Florence Nightingale: God’s Servant at the Battlefield

  "Florence went against the wishes of her wealthy parents and defied social custom when she took up a career that no respectable woman of that day would even consider. She became a nurse.   History knows her now as "The Lady with the Lamp." Night after night she walked among the cots of wounded soldiers, carrying … Continue reading Florence Nightingale: God’s Servant at the Battlefield

Missionary Stories with the Millers, by Mildred A. Martin

Experience thrilling adventure as the Christian missionaries on these pages meet witch doctors, disease, drought, hate-filled guerillas, a Bible thief and killer cats! Best of all, each one of these stories is based on an actual happening from the lives of real people.  Follow these missionaries as they respond to God's call.   Some of them … Continue reading Missionary Stories with the Millers, by Mildred A. Martin

The Secret Soldier: The Story of Deborah Sampson by Ann McGovern

About This Book: "In 1778, when Deborah Sampson was 18 years old, most girls her age were settling down and getting married. But Deborah had other ideas. She wanted to travel and have adventures-even if it meant dressing like a man!  In 1782, The Revolutionary War was still going on. And no one suspected that the man … Continue reading The Secret Soldier: The Story of Deborah Sampson by Ann McGovern

Mary Slessor: Faith in West Africa by Rebecca Hammond

About This Book: "Perhaps the greatest thing that can be said about Mary Slessor is that she was born a missionary. From her earliest days, her dream was to be a missionary and Calabar (Nigeria) was her mission field. The death of David Livingstone was the catalyst for her missionary call, and in 1876, she … Continue reading Mary Slessor: Faith in West Africa by Rebecca Hammond