My Thoughts on “The Auschwitz Escape”

The Auschwitz Escape brings us back to the time of the Nazi war. The main character is a pastor by the name of Jean-Luc Leclerc who finds himself helping the Jews find their freedom from the Nazi invasion. His involvement in assisting Jews ultimately results in his imprisonment. During this capture, he meets a young man by the name of Jacob Weisz, and together they dare to plot a risky escape from Auschwitz, in order to share the truth about the Fascism movement spreading through Germany.

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Review: My God and My All

My God and My All, The Life of Saint Francis of Assisi, shares the drastic decision Francis of Assisi made when he declared he would dedicate his life to Christ and forsake a life of leisure and family fortune. It takes you on the road Saint Francis traveled as he discovered his purpose in Christ and as he realized what living in His image meant.

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Review: The Prince Who Was Just Himself

The Prince Who Was Just Himself tells a delightful story of a child born with Down Syndrome. He is the third son of the King and Queen, who have noticed something different about him, but what they discover is the love and acceptance their son shares with those around him. When the knight Scarface threatens the land, it is through Prince Noah’s act of kindness that saves the kingdom from attack.

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