Introduce Your Family to William Tyndale!

by | Apr 28, 2022 | Audiobooks, Family Activities | 0 comments


It’s the year 1535. Sarah Pointz is the daughter of an English merchant who operates a shipping business from Belgium.

Sarah’s father is interested in the ideas of William Tyndale, who believes the Bible should be read by the common people. Tyndale has fled England as an outlaw because he has refused to stop his work of translating the Scriptures. But when he is captured and imprisoned, Sarah becomes the only hope for saving his life! If she can smuggle a copy of Tyndale’s New Testament into the hands of the king’s wife, Anne Boleyn, perhaps she can persuade him to spare Tyndale’s life! But… if her mission fails, she and her family are in peril of their very lives.

The Queen’s Smuggler is part of the Trailblazer Books series, written by Dave and Neta Jackson in order to introduce young readers to great Christian heroes. Now your children can enjoy the story being read aloud to them by Jim Hodges! He has an amazing gift of storytelling that will draw you in at once and make you feel as if you are right there – experiencing the events and standing beside the characters of the book. His narrations will quickly become favorites – for yourself and your whole family!

Click the button below to learn more about this audiobook at Jim Hodges’ website.

Christian Family Reformation is dedicated to encouraging and supporting the reformation and revival of the Deuteronomy 6:6-7 lifestyle in the modern Christian family. As a part of fulfilling that goal, I endeavor to share and recommend resources that will help you value the Words of God and also “teach them diligently unto thy children.” Please know that I only recommend and promote material that is Christ-honoring and family-edifying.

I hope that you’ll take a moment to check out The Queen’s Smuggler! I’m certain that your family will be intrigued with this remarkable narrative.

May God bless you and your family, this day and always!

All for our King’s glory,

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