Blessed Are the Unlikelies
Blessed Are the Unlikelies
By Philip W. Dunham

The Bible is crammed full of stories of men and women who seemed just as unlikely: people like Samson, Jephthah, Rahab, and Nebuchadnezzar.  Blessed Are the Unlikelies takes a refreshing look at these and other familiar characters, and challenges us to look beyond their shortcomings to a place where we can see how the name of God was magnified in their lives. 
Chosen
Chosen
By Jack J. Blanco

In Chosen Jack J. Blanco creates a harmonious look at the story of Genesis through Deuteronomy. You’ll read the great stories of Noah building an ark, Abraham believing an impossible promise, Joseph experiencing misery and greatness, and Moses leading the Israelites through years of manna and sand.
Crossing Jordan
Crossing Jordan
By Roy Adams

Author Roy Adams brings the Book of Joshua to life. He provides an understanding of Israel's military campaign, grapples with the divine command to slaughter man and beast, and makes an important contribution to understanding violence in the Old Testament at a time when our society is preoccupied with questions of terrorism and jihad.
Esther: Courage to Stand
Esther: Courage to Stand
By Trudy J. Morgan-Cole

She was stolen from her home on the whim of a king. This once-carefree Jewish girl became the wife of a powerful pagan king. Esther spent years wondering why God had allowed this to happen. What possible reason could there be for such a bizarre turn of events in her life? Then one day the answer lay before her, shining and dangerous as a sword.
Gate of the Gods
Gate of the Gods
By Thurman Petty

A victorious Nebuchadnezzar, a young and faithful Daniel, three friends tried in the fire at the plain of Dura, and several meaningful dreams interpreted. All this and more comes alive in the story Gate of the Gods. Book 4 of 5.
Hagar: God's Beloved Stranger
Hagar: God's Beloved Stranger
By Hester Thomsen

Hagar's amazing story shows how small choices can change the course of history.
The Hero of Babylon
The Hero of Babylon
By Charles G. Bellah

In The Hero of Babylon by Charles G. Bellah, the book of Daniel is retold in story fashion to appeal to a more youthful audience. 
Hero Tales of the Bible
Hero Tales of the Bible
By Arthur W. Spalding

Author Spalding, re-tells the stories of Bible heroes who listened to God’s call even amidst seemingly insurmountable odds. Beautifully written in easy to understand language, Hero Tales of the Bible is a great book for the younger reader.
James, The Brother of Jesus
James, The Brother of Jesus
By Trudy J. Morgan-Cole

James: the Brother of Jesus paints a soul-stirring picture of a Savior unafraid to risk doing the unexpected in order to redeem His family through all time. NEW from gifted author, Trudy Morgan-Cole, readers will see Jesus in a new light--through the eyes of a skeptical older brother who ultimately becomes the head of the church.
A Kid Named Joe
A Kid Named Joe
By E. Lonnie Melashenko, David B. Smith

In this book, the author revisits the story of Joseph in a fresh way.
Lydia:  A Story of Philippi
Lydia: A Story of Philippi
By Trudy J. Morgan-Cole

Trudy J. Morgan-Cole's skillful touch transforms the New Testament narrative of Lydia and the people of Philippi into a vibrant story of challenges and triumphs.
Majesty: Experiencing Authentic Worship
Majesty: Experiencing Authentic Worship
By S. Joseph Kidder

How long ago was your last life-changing experience? This morning? Last week? Can’t remember? In these pages are scriptural principles to guide you into a genuine worship experience. Of course you know whom to worship, but what about why, how, and when? And what does the Bible have to say about the significance of worship in a Christian life? Discover the simple yet profound answers that will transform your soul and leave you hungry for God’s presence.
Malchus: Touched by Jesus
Malchus: Touched by Jesus
By Noni Beth Gibbs

With a cast of 70 vibrant characters, Noni Beth Gibbs offers us a new look at the Man on the middle cross—through the eyes of His enemies.
Martha and Mary
Martha and Mary
By Patty Froese Ntihemuka

