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The Way of the Cross
by J. Gregory Mantle.

The Way of the Cross (also known as Beyond Humiliation) is J. Gregory Mantle's classic work on the experimental working of the Cross in the believer's life. This first Kingsley Press edition is complete and unabridged—based on the First Edition of 1896.


Asking Father
by E. F. & L. Harvey & Trudy Harvey Tait
A series of short, factual stories which inspire children to approach their Heavenly Father with confidence, knowing that He will honor their prayers. Parents enjoy reading this book as much as their children. It is also an excellent source of material for Sunday Schools. 120 pages

Eric or Little by Little
by F. W. Farrar
An extremely poignant story of a popular schoolboy’s descent into evil at an English boarding school. His eventual repentance, while sincere, comes too late to save him from reaping the consequence of his actions. Many families have been melted into tears as they read this convicting and convincing book together. The author shows graphically how the descent into sin is most often akin to a slow leak rather than to a blowout. This book has been the means of turning many prodigals homeward, and of preventing young lives from succumbing to the evil around them. 240 pages

Father Calling
by E. F. & L. Harvey & Trudy Harvey Tait
This companion to Asking Father shows how God can speak to children, calling them to Himself. It tells of how such famous Christians as C H. Spurgeon, Adam Clarke, Samuel Chadwick, Ida Scudder, and others heard His voice when still very young and were thus prepared for their unique place in His divine plan. 112 pages

Jessica’s First Prayer
by Hesba Stretton
To Jessica, a poor outcast girl on the streets of London who has to beg or steal to keep herself alive, Mr. Daniel’s coffee stall becomes, for a few moments each week, a little paradise. The unlikely pair are influenced by each other in striking ways: Jessica comes to know the God Who answers prayer, and Mr. Daniel is brought to repentance for his life of meanness and covetousness. 70 pages

The King’s Diamond
by Lillian Harvey
This book is a “must” for all young people. Read how a Christian girl, facing the many subtle pressures and fierce temptations of this age, meets the tests put to her by a rich and skeptical young diamond merchant from South Africa. Exulting in his great “find,” this worldly young man discovers, to his chagrin, that Someone has outbid him! Read, and be encouraged that it is possible, even today, to prove that Christ can take our worthless ore and produce from it a gem of priceless worth. 155 pages

Soul Sculpture
Compiled by E. F. & L. Harvey
A must for parents and would-be parents, for it reminds them of the tremendous potentiality of a soul entrusted to their care, and the responsibility of helping to shape it for eternity. This book is packed with challenging quotations in poetry and prose, and recommended by pastors and Christian workers as material for lectures and programs. 134 pages