Behind every skyline there are neighborhoods, relationships, people, and stories …
They say there's nothing free, but these stories come close. All we ask is that if you like them, you tell your friends to check out our web site.
Please remember, however, that each story is copyrighted and may not be reproduced (other than printing a single copy for personal use) or transmitted in any form without our explicit, written permission.
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The Sacrifice. This nature adventure by Neta (Thiessen) Jackson won first-place in Literary Cavalcade, May 1962, and was republished in Discovery (SBS, 1967), an anthology of Scholastic Magazine's best short stories. © 1962, 2000 Neta Jackson.
Perdonado. Inspired by Dave's ministry to kids in jail, this hard-hitting story from the streets shows what real forgiveness can do. It is based on a true incident. It is published in The Storytellers' Collection (Multnomah Publishers, 2000). © 2000 Dave Jackson. It also is the basis for his novel, Forty to Life.
Saturday Night in the Korca Gym. Basketball, refugees, and the Gospel—a young American in Albania during the Kosovo crisis learns how to share God's love. It is published in The Storytellers' Collection (Multnomah Publishers, 2000). © 2000 Neta Jackson.
When You Wish Upon a Star. Memories from magical places like Disneyland when you were ten linger and tease. It is published in The Storytellers' Collection 2 (Multnomah Publishers, 2001). © 2001 Dave Jackson.
Fences. Racial barriers take on new heights after an attack by a German shephard dog. How can they ever be broken down? It is published in The Storytellers' Collection 2 (Multnomah Publishers, 2001). © 2001 Neta Jackson.
The Cooper's Confession. This inspiring dramatization of records found in Martyrs Mirror about the martyrdom of Hans Blietel in Ried, Bravaria, Germany, in 1545, appears in our book, On Fire for Christ. © 1989 Herald Press, 2000 Dave Jackson.
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