We think of Mary Magdalene as the sister with the problems. But that wasn't necessarily so. In this beautifully crafted story of the two sisters from Bethany, you'll see this family brought to life and problems exposed. Author, Patty Froese paints an elaborate picture of the kind of love Jesus had that both Mary and Martha needed.
Mary: Call Me Blessed
Mary: Call Me Blessed
By Patty Froese Ntihemuka

A baby changes everything, especially when that baby is the Messiah. 
Noah: The Chosen One
Noah: The Chosen One
By Bradley Booth

A page-turner full of adventure and insight that allows the reader to draw the obvious parallels between Noah's day and days of the end time in which we are living. You will be struck by the way we of the twenty-first century also rationalize our own behavior, and find it more convenient to follow the crowd. The first in a two-book series.
Noah: The End of the World
Noah: The End of the World
By Bradley Booth

After years of gathering materials and building, preaching and pleading, the doors were shut by an unseen hand. A remarkable account of Noah and his family before, during, and after the flood.
Samuel: Tears of a Nation
Samuel: Tears of a Nation
By Daniel J. Drazen

In this sequel to Samuel: One Small Light, we journey along with the Old Testament prophet as he serves as a circuit judge and return with him to Shiloh, where God's glory once shone brightly, and watch as he ministers to bring his people back to God.
Savior: Four Gospels. One Story.
Savior: Four Gospels. One Story.
By Jack J. Blanco

This is the story of Jesus, the Messiah, God?s beloved Son.With this simple introduction the story unfolds. But not as you?ve ever read it before.Written in modern language without the disjointed interruption of chapter or verse, this fresh, unified narrative merges the four Gospel accounts into one.No long genealogical lists. No confusing, archaic words.Just the timeless, captivating story of Jesus, our Savior.
Six Dreams and a Golden Collar
Six Dreams and a Golden Collar
By Gladys Sims Stump

This book was written especially for Primary-age boys and girls. It tells of the great Bible character Joseph in a form they may easily read for themselves. 
That First Christmas: The Wise Men
That First Christmas: The Wise Men
By Trudy J. Morgan-Cole

When a new star is discovered in the night’s sky, the Wise Men of King Phraates’s court set out to discover the star’s sacred message—and find much more than they ever imagined.
The Open Gates
The Open Gates
By Thurman Petty

What was it like to watch the greatest superpower in the world crumble? To be thrown into a den of lions? The Open Gates traces these events all the way to the freedom Cyrus granted to the Jews. 
The Prodigal: A Tale of Two Brothers
The Prodigal: A Tale of Two Brothers
By Bradley Booth

The Prodigal demonstrates the hazards of stubborn pride and independence. Without God and family, the world is not enough. In the end the smart thing is to return to the loving arms we left behind.
The Temple Gates
The Temple Gates
By Thurman Petty

A boy became king. His task was to repair God’s temple a turn Judah back to God. See first hand what the effect King Manasseh’s reign had on these efforts. Did prosperity result?  Book 2 of 5.
Warriors
Warriors
By Jack J. Blanco

In Warriors Jack J. Blanco uses modern language to tell the timeless stories recorded in Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 Chronicles, and Psalms. Without the interruption of chapters and verses, you’ll read the stories and psalms as you never have before.
The Watchers
The Watchers
By Bradley Booth

The Watchers follows Caleb, Tamzi, their families, Allamu the blind beggar, and the old prophet Daniel, as before their very eyes the mighty kingdom of Babylon is overthrown by Cyrus and his Medo-Persian army.
With-out A Doubt
With-out A Doubt
By Roy C. Naden

What inspiration to delve into the structure of the lives of such faith-filled men and women as David, Joseph, Ruth, and even a failure like Samson! This little book shows how the lives of some of the Old Testament characters were types of the Savior to come.  
Zacchaeus
Zacchaeus
By Patty Froese Ntihemuka

The town was filled with people who needed a second chance. Little did they realize that their second chance would begin the moment a Stranger locked eyes with a man perched in a sycamore tree.