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Book Image Adoniram Judson: A Grand Purpose
by Renee Taft Meloche, Bryan Pollard (Illustrator)
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When Adoniram Judson (1788–1850) discovered for himself that God’s love is real and His Word is true, he and his wife, Ann, risked everything to share God’s great love with the people of Burma, becoming America’s first foreign missionaries. In the midst of war, Adoniram translated the Bible into the Burmese language so that others could discover God’s truth as he had.


Book Image Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge
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As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson spent thrity-eight years working in Burma, then one of the most hostile countries on earth. Judson was ignored, mocked, beaten, and tortured, yet he never lost sight of his goal to translate the Bible into the Burmese language. Today, over 150 years after his death, his remains the only translation of the Bible in burmese. (1788-1850)


Book Image Adoniram Judson: Unit Study Curriculum Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge
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Based on the book Adoniram Judson, Bound for Burma.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide corresponds with a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study • Reflective of a wide range of learning styles • Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities • With reproducible fact sheet and maps


Book Image Amy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Amy Carmicheal's life was one of simple, determined obedience to God, regardless of the consequences. Her service in Insia is vivid example of the one person who will fear God and nothing else.Driven by love, sustained by faith and determination, this young woman from Northern Ireland defied the cruel barriers of India's caste system (1867-1951).


Book Image Amy Carmichael: Unit Study Curriculum Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Based on the book Amy Carmichael, Rescuer of Precious Gems.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide accompanies a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study
• Reflective of a wide range of learning styles
• Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities
• With reproducible fact sheet and maps


Book Image Betty Greene: Wings to Serve
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

WWII veteran Betty Greene's desire to use airplanes to help spread the gospel was realized when she helped found the Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). A great story for boys and girls of all ages. (1920-1997)


Book Image Borden of Yale
by Howard Mrs. Taylor

Born into a wealthy American family, William Borden attended Princeton Seminary and graduated from Yale. Despite an upper class upbringing, his travels around the world challenged him to the needs of the heathen world for Jesus Christ, and he purposed to make his choices count toward that goal.

As Borden trained for a life of service to the Kansu people of China, his heart and labor went out in very practical ways to the widows, orphans and cripples in the back streets of Chicago. A quiet yet powerful man, he diligently sought to win other young college men for Christ and His service.

His arrival in Egypt in 1913 was tragically marked by his contracting cerebral meningitis. His untimely death at the age of 25 was covered by nearly every newspaper in the United States as a testimony for Christ. Though "a waste" in the world's terms, both his life and his death have been a testimony and a challenge even beyond his own generation to "keep eternity's values in view."

The personal story of one whose unselfish life gives new meaning to Christian service!


Book Image Bruchko
Bruce Olson

The story of Bruce Olson, missionary to the Motilone Indians in South America.


Book Image Cameron Townsend: Unit Study Curriculum Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge
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Based on the book Cameron Townsend, Good News in Every Language.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide corresponds with a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study • Reflective of a wide range of learning styles • Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities • With reproducible fact sheet and maps


Book Image Candle in the Dark

The story of William Carey. He sailed in 1793 to India with a reluctant wife and four children to bring the message of Jesus. There he encountered so much hardship it is amazing he did not abandon his mission and go home. But he stayed for over 40 years.

One issue that tormented him was "sati"--the burning alive of widows when their husbands died. He would not rest until this practice was stopped. Facing insurmountable odds, he plodded on to influence the abolition of "sati" and to become the revered "Friend of India" and "Father of Modern Missions."

He oversaw more translations of the Bible than had been done in all previous Christian history combined. Life was never easy for Carey. But he simply refused to quit, even when a devastating fire destroyed years of his literary work. His legacy has inspired countless others from his own day to the present. William Carey shows dramatically how a life dedicated to God and obedient to His calling can make a profound difference in the world. Starring Richard Attlee, Lynette Edwards and Julie-Kate Olivier. A Christian History Institute Production.


