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Christian Classics

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Monday - Friday: 4:45 AM, 12:15 PM, 10:00 PM


Christian Classics is a program unique to BBN and a favorite of our listeners. Those that tune in are able to hear fiction and non-fiction Christian stories read to them by Lynn Brooks. Lynn is a natural communicator who infuses various voices and accents to bring each story alive with realism and emotion. You won't want to miss a single chapter!

Availability notice - Due to copyright laws, BBN cannot distribute copies of Christian Classics. We're sorry.  On the bright side, many books may still be obtained through the publisher.  Please see the schedule and list of publishers below for further information.
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JULY 17 - AUGUST 15

BY SEARCHING

Isobel Kuhn was a Canadian missionary who worked in southern Yunnan province among the Lisu people before and during the second world war. This is the story of her conversion to Christ as a young woman, and the trials and tests through which she learned to trust in God. It ends as she heads out to China in 1928.

By Searching is published by Moody Press.
JUNE 24 - JULY 16

BORN OUT OF CONFLICT

Out of the Korean conflict comes this captivating story of a grateful orphan. This is the autobiography of Ben Song as told to Cliff Christians. Published by Zondervan Books.

APRIL 29 - JUNE 23

THE LEAST OF THESE MY BROTHERS

Harold Bell Wright wrote for his church members a fictional story, Practical Christianity, which he later retitled "That Printer of Udell's". This book of 29 chapters, published in 1903, was the first Wright novel to attack the hypocrisy of the church.

"That Printer of Udell's" was re-published by Bethany House with the title, "The Least of These My Brothers." It's edited by Michael R. Phillips.

APRIL 9 - APRIL 28

BROTHER ANDREW

Join us for the challenging testimony of a man who refused to believe that any country is closed to the gospel. Brother Andrew is the thrilling story of a man whose simple obedience continues to help change the world.
Brother Andrew is written by Dan Wooding and published by Bethany House Publishers. Used by permission.

MARCH 3 - APRIL 4

SUSANNA

Susanna is a biographical novel of the mother of John and Charles Wesley. It depicts the time in which she lived, introduces the family she bore and presents the part she and her husband Samuel played, inadvertently, in the revival that rocked the world for Christ. This story is written by Glen Williamson and was published by Tyndale House Publishers. The rights to this book have reverted back to the author.
FEBRUARY 6 - FEBRUARY 28

MARY SLESSOR

Mary Slessor (1848-1915) was a Scottish missionary who served the Lord Jesus Christ in Africa where she was commonly called "Mother of All the Peoples" or simply "Ma" Slessor.

Mary Slessor: Heroine of Calabar is written by Basil Miller and published by Bethany House publishers.
JANUARY 1 - FEBRUARY 5, 2014

GONE THE GOLDEN DREAM

From the terrors of Russia to the ghettos of New York, this is the true story of 3 generations of a Jewish family in search of a dream. The plot revolves around their search for the Messiah, Jesus, to fulfill their spiritual emptiness. This book was written by Jan Markell and published by Bethany House Publishers. Used by permission.
DECEMBER 3 - DECEMBER 31

FIRST WE HAVE COFFEE

This story is a touching account of a young girl's emigration from a broken home in Norway to America. This book relates the life of Elvine Johannessen Tweten, as told by her daughter, Margaret Jensen. Elvine's faith enabled her to stand the test of many trials as a mother and a pastor's wife. Adjusting to life in a foreign country, marriage and motherhood at an early age, the hard times of the Depression serve as a context for her life.
OCTOBER 18 - DECEMBER 2

THREE SHALL BE ONE

Tony and Pat are newlyweds, young and in love. When his mother tries to take over their lives, the tension builds. They believe that their love will take them through anything, but they soon find out it isn't enough. The breaking point is soon reached, and the unexpected happens. God takes them through the unthinkable, and they both come to learn that the only way they will ever truly be one is to have Christ as the center of their marriage.

Three Shall Be One is written by Francena H. Arnold and published by Moody Press. Used by permission.
OCTOBER 4 - OCTOBER 17

CHARLES SPURGEON

This is the remarkable story of "The Boy Preacher of the Fens" who became one of the truly great preachers of the nineteenth century.

Coming from a family of noted preachers, Charles Spurgeon built the Metropolitan Tabernacle into a congregation of over 6000 and added over 14,000 members during his 38-year London ministry.

The story of Charles Spurgeon was written by Kathy Triggs and published by Bethany House publishers, copyright 1986.
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