It’s back to school time across the country, when millions of children return to the classroom.
As a teacher herself, Isabella Alden understood the tremendous influence a teacher had over the minds and hearts of young students.
In 1893 she wrote a short story about a young teacher, her sacrifice, and the rewards she reaped, simply because she did “what she could” for her students.
Now you can read the story for free! Just click on the book cover below to begin reading.
There is no place on the road so dark but that the Bible can light you through, if you try it. When you don’t understand it, there is always Jesus to go to, you know.
—from Tip Lewis and His Lamp
We are almost tired of all sorts of books, but there is one Book which never wears out. What if you and I should begin to study the Bible?
—Ruth Erskine’s Crosses