1902

Between Two Captains – The Autobiography of John Jacob Lehmanowsky

John Lehmanowsky was born in Warsaw in 1773 to a Jewish family, and as a young man he converted to Christianity. Through a series of events he became known to Napoleon, and took part in many campaigns including the destruction of the Inquisition at Madrid.

My Dogs in the Northland by Egerton Ryerson Young

Jack London credited My Dogs in the Northland as inspiration for his novel The Call of the Wild. “For years, with great dogs, I toiled and often with them was in great perils.

The Lord's Prayer: A Devotional Study Based on Luther's Smaller Catechism by Charles Armand Miller

“Our God says: ‘I not only freely forgive, but as for your sins, I have cast them behind my back.’ Luther and a Friend “Luther was once walking with a friend through a country full of beauty, and both being deeply impressed with the loveliness of nature, as her charms lay before their eyes and spoke to their appreciative hearts, the friend said, “Earth, in its beauty, is a paradise.

Church History For Young People by Peer Olsen Stromme

The Christian Church is in reality as old as the world itself. It has existed ever since the creation of man; for there always have been true believers, who have done God’s will on earth, and who have gone to heaven when they died.