Evangelism and Expulsion
Traces the early unsuccessful missionary attempts to reach the Cherokees with the gospel and the later, more successful, efforts of the various major denominations to evangelize the Cherokee Indians.
Confederate Cabinet Departments and Secretaries
This book provides a detailed overview of each of the Confederacy's six executive departments, along with biographical sketches of each man who held a position in Jefferson Davis's cabinet, from Secretary of State to Postmaster General.
Look Unto the Hills: Stories of Growing Up in Rural East Tennessee
Farm stories of growing up in rural East Tennessee categorized under play, school, work, people, animals, and values, demonstrate the benefits of growing up in a rural setting, where work was the norm, education was a privilege, and faith was a necessity. The stories emphasize family as the central focus of life and community. And they underscore the importance of a sense of humor to life.
Combat! Lessons on Spiritual Warfare from Military History
This book surveys the military history of Israel from Abram’s operation to the rescue of Lot through the fall of Jerusalem and examines our spiritual warfare in the light of military history and modern military organization.
Teacher: Teaching and Being Taught: Essays in Christian Education
Teaching is a noble calling. It is a calling in which those who answer it not only teach but also continue to learn. The author is a veteran teacher, editor of educational materials, writer of articles on Christian education, and textbook author. In this book, he shares some of the lessons he's learned over the years. Those lessons are applicable to various grade levels and subjects.