The Betrayer's FortuneBook - 1994
Thrilling adventure stories introducing young readers (aged 8-2) to Christian heroes of the past.Adriaen Wens was frightened--for his own life and for his mother's. In 543, many Christians in northeastern Europe were suffering cruel persecution, even execution, for following the beliefs of Menno Simons, the leader of a group called the Anabaptists. When Adriaen's mother was arrested, he had to flee during the night with Menno, knowing that to stay in the city would mean his own arrest.Soon after, Adriaen discovered there was a reward of a hundred gold pieces for the capture of Menno Simons. With so much gold, Adriaen could free his mother and rescue his family from the city! But could he turn in the underground church leader, even if it meant the man's execution?If Adriaen betrays the leader, his family will go free!
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, 1994.
Characteristics: 144 pages