Under the Shadow
Under the Shadow
By Mary Hui-Tze Wong

A wonderful story of a missionary from China who gave 40 years of service. Joshua Yun Foh Chong worked in Asia during WWII. He saw the communists take over his homeland. He witnessed many miracles throughout is life. This is a story of narrow escapes and God’s protecting hand.
Banish the Night
Banish the Night
By Leonard Barnard

Missionary pilot Len Barnard shares some of the thrilling adventures of his work among these primitive peoples in New Guinea, “the land that time forgot.”
Between Hell and High Water
Between Hell and High Water
By Kay Kuzma and Brenda Walsh

Gifted writers and storytellers, Kay Kuzma and Brenda Walsh have captured the unforgettable tales of survivors of Hurricane Katrina. These riveting stories of life and death, good and evil, hope and despair will give you courage, faith and hope as you face your own times of trouble, knowing that whatever happens, God will be there.
Beware of Angels
Beware of Angels
By Roger Morneau

The author’s words of warning are based on an actual instance in which angelic beings promised to help two Adventists prepare for the last days, and eventually led them to murder.
The Choice
The Choice
By Dan M. Appel

This is a gripping story that deals with the topic of the state of the dead The characters are made up, but the events are real and are happening on a daily basis even in the Christian community. This book is a great introduction to the topic of spiritualism and ultimately addresses issues that are becoming more and more popular.
Claims Upon My Heart - The Sequel to Silence of My Love
Claims Upon My Heart - The Sequel to Silence of My Love
By Kay D. Rizzo

In Claims Upon Her Heart, book three in the Chloe Mae Chronicles, Chloe finds herself falling in love and making decisions that will change the rest of her life.  She still longs for her father's understanding and wonders if the wall of silence between them will ever crumble. Anyone who has read Flee My Fathers House and Silence of My Love will be anxious to read this next book.
The Clifford Goldstein Story
The Clifford Goldstein Story
By Clifford Goldstein

A popular speaker and the author of Between the Lamb and the Lion reveals his compelling conversion experience, the story of a Jewish intellectual who refuses to believe in God until one day the Lord touches his heart with love.
Desert Redemption
Desert Redemption
By Scott Harrison Sutton

In this richly textured tale of spiritual coming of age in a Muslim country, you will learn what Islam and Christianity share in common and get acquainted with contemporary Christian life in a Gulf Arab state.
Escape From Saigon
Escape From Saigon
By Ralph Watts

How the church survived the final days of the Vietnam War. Who lives? Who dies? Thirty years ago, a Vietnamese conference president and his staff wrestled all night with that decision.
Fatal Secrets
Fatal Secrets
By William Noel

A tangled tale turns into a riveting spiritual thriller as one woman deals with the question of the fate of her dead husband. This story reveals something about the darkness on the other side and the liberating power of the light.
Goodbye Forever?
Goodbye Forever?
By Joy Swift

Four of the author's five children were murdered in one night; this book chronicles her search for spiritual answers to the tragedy.
The Heart Remembers
The Heart Remembers
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

This is a story of how God’s unconditional love brings healing in a seemingly hopeless situation and sets them free.
Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers: Book One
Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers: Book One
By Norma J. Collins

They look out at us from their portraits: earnest faces, still and sober for the photographer, above stiff collars and plain clothing. But who were they really, these strong-minded Adventist pioneers?
Heaven Sent
Heaven Sent
By Amanda Bews

Heaven's life seems perfect. She has good grades, popularity, a rich family and the perfect boyfriend. Only she knows none of it's true. One drunken mistake changes everything. This is a beautifully written story about how the consequences of one choice can change a life forever. Author Amanda Bews has a burden on her heart for helping young people navigate the complicated world of growing up and making life choices. This captivating story will keep you engaged from beginning to end.
Him Big God Day
Him Big God Day
By Stanley Maxwell

Missionary, teacher, and author, Stanley Maxwell, has put together his favorite "Sabbath" stories from around the globe. Some he heard as a child, others people have told him through the years, and some he has experienced himself.Him Big God Day is full of amazing stories of how people were blessed by their faithfulness to God's holy law.
The House That God Built
The House That God Built
By Sandra Finley Doran

The House That God Built is the story of several individual members of the Saratoga Seventh-day Adventist Church. Through flashbacks, the author takes us back into the lives of those gathered at the groundbreaking ceremony, tracing the clear and often miraculous leading of God in bringing them together at a particular place and time. 
I'll Hold You While It Hurts
I'll Hold You While It Hurts
By Arthur A. Milward

Meet inspirational people who all, in their own way, are exquisite examples of our need for a Savior who will hold us while it hurts.
Impaled
Impaled
By Ernest Steed

Throughout the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, young men and women have left their homes and families to travel to distant lands and share their faith. Each of these missionaries sacrificed comfort and security to serve the Savior they loved. Impaled is the fascinating story of a young married couple, Brian and Valmae Dunn, twentieth-century missionaries to the South Pacific island of Malaita. They made the ultimate sacrifice so that others could have eternal life.
In the Shadow of the Mob
In the Shadow of the Mob
By Melanie Scherencel Bockmann

