This audiobook contains powerful Christian influences, love, family, and other related themes meant to make you smile! Christian Lumberjack In The Old West, is a wonderful and emotional story about one man's journey in life and in the old west, as he heads to Oregon to become a lumberjack. His story is told through a contemporary woman, a librarian in New York City, who discovers most of the man's journal in the dusty reaches of the library basement.
Heading Towards A New Life Along The Oregon Trail, about a young woman with a baby and a somewhat checkered past who joins a wagon train and the only single women's wagon on it. There, she becomes friends with a female doctor and another woman as they struggle through the many trials of such a journey. Along the way a strong bond is formed between the women, two of the men on the train, and God.
Jewish identity. Perhaps, no other socio-psychological phenomena has gone through so many shifts, tribulations, elation, and changes. Jewish identity and experiences have been a source of much intellectual interest and discussion for philosophers and literary geniuses in the history of humanity, such as Hillel, St. Paul, Ibn Ezra, Maimonides, Calvin, Mann, Levinas, Herzl, etc. In this fine tradition and in the class of such geniuses, H. C. Kim has produced a volume of literature that will certainly rank among the most elite in the genre.
"A Political and Religious Polemic"
One Bible's Journey Along The Oregon Trail: Aaron & Elizabeth's Story, is about two young people traveling West in the same wagon train, but with disparate beliefs about God. It's basically the entire wagon train against Aaron and his family and his abrasive father. Through his songs around the campfire young Aaron wins over Elizabeth and they end up talking long hours as families settle in for the night.