Book Image Chance to Die, A: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael
by Elisabeth Elliot


Book Image Christian Heroes Then & Now Gift Sets: Books 11-15

This Gift Set includes:
David Livingstone: Africa's Trailblazer
Betty Greene: Wings to Serve
Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma
Cameron Townsend: Good News in Every Language
Jonathan Goforth: An Open Door in China


Book Image Christian Heroes Then & Now Gift Sets: Books 1-5

This gift set includes:
Gladys Aylward: The Adventure of a Lifetime
Nate Saint: On a Wing and a Prayer
Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
Amy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems
Corrie ten Boom: Keeper of the Angels' Den


Book Image Christian Heroes Then & Now Gift Sets: Books 6-10

This gift set includes:
Eric Liddell: Something Greater Than Gold
William Carey: Obliged to go
George Mueller: The Guardian of Bristol's Orphans
Jim elliot: One Great Purpose
Mary Slessor: Forward into Calabar


Book Image Christian Heroes: Then and Now 2-Pack
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Gladys Aylward: The Adventure of a Lifetime
The powerful true story of missionary to China, Gladys Aylward. Her amazing adventure of faith and determination is one of the truly great missionary stories of our era. (1902-1970)

George Mueller: The Guardian of Bristol's Orphans
Sustained by God's provision, George Müller's vision of caring for orphans grew to five large homes that ultimately over ten thousand children would call home. (1805-1898)


Book Image Corrie Ten Boom: Keeper of the Angels Den
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

The life of Corrie ten Boom, survivor of the Nazi concentration camps, is a testimony to the victory of forgiveness over bitterness (1892-1983).


Book Image David Livingstone: Africa's Trailblazer
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Braving danger and hardship, David Livingstone crisscrossed vast uncharted regions of Africa to open new frontiers and spread the message of the gospel to all who would listen. (1813-1873)


Book Image Eric Liddell
by Catherine Swift

One of the greatest heroes of the Cross in this century

Eric Liddell, hero of the film Chariots of Fire, risked becoming a national disgrace at the 1924 Paris Olympics when he refused to run on a Sunday. Disqualifying himself from the finals, Britain's hope of a medal was sacrificed as well. But the thinly veiled criticism in the press turned to sensational acclaim when Eric entered—and won—a race for which he was completely untrained, finishing a full five meters ahead of the favorite.

He was a celebrity, but the faith which had inspired his courageous stand stirred in him again, and at the height of his fame he announced that he was leaving athletics to return as a missionary to the land of his birth, China. This story of "God's Athlete" makes for exciting reading.

From renowned Scottish athlete to missionary in China.


Book Image Eric Liddell: Something Greater Than Gold
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Missionary to China and Olympic runner who inspired the movie Chariots of Fire, Liddell ran the race of faith (1902–1945).


Book Image Eric Liddell: Unit Study Curriculum Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Based on the book Eric Liddel, Something Greater Than Gold.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide accompanies a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study
• Reflective of a wide range of learning styles
• Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities
• With reproducible fact sheet and maps.


Book Image George Muller
by Basil Miller

The remarkable and challenging story of a man who dared to believe that God both could and would supply all of his needs whether personal or for the thousands of orphans in his care!

Though confirmed in the church at the age of 14, George Muller was raised without a real concept of God. By the time he was 16, he was in jail as a vagabond and thief.

In his early twenties he came in contact with a group of people who met regularly for prayer and Bible study. Through their witness he was brought to a turning point in his life and was born into the family of God. Daily Bible reading and prayer immediately became an important part of his Christian life and a cornerstone of his future orphanage ministry.

The personal story of one of the greatest prayer-warriors of the past century.


Book Image George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol's Orphans
by Janet Benge

Sustained by God's provision, George Müller's vision of caring for orphans grew to five large homes that ultimately over ten thousand children would call home (1805-1898).


Book Image Gladys Aylward: Unit Study Curriculum Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Based on the book Gladys Aylward, The Adventure of a Lifetime.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide accompanies a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study
• Reflective of a wide range of learning styles
• Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities
• With reproducible fact sheet and maps.


