Trailblazers: Featuring Harriet Tubman and Other Christian Heroes (Omnibus #1)
Publisher: Bethany House
Five Complete Novels! The first Trailblazers collection introduces readers to renowned Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman, Salvation Army founders William and Catherine Booth, Liberian prince Samuel Morris, Native American chief Spokane Garry, and Ugandan bishop Festo Kivengere.
Faith and History Come to Life
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 amazing stories of hope and adventure, described through the eyes of young fictional characters, are timeless lessons for young and old.
Listen for the Whippoorwill
Rosebud Jackson's days of cooking and cleaning on a Maryland plantation come to an end when Harriet Tubman, whom the slaves call "Moses," leads her and countless other slaves on a dangerous journey on the Underground Railroad.
Kidnapped by River Rats
Jack and Amy, homeless and hungry in London, find shelter and friendship with William and Catherine Booth and the Salvation Army.
Quest for the Lost Prince
Prince Kaboo's imprisonment and torture ends with a miraculous escape--including a blinding light and a voice from heaven--and leads Kaboo, later called Samuel Morris, to point many to a life with Christ.
Exiled to the Red River
As a young boy, Spokane Garry is sent to travel with strange white men to an unknown place, but when he discovers the Leaves of Life, he can't wait to return to his homeland to share the Good News with the Indian nations.
Assassins in the Cathedral
Yacobo is thrilled to write a play about Uganda's first Christian martyrs for the cathedral's Centennial, but terror strikes when Archbishop Luwum is killed by assassins, and Festo Kivengere, the famous Ugandan evangelist, is forced to flee the country.