, a series of biographies from Thomas Nelson Publishers, highlights important lives from all ages and areas of the church. Some are familiar faces. Others are unexpected guests, but all, through their relationships, struggles, prayers and desires uniquely illuminate our shared experience.
Master statesman and orator, Winston Churchill was in no small way responsible for the WWII Allied victory over the Axis powers. At many times he stood alone leading the fight against Hitler, absolute in his belief that Britain must "with all the strength God can give us...wage war against a monstrous tyranny." From where did he derive his strength and comfort? In this Christian Encounters
biography, discover how Churchhill's Anglican faith sustained him during some of the darkest hours in human history.
Features and Benefits:
- Stirring account of how Winston Churchill's faith molded his public career and buoyed him in times of intense peril.
- This Christian Encounters Series of biographies features important christians from all ages and areas of the church.
- These friendly-sized books are accessible for a broad age-range of readers, from teenagers just learning about the subjects of the books to mature readers who are curious about the unique faith-based angle each book contains.
- Appeals to readers in both markets, CRS and ABA.