Keep your mouth shut, Carl told himself, trying to act normal around his mom and his brother. The secret knowledge that his dad’s life might be in danger burned hotly in his brain, and as his dad disappeared down the front steps, Carl knew there was a serious possibility he would never see his father again.
It's Going To Be Alright
It's Going To Be Alright
By Arthur A. Milward

Arthur Milward’s pen traces hauntingly poignant stories of life on this sin-stained planet. Yet accompanying every sorrow is a thread of hope.
Jubilation Morn'
Jubilation Morn'
By Jean E. Holmes

This is a story of tragedy and triumph. The tragedy of a bitter and hellish war, of families torn apart, of pain and bloodshed and death. And the triumph of friendship, freedom, and love.
Last Tiger Out
Last Tiger Out
By Jan S. Doward

Dan Maukar’s first love was his plane. Then came Molly, a beautiful black-haired girl; next, the people of his country. Dan was one of the top 10 Indonesian Air Force pilots chosen for jet training in Egypt.
Let It Go
Let It Go
By Yvonne Rodney

They'd kept secrets for a long time. This is a story of women overwhelmed with grief and guilt--and their journey to redemption and healing. There's only one way, you know. Only one.
The Liberation of Allyson Brown
The Liberation of Allyson Brown
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

A moving story about a young woman finding her way through devastating grief back to life and into the arms of the Life-Giver. 
Malinki of Malawi
Malinki of Malawi
By Josephine Cunnington Edwards

This is the story of the struggle of Malinki and his mother for their existence in Africa, called in those days the Dark Continent. But it is more than the struggle for existence; it shows the courage and strength of one born in slavery to forge ahead and make a better life.
Mindy
Mindy
By June Strong

One woman's poignant struggle between her love of family and her love of God, tracing to the bittersweet end her joys and sorrows as she raises children in a divided home. Back by popular demand.
The Mists of Mbinda
The Mists of Mbinda
By Corrine Vanderwerff

Let the excitement and intrigue of this “good-read” whisk you away. It will take you to a place where God is doing a mighty work through His people—even when they aren’t perfect. 
Mornin' Star Risin'
Mornin' Star Risin'
By Jean E. Holmes

This is the story of the Gullah slaves, their white owners, their loves, their dreams, their superstitions, and their childlike faith in a God who loves them and would one day set them free.
Pon Jordan's Far Shore
Pon Jordan's Far Shore
By Jean E. Holmes

’pon Jordan’s Far Shoreexplodes with the passion and horrors of the Civil War and shows how the lives of the Weldon family, and those of their slaves, were forever changed by it.
The Seventh Escape
The Seventh Escape
By Jan S. Doward

Like millions of other Europeans, Walter Logé was caught in the violent vortex of World War II. An ambulance driver in the German army, he was taken prisoner toward the end of the conflict and shipped by boxcar deep into Russia to the gloomy labor camp of Makeyevka.  
Shadow Men
Shadow Men
By Clifford Goldstein

Listen in on these conversations about life and death, guilt and innocence, truth and lies, despair and hope.
Stictly Confidential
Stictly Confidential
By Irene Wakeham

Strictly Confidential by Irene Wakeham is a compilation of stories intended to reinforce valuable lessons to the reader. The life lessons expressed within its pages through true personal experiences were written especially for the young adult woman.  
Sunrise Hope
Sunrise Hope
By Trudy J. Morgan-Cole

When Stephanie Kent moves to a new town to work with disadvantaged teens, she vows not to let her fears and doubts take over. Young and optimistic, she can’t help seeing worlds of potential in the teens—and feeling drawn to her boss Paul, a cynical ex-pastor who has given up on God.
These Fords Still Run
These Fords Still Run
By Barbara Westphal

To know Orley and Lillian Ford is to understand how Seventh-day Adventists have carried the gospel to nearly every country. Lifelong dedication, heroic faith, almost reckless courage, plus an ever-present sense of humor – these traits have distinguished this pioneer missionary couple.
The Waiting Heart
The Waiting Heart
By Yvonne Rodney

Tranquility Hazelwood is anything but tranquil. Still unmarried, and with her biological clock ticking, her impatience is rising—someone thinks it’s her fault she’s not married yet? Two lists and 21 interviews later those answers weren’t exactly what she’d been expecting.
With an Holy Calling
With an Holy Calling
By Josephine Cunnington Edwards

The blizzard came swiftly and unexpectedly upon Mother Vandeman and Herbie that early spring morning as they were on their way home from Aurickaree Creek. In moments, the countryside was shrouded in deep, billowy drifts of snow. The horses floundered. Mother and son lost all sense of direction. They had to keep going somehow. Eventually, too cold and too exhausted to go on, Herbie sank down into the snow and lay still. And then Mother Vandeman felt the solid wall of the house.