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  • Trouble on the Way

    Persecution in the Christian Life


    Floyd Brobbel

    While most of us have heard about Christians suffering for their faith, we tend to think “persecution” mainly impacts believers in times past or in hostile nations today, far removed from our daily lives. But this eye-opening book describes the various stages of persecution, revealing that persecution is something all followers of the Way can expect to face in this fallen world.

    Trouble on the Way will not only help readers recognize persecution in all its forms but enable them to stand firm against it. The book does not promote a “doormat” Christianity but rather asserts quite the opposite – a victorious, resilient faith that not only survives but thrives as it encounters the very gates of hell.

    Sharing from his decades of experience with persecuted believers, near and far, author and ministry CEO Floyd Brobbel invites you to:

    • Discern God’s purpose for His church in an ungodly world.
    • Learn how Christ endured and responded to persecution.
    • Discover how His followers, past and present, emulate Christ in His suffering.
    • Recognize how persecution seeks to hinder Christian faith and witness.
    • Learn how to respond to any persecution you face with confident love.
  • Closer to the Fire: Lessons from the Persecuted Church


    Greg Musselman

    We often feel so far removed from persecution in North America that it can be hard to relate to those suffering for their faith. In Closer to the Fire, journey with VOM’s Greg Musselman as he introduces Christians he has interviewed from around the world and shares how their stories of faithfulness amid persecution have impacted his life. This book will help you connect with and learn from our brothers and sisters who face opposition today for Christ’s sake.
  • In the Shadow of the Cross (Paperback)


    Glenn Penner

    Join Glenn Penner as he explores suffering and persecution through the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Throughout the Scripture, the trials and persecutions of those who chose to live godly are revealed. From Cain to the prophets, from John the Baptist to the disciples, the world has always rejected (the) Truth. Included are observations and studies from nearly 200 Christian scholars, both ancient and modern. Never before has such an intensive study of persecution in the Bible been assembled.

  • The Face of Courage


    Based on the Historical Account of Edith Cavell

    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


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