Faithful Fiction That Reveals the Kingdom of God
Storehouse Press® is a publishing house dedicated to advancing the Kingdom of God, and proclaiming the faith for all of life, through readable fiction and non-fiction books.
Launched in 2009 with two novels, Bell Mountain and Hidden in Plain Sight, Storehouse Press® has gone on to publish several fiction and non-fiction books while presenting sound Christian teaching in each volume.
The name “storehouse” is taken from Malachi 3:10 which reads, “Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house,” and the simple message behind our mission is that God’s work of Christian education must be financed by God’s people.
Christian fiction is a powerful medium for communicating the Gospel of the Kingdom, and non-fiction should be faithful and practical in its use for Christian edification and equipping. Storehouse Press® strives to do both.
The current catalog of Storehouse Press® includes:
Blumenfeld's Alpha-Phonics was created to provide parents, teachers and tutors with a sensible, logical, easy-to-use system for teaching reading. It is an intensive phonics instruction program based on the author's many years of research and experience in the reading instruction field. It answers the need for a practical instruction program that anyone who wants to teach reading can learn to use with no special training required.
The Workbook teaches our alphabetic system - with its 26 letters and 44 sounds - in the following sequence: First, the alphabet, then the short vowels and consonants, the consonant digraphs, followed by the consonant blends, and finally the long vowels in their variety of spellings and our other vowels.
The Alpha-Phonics Readers accompany the text of Sam Blumenfeld’s Alpha-Phonics, providing opportunities for students to read at a level that matches their progress through the text. These eleven readers move from simple sentences to paragraphs to stories, ending with poetry. By the time a student completes this simple program, the phonetic reflex is well-established. This program has also been successfully used with functionally illiterate adults.
In How to Tutor: A Step-by-Step Guide to Teaching the 3 R's, renowned author and educator Samuel Blumenfeld demystifies primary education. You'll learn that you can teach subjects you already know without requiring specialized academic training or degrees, and that countless generations have proven that basic academics can be taught by any literate person.
Finally... Faithful Fiction that Reveals the Kingdom of God!
Introducing Bell Mountain, by Lee Duigon, the first novel from Chalcedon’s new label, Storehouse Press!
The world is going to end … as soon as Jack and Ellayne ring the bell on top of Bell Mountain. No one has ever climbed the mountain, and no one has ever seen the bell. But the children have a divine calling to carry out the mission, and it sweeps them into high adventure.
For the world is already changing, and fast: legends come to life, strange beasts emerge from the forest, bandits and slave traders hunt the helpless, and war rumbles on the borderlands. The children must make their way through all these perils—not knowing that a professional killer has been sent to stop them.
A world's future lies buried in its distant past. Barbarian armies swarm across the mountains, driven by a terrifying vision of a merciless war god on earth. While a nation rallies its defenses, a boy and a girl must find the holy writings that have been concealed for 2,000 years; and the man who was sent to kill them must now protect them at all costs.
The tiny army of the Lord is on the march against the undefeated horde, in bold obedience to a divine command; but the boy king, Ryons, marches all alone across an empty land. The Lost Book of Scripture have been found, but they may be lost again before the human race can read them. And Jack and Ellayne have been captured by the Heathen.
There is a new Thunder King in the East, and new threats against the West. The City of Obann seethes with treason and plots against King Ryons - and an ignorant slave-boy must defend the rightful king's throne. And from the Lost Book of King Ozias emerges the first glimmer of God's promise of a Savior.
The new First Prester, Lord Orth, a man of peace, is called to lead a savage nation in a war for freedom and survival—and to deliver God’s word to Heathen peoples who have never known it.
At the top of Golden Pass, wealth beyond calculation lies waiting for whoever can take it. Will it be the king’s man, Baron Roshay Bault, or an unscrupulous lord with a renegade army behind him?
In Ryons' absence, his enemies work to abolish his kingdom and restore the defeated Oligarchy. They now control a vast treasure in gold, to be used against the king, and no scruple hinders them. Can the boy king's few remaining loyalists stop them? Can they protect the kingdom until the king returns to claim it?
Nothing in the city of Obann is what it seems to be: evil masquerades as good, while good must hide behind a semblance of evil. The king’s chief spy must pose as the usurper’s trusted adviser—but will he be able to find the help he needs to mount a successful resistance?
A silver trumpet sounds from the walls of the city, with tidings of unexpected joy: the Thunder Kind is dead, his empire destroyed, and the boy king, Ryons, whom all believed was dead, is coming home victorious. But no one can find the trumpeter. Was it a man of flesh and blood, or a messenger from Heaven?
Across the river from the great city of Obann lies a greater city, but a dead one—the ruins of Old Obann, destroyed in the Day of Fire a thousand years ago: the seat of Obann’s Empire, now a place of death and desolation. But do its ruins contain the secrets of the Empire, and its power? Can the distant past be brought to life again? The usurper who has seized the city from King Ryons now seeks that power for himself. The past calls to him, and he hears its voice.
God’s judgment hangs over the city of Obann, still in the hands of usurpers. Can the city be called to repentance in time to save it from destruction? Lord Orth must return to the city to preach mercy and repentance, and Ellayne and Jack must get him there safely, past the tyrant’s men who’ve sworn to kill him.
A nation of cruel barbarians, having already wiped out one army sent to stop them, is headed for the city walls; while inside, Lord Chutt probes the mysteries of the ancient past, hungering for more power, more glory. The golden mask made some men kings. Can it make Lord Chutt a god?
And out on the sea, untraveled for a thousand years, an orphan boy sees ships...
Young physicist Jenna Wilkes has done the impossible—and the whole scientific world is shaking on its pillars.
Could it be that conventional science has misunderstood the very fabric of the universe? Could there be infinitely more to it than anyone has ever guessed? Could science’s whole concept of reality be ... unreal?
Jenna’s discovery drills into the heart of reality itself—and that’s why the Establishment is so determined to suppress it. How far will they go to hide the truth? Big-name scientists, the Pentagon, and shady politicians plot and scheme to silence her, one way or another. They did it once, seven years earlier. This time the stakes are incalculably higher.
Jenna has more than just a scientific revolution in her hands. If the Establishment can’t stop her, the whole world will be changed in ways not even Jenna can imagine.
Reading level: Ages 15 and up
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