Book Image Hudson Taylor
by J. Hudson Taylor

The inspiring story of one man's love for God and his unflinching commitment to present the Gospel of Christ to the Chinese.

Previously published under the title To China With Love, this book recounts the thrilling story of Hudson Taylor and the eventual formation of the China Inland Mission.

Hudson Taylor left England on September 19, 1853, and did not reach China until spring of the following year. The long and arduous voyage, persecution, poverty, and the difficulties of culture and language did not deter Taylor from the divine task of his calling. Few men have been such an instrument in God's hands for proclaiming the gospel to a vast population and bringing so many Christian churches into being.

The autobiography of a man whose influence in China is still felt today.


Book Image Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

An inspiring true story of one man's obedience to God. Hudson Taylor overcame persecution and almost overwhelming personal losses to bring God's truth to the ripe harvest fields of China (1832–1905).


Book Image Ida Scudder: Healding Bodies, Touching Hearts
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge
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During nearly sixty years in India, Dr. Ida Scudder pioneered rural healthcare and the medical training of Indian women. An amazing testimony to the courage, compassion, and truth found in Christ.


Book Image Jim Elliot
by Kathleen White

The Thrilling Story of a Man Whose Missionary Influence is Still Felt Today

Jim Elliot, a modern martyr, gained international recognition when he died with four others at the hands of Auca Indians. His story and memoirs have become a source of missionary inspiration through the writing and speaking of his wife, Elisabeth. As a young American graduating from Wheaton College, he quickly discovered a vocation in the missionary life. The field he chose was the unexplored frontiers of Ecuador in Latin America.

Not content with bringing the Gospel to the civilized people of the country, he and his four companions flew their Piper plane over the lands of the savage Auca tribe. Their first landing meant a tragic massacre, but out of that seemingly senseless tragedy comes a powerful testimony of the call of God on one man's life.

The young American missionary who gave his life for Christ and the Auca Indians.


Book Image Jim Elliot: One Great Purpose
by Janet Benge

Martyred in Ecuador in 1956, missionary Jim Elliot lived by his words, "He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose" (1927-1956).


Book Image John and Betty Stam
by Kathleen White

The dramatic account of one couple's courage and commitment in the face of communism.

More than seventy-five years after Hudson Taylor's pioneer missionary work in China, two young Americans, John Stam and Elizabeth Scott, set out for China as missionaries. Bound for work with Taylor's China Inland Mission, they were married after arriving in the country.

Taylor had been threatened by the infamous Boxer Rebellion, but the young couple faced a new threat at the hands of Communist soldiers. Bravely witnessing for Christ in spite of the violence and fear, they were accused of sedition and cruelly murdered at the ages of 27 and 28. Their courage in the face of death set an unforgettable standard for Christian martyrdom in the twentieth century.

Inspiring and challenging reading about true heroes of the faith.


Book Image John Hyde: Apostle of Prayer
by Francis McGaw

The marvelous story of the missionary to India whose example of soul-winning through intercession is almost without parallel in the history of the church.

Setting out for India in 1892, one could have wondered how John Hyde would fair as a missionary. His slowness of speech, slightly defective hearing, and his apparent lack of enthusiasm and zeal appeared to be a hindrance to his effectiveness. But Hyde discovered the power of intercessory prayer, and the results were staggering. He proved that prayer was an evangelical force in India: by faith he claimed one soul a day, then two, then four. Through his intercessory prayer, God was able to work in remarkable ways in conventions, churches, and personal lives. It is no surprise that he was often called "The Apostle of Prayer."

A challenging testimony of what God can do through the life of one who is willing to seek His face!


Book Image John Williams, Messenger of Peace
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

With unshakable courage, John Williams gave his life to see the gospel message of love and peace spread to the fierce warriors and cannibals on the thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean. (1796–1839)


Book Image Jonathan Goforth
by Rosalind Goforth

Men of Faith
This book tells the story of Jonathan Goforth, missionary to China.


Book Image Jonathan Goforth
by Rosalind Goforth

The remarkable story of a man whose influence is still felt in China today.

