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Love Lifted Me:  by MarJanita Geigley
Young Pouv had a tender heart and a curious mind. Things don't just make themselves, she thought. Born into a Buddhist family in Cambodia, how would she find the truth? Dennis Lurfete was a rowdy young rebel. Quick to take his own way and slow to follow orders, he was constantly in trouble. As a young man, joining a motorcycle gang gave him a sense of power and independence. . . Was this the best life had to offer? Dennis and Pouv's lives were worlds apart, but they shared a common and desperate need. They each found the one and only truly satisfying Answer, and then they found each other. 
190 pages
Soft Cover ............................................................$10.20

Trailblazer - A Visionary's Journey: by Rachael Lofgren
 As the young rebel rode through town on his spirited horse, he reveled in the freedom he had to make his own choices. He could have fun showing off his riding prowess. He could choose his own friends. Someday he would go anywhere he liked, and he would show his family and community all he could do. But a change was in the making,  . . . and when he finally yielded himself to God, he found that the real adventures were only beginning. Now, instead of making a name for himself, he wanted to glorify God's name. 
232 pages
Soft Cover ............................................................$15.60

Under God's Arrest: by Ida B. Bontrager
James and Fannie exchanged reserved, almost bashful looks. They felt like strangers to each other. They had never known each other as Christians. Somehow the day must begin, but how? "We ought to start with family worship," James said confidently. "I don't know of any better way to begin this first day of our new life." As newlyweds, James and Fannie had thought they would be happy living as they wanted, but their wild life brought nothing but trouble to their home. But then James and Fannie were arrested - by God. Confessing their sins together, they found peace and new life in Christ. 
437 pages
Soft Cover ............................................................$13.15

Home on the Rock Pile: by Pablo Yoder
The small ramshackle house sat on a knoll littered with rocks and boulders. The place was called The Rock Pile, and to little Paul, it was home. Paul had a loving dad who provided for his family and reached out to neighbours, a devoted mom who supported her mission-minded husband and cared for her children, and a flock of adventurous brothers and sisters. Home on the Rock Pile is a fascinating look at the Sanford Yoder family in the early years of their work in the Blue Ridge hollows near Faith Mission Home. 
190 pages
Soft Cover ................................................................$9.50

Home on the Blue Ridge: by Pablo Yoder
From his ramshackle home on The Rock Pile, Paul could see part of a large and stately stone building up on the ridge. Little Paul`s father dreamed of turning it into a home for handicapped children. At long last the place became Faith Mission Home, and Paul and his family moved to the big white house at the end of the driveway. The ministry of Faith Mission Home loomed large in Yoder family life. Incidents from the Home were common supper table fare, and concerns at the Home were family prayer requests. Home on the Blue Ridge gives readers warm glimpses of the Sanford Yoder family in their years at Faith Mission Home. 
341 pages
Soft Cover ....................................................................$12.05

Wind in the Cohunes: by Elizabeth Wagler
Rosita lugged her buckets over the last rise and set them down on the grass beside the path. The path from the spring wound through the Kekchi Indian village deep in the Maya mountains of southern Belize. Among the usual evening sounds of children calling, dogs barking, roosters crowing, and insects buzzing, Rosita thought she heard other voices, coming from the direction of the river. It sounded like singing, different from that of her church. Rosita's church was somber, a dimly lit chamber with images of saints, smoking incense, and flickering candles. Based on a real person's experiences, Wind in the Cohunes portrays one girl's struggles and disappointments, and also a wonderful discovery that brought her security and hope. 
234 pages
Soft Cover ...................................................................$12.55

Rachel, Beloved of God:  by Joyce Nolt
Every eye turned upon the archway in admiring wonder, as the lovely Jewish bride passed through it. Even Max was at his best with his dark eyes, fine teeth flashing white each time he smiled. Rachel's eyes sparkled with vivacity and happiness. Each seemed in a way truly beautiful, to complete the other. Read this story of a young, tender, Jewish bride, whose longing is to know the truth about the Messiah. How could she bear the scorn, cruel treatment and bitter anguish? Be inspired by Rachel's strength of endurance. The secret lay hidden deep within her heart. She had an unwavering faith in her Lord Jesus. Let her unfaltering compassion and intercession for lost souls grip each heart with a desire to spread the Light of Life amid darkness. 
40 pages
Soft Cover ........................................................$10.95

Thatched Roofs and Prairie Blizzards: by Elizabeth Wagler
Dominga and Santiago live with their children in Belize, a country of steamy hot days, colourful parrots, and tall palms. Sometimes hurricane winds howl across their country, destroying buildings and flattening trees. Karen and James live with their children on the Canadian prairies where the growing season is short and winters bitterly cold, with blinding blizzards and deep drifts. In spring, wild geese fly overhead and robins visit their yard. The homes and lives of these two families are very different, but as you follow their normal, everyday lives, you'll see that much is the same. They need food, clothing, and shelter. They face decisions, trials, and temptations. They need each other and Christian fellowship. Above all, they need God. For, wherever man exists, his basic needs and challenges are the same. 
260 pages
Soft Cover ..................................................................$9.85

Rugged Trails and Ragged Shoes: by Janis Good
The lone Model T bumped over potholes, rounded hairpin bends, and sputtered up steep roads, only a speck in the vast sprawl of West Virginia mountains. Lora Heatwole peeked from the windows, taking in the scenic valley views, the homes clinging to the hillsides, and the men and women hard at work. A trip into these mountains was not he most pleasant journey, but a difficult trip didn't stop Lora. That summer of 1926 became the first of ten summers that Lora spent in West Virginia. A pioneer in children's Bible school ministry, she spent hours preparing lessons and drawing pictures to teach Bible truths. Lora's life of service for the kingdom was an inspiration to many who knew her. With this book, you can enjoy her story as well. 
400 pages
Hard Cover ..............................................................$15.55

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Called To Be A Soldier: by Darrell Frey
Camp. . . Alternative Service Camp. . . These words seemed to shout from the Notice of Call Simeon held in his hand. He read it again: Report to the alternative Service Centre at Montreal River, Ontario on Wednesday, July 16, 1941. The message was clear and straightforward . . . but the future for him and many other conscientious objectors was not.
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