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3317 Twp Rd 624
County of Barrhead, Alberta
T0G 1R1 Canada

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Pella, Iowa
50219 U.S.A.

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Deborah Alcock
Alcock, Deborah

Deborah Alcock (1835-1913) was born and raised in Ireland during the years of the potato famine, as the daughter of John Alcock, a clergyman of the Reformed Church of England and Ireland. Like her father she was deeply interested in mission work among Roman Catholics. Her books contain very accurate details of church history in story form and belong to the best historical fiction ever written. Several have been translated into Dutch, French, and German. Inheritance Publications is planning to republish most of her books during the first decade of the third millennium.

Bowen, Marjorie


Comrie, Margaret S.

De Vries, Anne


De Zeeuw, P.


Meroff, Deborah

Deborah Meroff, originally from Maine in the USA, is a journalist for the international Christian mission, Operation Mobilization.

Penning, Lawrence


Prins, Piet

Piet Prins is the pen name for Pieter Jongeling (1909-1985). Mr. Jongeling was born in the northern part of The Netherlands and studied to become a teacher. He indeed did teach for some years, but soon became the international correspondent of a Dutch newspaper. In 1942 he was arrested by the Germans and sent to a concentration camp. After the allied victory in 1945 he returned to The Netherlands and became one of the most important journalists and politicians in The Netherlands. For many years he was the editor of a Reformed Christian daily newspaper, in which he wrote most of his children's books as serials under the name Piet Prins. The first thing many people read when the newspaper arrived was these serials. In 1963 Mr. Jongeling became member of the Dutch parliament for the Reformed Political Alliance. One commentator mused: "What makes Jongeling such a remarkable parliamentarian? That's simple. The man works like a horse! He is always fully informed. When Jongeling speaks, the house listens."

Both as a journalist and a statesman, Pieter Jongeling knew himself bound by the inspired Word of God and as such his labour has born much fruit.

Rang, William R.


Tucker, Charlotte Marie


Van Bruggen, J.


Van de Hulst, W.G.


Van der Waal, Dr. C.

Dr. C. Van der Waal (1919-1980) is the author of numerous works in the areas of ecumenism, exegesis, and church history, among them The Covenantal Gospel (about the unity of Old and New Testament), Hal Lindsey and Biblical Prophecy, (about the Scriptural interpretation of Biblical Prophecy, especially of the Book of Revelation), and Search the Scriptures (a ten volume guide for Bible reading).

Thea B. Van Halsema
Van Halsema, Thea B.

Mrs. Van Halsema served for many years as professor of social work and dean of students at Kuyper College, formerly Reformed Bible College, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.A. She has retired from her ministry of speaking, teaching, counseling, and serving with her husband who led orientation programs in Mexico and the Middle East. She is the author also of I Will Build My Church, With All My Heart, Three Men Came to Heidelberg, Glorious Heretic: the Story of Guido de Bres, and Safari for Seven.

Van Reest, Rudolf


Van Rijswijk, Cor


Van Rongen, G.




Thank you for your prompt service. My 13yr old and 10yr old sons enjoyed the first 3 books immensely (Scout). I just read "Secret of the Swamp" for the 3rd time to my 10yr old. He can't get enough of Scout. Thanks again, L.C.