The Carpenter of Zerbst
by P de Zeeuw
A story from the time of the Great Reformation.
Young Otto is sad when his father forbids him to walk in the procession honouring Tetzel, the indulgence peddlar. Later on, grief strikes the whole family because of their wholehearted support for Martin Luther and the cause of the Reformation.
Clinging to the convictions that God does all things well, the family passes through a period of sadness and tension. In the end there is joy when God works conversion in the heart of an enemy of the church of Jesus Christ.
The story is told by P de Zeeuw, a one time popular author of books for the younger generation.
'The Carpenter of Zerbst' presents a stirring account of the struggle which the choice for Jesus Christ brings into everyday life.
80 pages, softcover
The Farrier of Buda
by P de Zeeuw
A story from the time of the Great Reformation
Kapotsky Andreas is the court farrier to the king of Hungary. The king has declared that the followers if Martin Luther (the heretics) are outlaws. Andreas hates heretics, and he does his best to get them arrested.
He helps to have one of the most famous Reformers thrown into prison, but soon after the arrest the Lord lets their paths cross again, with remarkable consequences.
Based on a true story, P de Zeeuw's account of the Reformation in Hungary brings to life the struggle of the church and also the blessings that Christ gives her in reformation.
100 pages, paperback
The Tower Clock Stopped
by J de Haan
The Dutch fought for eighty years (1568 to 1648) for their freedom from Spanish Roman Catholic occupation. This gripping story is about boys who are involved in thwarting the surprise enemy attack on a small city in southern Netherlands. The book is suitable for the young (and young at heart) - 8 years and older.
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