A Song in Exile
It was a night of terror. The military swept through Minara’s village in Myanmar, forcing her family from their home. With thousands of other Rohingya refugees, they fled across the border to Bangladesh. Unwelcome in their homeland and living with uncertainty and loss in the refugee camp, how would they find hope again?
Lara’s journey was filled with many twists— parental conflict, her father’s tears, a mysterious death, a “haunted” house, and cursed drink. Was there a God who could really answer her prayer and satisfy the deep hunger in her heart?
Between Here and Sunset
Sherrie Weaver is familiar with hospitals. She’s been there many times. But a hospital stay that lasted forty-one days gave her some new perspectives. Join Sherrie as she finds our heavenly Father’s love in hard moments. Marvel with her as she learns to trust the One who created us. 8-page full-color photo section
A Paintbrush in God’s Hand
Whining and complaining were not part of Sarah Weaver’s life. Although muscular dystrophy confined her to a wheelchair for most of her life, she allowed God to use her. Through her writings and art, especially her painting The Broad and Narrow Way, she became an inspiration to many.
The Silent Whistle
The policeman put the whistle to his lips and blew hard. Nothing happened. Dumbfounded, he shook the whistle and tried again. Still nothing— and the car carrying Christians moved on past. This collection of stories from Romania and Ukraine, written especially for children, will capture your attention and strengthen your faith.
Christians want good to triumph! Yet at times it feels we are doing very little to fight the growing darkness here in America. Should Christians vote, sign petitions, or boycott ungodly corporations? Should we become more involved in earthly politics and power? Or are we in danger of becoming sidetracked from our mission?