After conversion to Christ as a young man, Jonathan Goforth eventually arrived in China with his wife Rosalind. They endured incredible hardships, including the loss of their first child to malaria. They fled for their lives from the Boxer Rebellion. Deeply inspired by a reading of Finney's Revival Lectures, Goforth set out with renewed determination and faith to spearhead a revival which rarely has been equaled in the history of modern missions.

Goforth's amazing spiritual journey from political ambition to missionary revivalist in China.


Book Image Jonathan Goforth: An Open Door in China
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Each inspiring true story of a man or woman who answered God's call is a testimony to a real-life adventure of faith and determination. After surviving two nearly fatal accidents, Jonathan Goforth knew that God had a plan for his twice-saved life. This passionate young man was right. In the midst of political upheaval and personal tragedy, Goforth gained the reputation as China's greatest evangelist, addressing crowds of up to twenty-five thousand. An amazing story of persistence and faithfulness! (1859-1936)


Book Image Journey Through The Life of William Wilberforce
by Kevin Belmonte
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Walk the fascinating pathways and historic halls of England as you re-trace the steps of legendary abolitionist and staunch Christian man of faith William Wilberforce. This full-color, unique guide to Wilberforce's life is a great tool for anyone interested in the life of this amazing man. It includes descriptions of his work on behalf of social justice issues like slavery and the end of poverty, as well as his many achievements, portraits of him and his contemporaries, and photographs of historic sites in England. Intended for a general audience, this fascinating book is great for anyone wanting to learn more about this man known as the friend of humanity. Dr. Kevin Belmonte, one of the world's leading scholars dedicated to educating the public about William Wilberforce, is providing a fresh introduction just for this book. An excellent and educational tool to bring history to life for educators, this multi-use book for education, travel, or pleasure reading takes the reader on a pictorial journey of the life of Wilberforce, from his home in Hull to the legendary chambers of parliament in London.


Book Image Lillian Trasher: The Greatest Wonder in Egypt
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge
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Others thought that a lone American woman in Egypt would surely be killed or starve to death. Instead she cared for thousands of desperate children, with unwavering faith that God does indeed look after the orphans. (1887-1961)


Book Image Lottie Moon: Giving Her All for China
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

After becoming the most educated woman in the American South, Lottie Moon (1840–1912) spent thirty-nine years in China. As she watched her fellow missionaries fall to disease and exhaustion, she became just as dedicated to educating Christians about the often preventable tragedies of missionary life as she was to educating Chinese people about the Christian life. Today, an annual missionary offering taken in her name continues to enable countless others to give their all for the gospel.


Book Image Lottie Moon: Unit Study Curriculum Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Based on the book Lottie Moon, Giving her all for China.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide accompanies a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study
• Reflective of a wide range of learning styles
• Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities
• With reproducible fact sheet and maps


Book Image Mary Slessor: Forward Into Calabar
by Janet Benge

While many missionaries died within months, this fiery mill worker from Scotland labored in love among the unreached tribes of Africa's Calabar region for thirty-nine years (1848-1915).


Book Image Nate Saint Unit Study Guide
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Based on the book Nate Saint, On a Wing and a Prayer.

Each Christian Heroes unit study curriculum guide accompanies a book from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. These guides provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with ways to use the book as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing many curriculum areas including geography, history, and world missions.

• Designed for both group and individual study
• Reflective of a wide range of learning styles
• Suitable for a range of grade levels and abilities
• With reproducible fact sheet and maps


Book Image Nate Saint: On a Wing and a Prayer
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

One of the missionaries martyred in Ecuador in 1956, Nate Saint combined his love for airplanes and God in his air-service ministry to isolated missionaries. Nate Saint's ministry led to a final, historic airplane flight with four missionary friends to the unreached "Aucas" in the jungles of Ecuador (1923-1956).


Book Image Samuel Morris
by Lindley Baldwin

The extraordinary story of the young African who came to be called "The Apostle of Simple Faith."

While most missionary biographies detail the lives of Western missionaries, this is the story of the African missionary that God called to the United States when slavery and segregation were a way of life. Previously published under the title The March of Faith, this book details the moving life story of Samuel Morris.

