Daughters of the Faith - Set of 4 MP3

Daughters of the Faith - Set of 4 MP3
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    Author: Wendy Lawton
    Format: MP3
    Publisher: Oasis Audio
    Series: Daughters of the Faith
    Ages: 8 and Up
    Size: 5½ X 4¾
    Running Time (Minutes): Approx. 3 hours per MP3
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    Titles include:

    The Captive Princess

    Pocahontas is a curious girl, exploring every inlet and pool along the Tidewater lands of her people. After encountering the landing of the colorless strangers, she becomes friends with the one named John Smith. She is even willing to risk her life to save his.

    Over the next few years, Smith and his men befriend her people, but when an accident forces him to leave for England, the friendships unravel quickly. Fifteen-year-old Pocahontas is captured and an impossible ransom is demanded.

    Remembering how she once offered herself in the place of John Smith, she begins to recognize her own need to be set free by the sacrifice of Christ.


    Shadow of His Hand

    Anita Dittman dreams of becoming a ballerina. It's not long until the reality of being a Jewish girl in Nazi-ruled Germany dashes those dreams. When her Aryan father abandons his Jewish family, Anita's life becomes the stuff of nightmares. "Don't draw attention to yourself," her mother often whispers. "If they don't notice you, they'll leave you alone." But no one hides from Hitler's fury.

    As the persecution intensifies, Anita and her family must leave everything and everyone they loveā€”even each other. Will no one hide them from this Holocaust? In the midst of unimaginable suffering, Anita discovers that even when the whole world dissolves into chaos, her heavenly Father continues to hide her in the shadow of His hand.

    The Tinker's Daughter

    John Bunyan, the author of Pilgrim's Progress, mentions only one of his six children in his memoirs: Mary. Born blind in 17-century England, she held a special place in her father's heart. When Mr. Bunyan is arrested for unlawful preaching, young Mary travels the streets of Bedford each day, bringing soup to the prison. She resolves to prove she is independent and not hindered by her blindness. Only when she realizes she needs help does she turn to the Lord, the source of all strength.

    Almost Home

    A story based on the life of the Mayflower's Mary Chilton.

    Mary Chilton was one of the 102 passengers who stepped on board the Mayflower in the fall of 1620 for their long-awaited journey to the New World. This odd collection of “saints” and “Strangers” sailed bravely together into the unknown.