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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. You will hear fiction and non-fiction Christian stories read 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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AUGUST 8 - AUGUST 21

NEVER SAY DIE

This is a short, straightforward biography of Gladys Aylward, the London parlour-maid who persisted in her God-directed mission work to China. Her motto was "Never Say Die".

Never Say Die was written by Cyril Davey and distributed by Christian Literature Crusade. Used by permission of Lutterworth Press.
JULY 11 - AUGUST 7

D.L. MOODY: THE GREATEST EVANGELIST OF THE 19TH CENTURY

In a 40-year period, Dwight Lyman Moody (1837-1899) won a million souls, founded three Christian schools, launched a great Christian publishing business, established a world-renowned Christian conference center, and inspired thousands of preachers. His tour of the world with Ira D. Sankey was considered the greatest evangelistic enterprise of the century.

Written by Faith Coxe Bailey and published by Moody Press (1937).
JUNE 15 - JULY 10

GEORGE MUELLER

George Mueller's life is a testimony to how God can answer prayer. Mueller was a man burdened to care for orphans in Bristol, England. Through prayer, he asked God to make provision for his efforts and God answered by supplying what today would amount to several million dollars. Over the course of his life, he started over 100 schools and provided care for thousands of orphans. George Mueller also preached the gospel around the world.

The story is written by Faith Coxe Bailey and published by Moody Press (1958).
MAY 12 - JUNE 14

MY SON, MY SON

Bernard Alvin Palmer (1914–1998) was the originator and author of over 165 books for Christian youth, as well as several books for adults. He created series such as the Danny Orlis series and the Pioneer Girls series which he co-authored with his wife Marjorie Palmer. This is a true story of a father's efforts to help his son, whose life had given way to alcoholism, gambling, and marital infidelity, come back to Christ.

The copyright date(s) is 1970, 1987. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved.
APRIL 5 - MAY 11

JONI

The award-winning story of a young woman who triumphed over devastating odds to touch countless lives the world over with the healing message of Christ. In a split second on a hot July afternoon 50 years ago, a diving accident transformed the life of Joni forever.

Her story was originally published in 1976 by Zondervan books.

Joni Eareckson Tada is the founder of Joni and Friends, an organization accelerating Christian outreach in the disability community that numbers 610 million people worldwide. This organization operates out of the new Joni and Friends International Disability Center located in Agoura Hills, California.
FEBRUARY 22 - MARCH 31

DEFENDER OF THE FAITH

This is a powerful biographical and devotional novel of Queen Victoria. It dramatizes her spiritual life in scenes from her life in which her faith was tested. We will learn about how the life of this Christian Queen set the tone for a nation.

It's written by Charles Ludwig and published by Bethany House Publishers.
JANUARY 2 - FEBRUARY 21

IN HIS STEPS

Charles M. Sheldon's beloved and inspirational novel explains what could happen if we asked ourselves, "What would Jesus do?" First published in 1896, the book has sold more than 30 million copies. Mr. Sheldon (1857-1946) was an American Congregational minister and social reformer.

The book was published by the Baker Book House

DECEMBER 22 - DECEMBER 30

MILLION DOLLAR LIVING ROOM

This is the amazing story of Christians reaching to the ends of the earth from a living room in Minnesota. The story is written by Evangeline Krause and published by Tyndale House Publishers (1984).
NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 21

MEL TROTTER

Mel Trotter's father was a drunkard who owned a saloon. His son followed in his footsteps, becoming an alcoholic before he was 20. His mother was a godly woman but Mel followed his father's example. On his way to Lake Michigan, intending to drown himself, Mel Trotter passed by the Pacific Garden Mission in Chicago. That night following a testimony, Mel was gloriously saved.

The story was written by Fred C. Zarfus and published by Zondervan Publishing House.
NOVEMBER 11 - NOVEMBER 29

TO CHINA WITH LOVE

The inspiring story of one man's love for God and his unflinching commitment to present the Gospel of Christ to the Chinese. This book recounts the thrilling story of Hudson Taylor and the eventual formation of the China Inland Mission.

Hudson Taylor left England on September 19, 1853, and did not reach China until spring of the following year. The long and arduous voyage, persecution, poverty, and the difficulties of culture and language did not deter Taylor from the divine task of his calling. Few men have been such an instrument in God's hands for proclaiming the gospel to a vast population and bringing so many Christian churches into being.
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