After a miraculous escape from certain death during the ravages of intertribal warfare in Liberia, Africa, Kaboo was converted to Christ by Methodist missionaries and baptized under the name Samuel Morris. Traveling to America for pastoral training in the late 1880's, his trip was a missionary voyage in itself when several seamen were lead to Christ through his godly life. At Taylor University his example of faith made him a leader among the students and a challenge to the faulty.

An unforgettable biography which shows Christ's love felling all racial barriers.


Book Image Savage My Kinsman, The
by Elisabeth Elliot


Book Image Through Gates of Splendor
by Elisabeth Elliot

The unforgettable true story of five men who braved Auca lances. This edition includes a follow-up chapter that will give readers a unique perspective


Book Image Torches of Joy
by John Dekker

"Torches of Joy was a big hit with my family." Beverly Krueger, Senior Editor, Eclectic Homeschool Online


Book Image Uncommon Women Unmarked Trails: The Courageous Journey of Catholic Missionary Sisters in Frontier Montana
Suzanne H. Schrems
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This book fills a void that exists in the history of western women in the nineteenth century. From 1864 to 1900, the Sisters of Providence and Ursuline nuns pioneered women's missionary activities among the Flathead, Blackfoot, Crow, Cheyenne and Gros Ventre-Assiniboine. The sisters were nineteenth-century women from America and Canada who made a conscious decision to lead a life uncommon to most women of the time.


Book Image Wilberforce: An Activity Book
by Andrew Edwards (Author), Fleur Thornton (Author)
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This educational and fun activity book and guide for elementary age students is a great start for younger children wanting to learn about the fascinating British abolitionist, William Wilberforce. A great resource for homes and schools alike, this 32 page, fact filled book features word searches, fact boxes, crossword puzzles, and much more. A great way to introduce elementary age students a man who changed his world and ours. It's "edutainment" of the highest quality.


Book Image Wilfred Grenfell: Fisher of Men
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge
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Adventurous Dr. Grenfell ministered to fishermen on the deadly North Sea and brought medical care to the desperately poor fishing communities of the wild, remote Labrador coast.(1865-1940)


Book Image William Booth
by David Bennett

The Amazing Story of the British Evangelist Whose Heroic Efforts Touched Society's Greatest Evils

The expressions on the faces of the men, women, and children on the filthy, smelling streets of London's East End in 1865 told the sad story: for them, life would never change. They would always be poor, always hungry. No one would champion their cause.

As William Booth walked their streets, the British evangelist was deeply moved and revolted by the squalor. He knew he must dedicate his life to bringing new hope to these people. At that moment, the Salvation Army was born, and under its passionate and energetic founder began its growth into one of the most famous evangelistic agencies in the world.

The Biography of the Man They Loved to Call "The General"


Book Image William Booth: Soup, Soap, and Salvation
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

Horrified by the poverty and human misery in industrial England, General William Booth and his Salvation Army brought the gospel and life-changing social services to the outcasts of society. (1829–1912)


Book Image William Carey
by Basil Miller

The amazing story of a simple English cobbler who became a self-taught scholar of Hebrew and Greek, a botanist, a minister, and finally a pioneer missionary to India! His life became the model for modern missions.

Developed from letters and journals of William Carey, this challenging biography brings an understanding of the almost unbelievable sacrifices he made. The long and painfully arduous voyage from England, the primitiveness and grinding poverty of eighteenth-century India, the death of his wife and other family members did not detour Carey from God's call in his life.

Compelling missionary drama of the man whose lifetime of service became the standard for today


Book Image William Carey: Obliged to Go
by Janet Benge, Geoff Benge

William Carey, "the father of modern missions," displayed a single minded determination to bring the gospel to the people of India (1761–1834).


Book Image With Daring Faith
by Rebecca H. Davis

This is a biography, written for children, of the esteemed missionary, Amy Carmichael, who almost single-handedly fought a battle against the practice of child temple prostitution in India in the early part of this century.



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