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The betrayer's fortune. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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In Antwerp, Belgium, in 1543, after his mother is arrested as a heretic, fifteen-year-old Adriaen Wens flees with the Anabaptist preacher Menno Simons and must decide whether to turn Simons in to save his mother from dea...

Attack in the rye grass. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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In 1843, twelve-year-old Perrin joins his aunt and uncle, well-known missionaries Dr. Marcus and Narcissa Whitman, in the Oregon Territory where they live with the Nez Perce and Cayuse Indians.

Listen for the whippoorwill. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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A young slave girl on a Maryland plantation is led to freedom by Harriet Tubman.

Shanghaied to China —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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1993
3 available of 5 items

When he is taken aboard a ship bound for China, twelve-year-old Neil Thompson is befriended by Hudson Taylor and shares adventures with him during the voyage and in China, where Taylor sets up a mission.

The Mayflower secret. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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Teenage Elizabeth Tilley, one of the colonists landing at New Plymouth on the Mayflower, sees her parents die from illness and wonders if God is punishing her for the terrible secret she carries.

The bandit of Ashley Downs —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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1993
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With God's love, Curly, a young nineteenth-century English boy convicted of armed robbery, reforms his ways after being sent to one of George Müller's orphan homes.

Trailblazers : featuring William Tyndale and other Christian heroes —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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2003
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"Throughout history, steadfast Christians have paved the way for dramatic changes in the world. The Christian heroes from the Trailblazer books had the courage and strength to stand up for the God they believe in. Thei...

Hero tales : [a family treasury of true stories from the lives of Christian heroes] —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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1996
5 available of 7 items

Presents biographies of missionaries, evangelists, and other Christian heroes who worked courageously to share the Gospel with others.

Exiled to the Red River —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
Book
2003
1 available of 3 items

A fictionalized account of how Spokane Garry, a Spokane Indian chief of the nineteenth-century, became a Christian and led many of his people to Christianity.

The drummer boy's battle. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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In 1854, after being wounded while serving as a drummer in the British army in the Crimean War, twelve-year-old Robbie Robinson is cared for by Florence Nightingale and becomes involved in her efforts to improve the medi...

Caught in the rebel camp : [Frederick Douglass] —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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2003
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Despite his clubfoot, Danny Sims, Frederick Doublas's fourteen-year-old stable boy, joins the newly formed all-black Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts Infantry regiment, eager to do his part to help end slavery.

Sinking the Dayspring : John Paton —Jackson, Dave, 1944- author.
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2016
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In 1866, a fourteen-year-old orphan reluctantly joins the crew of a missionary ship leaving Australia, but when a hurricane strands him on a South Sea island and he is captured by slave traders, he finds the courage to t...

Blinded by the Shining Path —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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2002
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A young Quechua Indian learns firsthand the courage of committed Christians when Romulo Sauñe, a missionary, turns the local people away from the hate and terror of the Shining Path, a guerrilla group.

Trailblazers : featuring David Livingstone and other Christian heroes —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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2009
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"Throughout history, steadfast Christians have paved the way for dramatic changes in the world. The Christian heroes from the Trailblazer books had the courage and strength to stand up for the God they believe in. Their ...

The yada yada prayer group gets caught —Jackson, Neta.
Large Print
2010
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Imprisoned in the Golden City. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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As the Burmese War begins in the 1820s, missionaries Adoniram and Ann Judson, the adoptive parents of May-lo and Len-lay, are accused of espionage.

Spy for the night riders. —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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After coming to Wittenberg to seek an education, Karl Schumacher becomes a student of Dr. Martin Luther and, when the latter is declared a heretic, Karl accompanies him when he travels to Worms to defend his views.

Journey to the end of the Earth —Jackson, Dave, 1944-
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2000
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