Books Worth Reading
The 1599 Geneva Bible
The original 1599 Geneva Bible with notes written by the reformers. Nothing has been updated except the spelling. This translation is characterized by simple and beautiful language that is surprisingly understandable even to modern readers.
Aunt Jane's Hero by Elizabeth Prentiss
The heartwarming story of a Christian couple seeking to establish a home whose happiness flows from a beautiful relationship with the Lord Jesus. Biblical truths about marriage and family life are interwoven throughout this lovely story.
Testament From Prison by Georgi Vins
A collection of personal testimonies, stories, sermons, letters, and poetry written by Georgi Vins, his family, and other persecuted Russian believers.
Edges of His Ways by Amy Carmichael
Selections from the notes of Amy Carmichael arranged in a daily devotional style.
Thou Givest They Gather by Amy Carmichael
Gleanings from the previously unpublished writings of Amy Carmichael arranged in daily devotional readings.
Whispers of His Power by Amy Carmichael
A collection of 366 devotional readings taken from Amy Carmichael's previously unpublished writings.
Radical Womanhood: Feminine Faith in a Feminist World by Carolyn McCulley
An excellent book on living out Godly womanhood in a modern world. Packed with research and information on the development of feminism over the last 200 years.
By Searching: My Journey Through Doubt Into Faith
In this autobiography, Isobel Kuhn documents a journey of faith that will give every hungry soul a vision for the life that God offers. Although she walked this journey almost a century ago, her story of struggle and growth is written with a simplicity and clarity that is timeless.
Thoughts Concerning the King by Elizabeth Prentiss
Originally published in 1890, these selections from Elizabeth Prentiss' private papers represent the cream of her thoughts and relationship with the Lord. While simply a collection of quotes and poetry, the depth and insight of these quotations make this book a treasure indeed.
Children of the Storm by Natasha Vins
Natasha Vins tells the story of life as the daughter of the persecuted Russian pastor Georgi Vins.