The Trailblazers series are inspiring books on historical missionaries, preachers, teachers, and others. Written by different authors, these books are filled with faith promoting stories and powerful moral messages. Please note that some of the books cover heavy topics such as cannibalism and murder, although treated in a non-graphic way. Each of the books also ends with a “Thinking Further” section, and some contain more specific doctrine. Parents may want to preview the Thinking Further sections to see if the doctrine taught aligns with their beliefs.
Books in the series that we have reviewed and recommend: John G Paton: South Sea Island Rescue, No Mountain Too High, Eric Liddell Finish the Race (Note: This book teaches that Sunday is the Sabbath Day), Betty Greene: Courage Has Wings, Jim Elliot: He is No Fool, Corrie ten Boom: The Watchmaker’s Daughter, Patricia St. John: The Story Behind the Stories, Michael Faraday: Spiritual Dynamo
Books in the series that are not our favorite: Elisabeth Elliot: Do the Next Thing, Paul Brand: The Shoes that Love Made, Fanny Crosby: The Blind Girl’s Song
Books in this series that did not make the list: Adoniram Judson: Danger on the Streets of Gold
(Reviewed by an Official Good and Beautiful Reviewer)
|Oceania, Fiji, Tanna, South Sea Island
|19th Century, 1800s, mid 1800s, late 1800s
|The Good and the Beautiful Library