

A gripping story featured on ABC Primetime with Diane Sawyer. Compelling story of love between a man and a woman, and a mission. On April 20, 2001, the plane in which missionaries Jim and Roni Bowers and their children were riding was shot down over Peru in an interception of a perceived drug plane. Roni and their seven-month old daughter, Charity, were killed. This tragedy has touched the lives of millions of people, believers and non-believers alike. If God Should Choose portrays the Bowers’ story coherently and completely. This sobering work will leave readers more committed to, in the words of Jim Bowers, ‘stay alert to the things that really matter, to cherish [their] loved ones even more, to be ever ready to explain (and live) the truth to friends who do not know Christ personally.’

Author: Kristen Stagg

The Faith: What Christians Believe, Why They Believe It, and Why It Matters

Rightly understood and rightly communicated, the Christian faith is one of great joy. It is an invitation to God’s kingdom, where tears are replaced by laughter and longing hearts find their purpose and their home. This is the heart of the gospel: God s search to reclaim us and love us as his own. But have we truly grasped this?

Have we deeply apprehended the mission of Jesus, and do our ways and character faithfully reflect his beauty? From the nature of God, to the human condition, to the work of Jesus, to God’s coming kingdom – and all that lies between – how well do we understand the foundational truths of Christianity and their implications? The Faith is a book for our troubled times and for decades to come, for Christians and non-Christians alike. It is the most important book Chuck Colson and Harold Fickett have ever written: a thought-provoking, soul-searching, and powerful manifesto of the great, historical central truths of Christianity that have sustained believers through the centuries. Brought to immediacy with vivid, true stories, here is what Christianity is really about and why it is a religion of hope, redemption, and beauty.

The Queen’s Smuggler: Introducing William Tyndale

Sarah Poyntz is the daughter of an English merchant who operates a shipping business from Antwerp, Belgium, in 1535. Her father is very interested in the ideas of William Tyndale, who has fled England as a condemned outlaw for refusing to stop his translation work of the English Bible. Tyndale believes that the Word of God should be read by the common people in their own language, a belief shared by the Poyntz family. But when Tyndale is captured and imprisoned, Sarah becomes the only hope for saving his fife. If she can successfully smuggle a copy of Tyndale’s New Testament into the hands of the king’s wife, Queen Anne, perhaps she can persuade him to spare Tyndale’s life. If Sarah’s desperate mission fails, her family is in peril of their lives. Will she have the courage to go through with it? Can Tyndale’s life be spared?

Author: Dave Jackson, A Trailblazer Book

Kidnapped by River Rats: William and Catherine Booth

It is sometime during the 1880’s, and Jack and Amy have come to London searching for their uncle. 

On their own without money, food, or shelter, they have nowhere else to turn. But what is the chance of finding him when they don’t even know where he lives? For the two youngsters, attempting to live on the streets is frightening, dangerous, and an opportunity for the worst elements of the city to take advantage of them. 

London society has become uncaring, even cruel, to the needy. Where can they find safety? When those strange Salvation Army people approach them on the street, should Jack and Amy run away? Can the General and Catherine Booth be trusted? What hope do Jack and Amy have when ruthless men come after them?

Author: Dave Jackson, A Trailblazer Book