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45 character based stories from history!
Learn to apply Scripture to your everyday life.
True stories from the War of Independence
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Throughout America's history, young people have been entertained and challenged by the stories of heroes from the past. Kids love the stories of great men and women from history and they want to be like them. Now Profiles of Valor brings to life 40 fascinating characters from America's War of Independence.
Your children will love these exciting true stories. And they'll be inspired to strive for the character qualities they illustrate. They'll see greatness exemplied by:
Nancy Strong, the patriot spy who ferreted out information about British military strategy and signaled it to Washington's spies-by hanging various colored petticoats on her clothesline!
General George Washington, whose desperate prayer in the snow of Valley Forge brought supernatural deliverance to his starving soldiers-through a miraculous swarm of fish in a nearby river.
Reverand James Caldwell, "The Fighting Chaplain", who sent bullets and Scripture flying toward charging British soldiers when he threw copies of Watt's Hymnal to his men for rifle wadding, shouting "Give em Watts, boys! Give em Watts!"
This book was an amazing read about so many people who helped shaped our nation! I loved sharing Profiles of Valor with my children and seeing them excited over learning about history. Each chapter combines a character trait with a scripture then a story of real, live people to back it up followed by questions at the end. It is a great read for families of all ages! My kids loved learning stories they hadn't heard before as well as seeing how God had done so many great things through people just like them.
It was encouraging and refreshing to share with them how people were willing to do what's right no matter what for the sake of freedom. We need more books like this today to teach our children the importance of where we came from and Who it is that brought us here! I highly recommend you adding this book to your own collection, whether you use it for schooling or just to read on its' own.