89 pages – Paperback
Item # 580
We are a spoiled people, and we demand our so-called “rights.” This book, written by a missionary to China, explains how God has taught missionaries to think of others first – living by example the saying “denying self”. You don’t have to be preparing for the mission field to realize the value of this book. It is one of the most significant Christian books you will ever have the opportunity to read.
272 pages – Paperback
Item # 510
Dr. Al Smith has well said, “We will never have revival in our churches until we get the people in the pews singing again.” Every congregation would be fortunate to have a song leader who has been influenced by the life and ministry of Charles M. “Charlie” Alexander. In this biography you will meet a man who is the personification of a leader of evangelistic singing.
154 pages – Paperback
Item # 600
An eye witness account of the strangely wonderful visitation of God’s Spirit at the dawn of the 20th century in the country of Wales (1904-05). The revival was accompanied by the salvation of thousands of souls and a deep stirring among God’s people. The revival spirit burst from the churches, to the fields, across the Celtic borders and around the world. Its impact was universal and life changing.
284 pages – Paperback
Item # 620
Three great men preaching to the loggers of Northern Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan around the 1900’s to the 1920’s. They were rough, tough, men of faith known as the “Apostles of the Pine”. They will inspire the child of God to get out of his comfort zone to reach sinners with the glorious Gospel of Christ.