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Treasures of the Nile

Pharaoh’s daughter dares to defy the gods, drawing a Hebrew baby from the Nile and making the boy a prince of Egypt. Meet the prince, Moses, after he’s exiled to Midian and returns to Egypt as an eighty-year-old man—and experience Israel’s Exodus through his sister Miriam’s eyes.

The Pharaoh's Daughter

Terrified of deaths she’s witnessed during childbirth, Anippe, the sister of King Tut,
secretly refuses to become pregnant with her kind warrior husband Sebak. When she
finds a Hebrew baby in a basket in the Nile, her problem seems answered, but who can she trust?


When Miriam's brother Moses returns from exile, he declares God’s new name – Yahweh –
and a radical plan of deliverance for His people Israel. Will Miriam cling to familiar
bondage or will she grow to embrace the promise of uncharted freedom?

Prophets & Kings

Hephzibah is taken captive then marries her lifelong love, King Hezekiah. But when the
fulfillment of the prophecy of her father, Isaiah, puts her son, King Manasseh, on Judah’s
throne, the repercussions of Manasseh’s evil deeds echo for generations, leading to
Daniel and his friends’ exile to Babylon.

Isaiah's Daughter

As the prophet Isaiah’s adopted daughter, Zibah rises from her traumatic beginnings as a captive to life as Judah’s queen, but will she trust God to free her from the fears of her past?

Isaiah's Legacy

Discover the God who breaks every chain in the spell-binding epic of Judah’s most ruthless king, the woman he loved, and the power of God to capture and redeem their prodigal hearts.

Of Fire and Lions

A young Hebrew girl and the son of Judean royalty are forced into Babylonian exile, where they bear witness to the limitless power of a sovereign God.

Egyptian Chronicles

Joseph, sold by his brothers and betrayed by Potiphar’s wife, is redeemed by interpreting a young pharaoh’s dreams. Promoted to Egypt’s second-highest office, Joseph must shepherd the whole nation through fourteen years of feast and famine—while navigatinga marriage to Asenath, the pagan priestess Pharaoh gives him.

Potiphar's Wife

Abandoned. Rejected. Humiliated. Zuleika longs to be free—and is willing to betray Joseph, her
husband’s good and godly servant, to do it.

In Feast or Famine

Asenath was meant to marry a pharaoh, but instead becomes the bride of Egypt’s new
Hebrew vizier. Can Joseph’s God heal her heart?

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