More information on Our Hymn Writers & Their Hymns
Faith Cook
A number of books that detail the stories or circumstances behind the writing of some of our popular hymns have been published over the years. But this work traces the development of the English hymn from the early period of the Christian Church up until our present century by means of biographical ... (more)
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More information on Under the Scaffold - A Historical Novel
Faith Cook
Imagine you are growing up in an eighteenth-century village high up in the Yorkshire Moors. Times are very hard, and you have to work long hours to help your family to have even the basic essentials. Disease and death are all around you — even the death of young children. This is the life of Tom ... (more)
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More information on Caught in the Web: What Was It Like to Live in the Reign of...
Faith Cook
Hal had seen it coming. It was all a plot, a wicked plot. Lady Jane was being snared in a plot. Suddenly he found himself thinking of a spider’s web that he had seen up in the rafters when he had broken his leg. He remembered how the helpless fly was trapped in the fine silken threads. Was Lady Jane... (more)
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More information on Stars in God's Sky
Faith Cook
In her typically engaging and enthralling style, Faith Cook shows us how God graciously works in individuals' lives. Among others here we find the encouraging short stories of John Foxe, Fanny Guiness, John Gifford and 'Grimshaw's men', Paul Greenwood and Jonathan Maskew
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More information on Anne Bradstreet: Pilgrim and Poet
Faith Cook
Anne Bradstreet became America's first published poet in the mid 1600's. She struggled with ill-health, in addition to the challenges of raising a family in the harsh conditions of colonial New England. This biography will particularly interest young women looking to read from godly mentors.
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More information on Living the Christian Life
Faith Cook / Paul Cook
William Grimshaw of Haworth in Yorkshire, born 14 September 1708, was regarded by J C Ryle as one of the three greatest men of the eighteenth century Evangelical Revival; the other two being John Wesley and George Whitefield. And yet he is little known today.
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