124 pages – Paperback
Item # 922
Thoughts and truths so simple and so profound; this life-changing study of Christ’s teen-age years was written for teen-agers, but could be read every year by every teen-ager, every parent, every youth worker and every pastor. Its truths are refreshing and will help re-direct your focus in line with Jesus.
52 pages – Paperback
Item # 901
This simple guide for the newborn Christian will enable you to get off to a right start in your new-found faith: Biblical instructions with Scriptural references to help you make correct decisions in walking with the Lord. “Do’s” and “Don’t” that will help you from falling back into sin and dishonoring your Saviour.
178 pages – Paperback
Item # 900
Jesse and Bethany Milford have been happily married for six years and are busy raising five children. Now that Jesse is a traveling evangelist, the family spends more time on the road than at home. When Bethany suggests that her brother, Luke, accompany them on their travels for a while, she is frustrated to learn that Luke has no faith in the concept of Divine betrothal. As Bethany prays for Luke’s faith to be increased, she and Jesse are surprised to learn that they’re not the only ones who have experienced God’s special gift.
152 pages – Paperback
Item # 889
Tom Burton is in his last year of college, studying music directing and business. Since Tom comes from a wealthy family, lots of young ladies are eager to become his wife. Not knowing which one is the one for him, Tom puts each girl through a test to see whether they’re truly committed. When he realizes his tests are somewhat flawed, Tom finally turns to God for the choice. Little does he know God may have a test in store for him.
150 pages – Paperback
Item # 697
Sam Hunter is twenty-four and is out to obtain the perfect life. After successfully landing a great job with the electric company and purchasing a brand new house, he feels sure no one will ever discover his carefully guarded secret. But when things start to go wrong, he realizes God isn’t done with him yet. As a last attempt to escape from his past, Sam joins the Marine Corps and becomes bent on ranking sergeant. Not until he learns to make God Sergeant of his life, is Sam able to reap God’s blessings – including the wife God has chosen for him.
140 pages – Paperback
Item # 849
Derrick Freeman is going to college to become an accountant, but is college really God’s will for him? If not, he could be faced with the possibility of giving up his future, his career, and even the chance to find the right wife. When God’s answer comes, Derrick realizes he must make one of the biggest decisions of his entire life.
143 pages – Paperback
Item # 804
Mandy Dixon is already twenty-six and still not spoken for. Her only option in sight is her life-long friend, Clyde Anderson, but Clyde advises her to wait for God’s perfect choice. Mandy wants to trust her friend’s counsel, but who ever heard of Divine betrothal? And did God really have someone special picked out for her from the time she was born? Mandy’s about to find out that a mix-up in her past may hold the key to her future.
146 pages – Paperback
Item # 527
Bethany Olsen, age twenty-two, desires nothing more than to be happily married. After having faced three heartbreaks, things aren’t looking so good. Realizing she can no longer endure the pain of rejection, Bethany promptly turns her back on courtship and leaves the choice of her mate entirely up to God. Not until she truly learns to put her full faith and trust in God, is Bethany granted the Divine betrothal she has been prayerfully seeking.
74 pages – Paperback
Item # 555
A fresh and thorough look at dress for the Christian lady professing Godliness (1 Timothy 2:9-10). You may have heard Christian women say, “No one is going to tell me how to dress!” Does “no one” include God? Is it really that important how we as Christian ladies dress? Are there Biblical guidelines concerning this controversial issue? If so, would you be willing to conform to those guidelines?
50 pages – Paperback
Item # 830
“Cathy Corle’s booklet is very well written, and I plan to put a copy in the hands of every lady in our church. I find that even many of the ladies who follow the preaching still don’t understand why, and are unable to establish convictions that are their own. This booklet will be a great help to them.”