Showing all 4 results
Shadow Emperor : The Rise And Fall Of Religious Freedom$4.49Add to cart
Born under the cloud of illegitimacy.
His real father far more powerful than anyone could imagine.
The unlikely king who ignited a global movement.
The world forever changed.
His legacy–An empire reaching across centuries.
It’s not what you’ve been told.
This short volume was written as a companion to the Voice of Prophecy documentary series Shadow Empire, and provides a thumbnail sketch–a review, really–of the content covered in that production.
No Heil Hitler$25.19Add to cart
September 1, 1939: “The stillness of the morning was suddenly shattered when three German fighter planes appeared from behind the mountain of Kubalonka. They were in strict formation, one slightly in front of the others, as if taking part in a demonstration, barely above ground level. I could see the grey fuselage, the pilots in the cockpits and the ominous black crosses on the wings. The noise was deafening. The three planes were flying toward me at terrific speed. The noise alone felt like it would shake all my teeth out. I saw the flicker of flames as the first plane fired its guns, and heard the trees above my head splintering as the stream of bullets hit them. Branches toppled down. Cattle panicked. Leaves and twigs sprayed across the field. The ricocheting bullets whined around the valley.”
Red Coats And Scimitars$18.19Add to cart
In the 1800s, under promises of free land, freedom of religion, and exemption from taxes and military service, many German families emigrated to Russia. Red Coats and Scimitars is the true story of Karl Schwartz, a German boy growing up in the Ukraine, who was forced into the Russian army and who ultimately became part of the royal guard to the czar.
Pilgrims Progress : A Spiritual Guide For The Holy Land Traveler$22.99Add to cart
Pilgrim’s Progress is a handy meditation book that takes actual and armchair travelers through the Holy Land, moving from Tel Aviv, northward along the coast, inland through Galilee, back to the southern area and finally going up to Jerusalem.
Each two-page devotional contains scripture references; a lyrical meditation on the locale, combining biblical, historical, and contemporary observations–be it ancient Joppa or modern Jerusalem; and a prayer.
This book is designed to supplement other handbooks for travelers by providing the biblical and religious background for exploring Israel. It is intended primarily for personal devotions, but can also be used for group worship.