This newly released biography explores the inspiring lives of Pastor Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand — for the first time publishing their complete story in one volume by combining the following three books: The Pastor’s Wife,In God’s Underground and Tortured for Christ.
During his 14 years of imprisonment, Pastor Wurmbrand was tortured, beaten and locked away in a solitary confinement cell. His wife Sabina spent three years at a labour camp, nearly freezing to death as she and other prisoners worked strenuously on the famous Danube Canal. Yet, despite their treacherous hardships, the ministering couple had an unshakeable faith in Christ. Neither of them gave up hope, nor did they stop talking about Jesus.
Your own faith will be inspired as you go deep inside the darkest prison cells to see how the light of Christ continues to shine from the hearts of those wholeheartedly committed to Him.
These three animated feature-length films will take young viewers on a journey through the ages – beginning with the birth of Christ through to the birth of the early church. The retelling of our Lord Jesus’ life, as well as His sacrificial death and glorious resurrection, sheds light on God’s plan of salvation in a way that’s especially meaningful to children. And the Good News doesn’t conclude there but continues on as His followers take the Gospel message to Jerusalem, Judea, and to the ends of the earth….
The Witnesses Trilogy is a timeless tool that can be shared with family and friends. It’s also a helpful resource for schools and church libraries.
The Face of Courage, a beautifully illustrated children’s storybook, features the fascinating venture of two Canadian children who travel to England for a vacation with their Nana (grandmother). While touring England’s historical sites, their Nana relates the true account of Edith Cavell’s dedicated life as a nurse during World War I.
Edith Cavell, who believed in the value of all people, heroically provided care for wounded soldiers during the war in occupied Belgium. Since she also cared for allied soldiers trapped behind enemy lines, she was treated as a traitor. Her biography is one of great courage, faith, and deep commitment to God, whom she ultimately honoured through her acts of kindness and love toward humanity.
This heart-warming story, which is now being released for the first time, will truly inspire young readers (suitable for ages 8 to 12) and their families. It’s also an ideal addition to any library collection of historically based children’s books – whether at home, school or church. Hardcover, 64 pages