A Faithful Boy’s Influence
The Charlie Clement Story
Charlie Clement was a visitor at the home of relatives for a year, and his visit brought about great changes in the minds and attitudes of both the townspeople and even the local pastor. Charlie’s admirable character was an encouragement to everyone he met and many learned to imitate his walk with the Lord. This is a wonderful story for boys about how a young man initiated respect for God’s servant by his good example. It can shape your son’s thought and character on an important point.
Also, a second part of the book includes Herbert Dawson’s Ears For Little Gleaners, a collection of lessons from 19th-century Sunday school books on what true treasure is, how to find wisdom, keep away from sin, and several more. For ages 6-12.
Note: A Faithful Boy’s Influence was formerly entitled All Can Help. This new title represents the meaning of the story far better.
A Faithful Boy’s Influence is one of the volumes in The Children’s Heritage Series – Boy’s Collection, which also has eight (8) other books.
Also in the Boy’s Heritage Series
- Gerrit and His Dog
- Grace to the Humble
- The Young Christian
- Kanousky & David Brainerd
- The Two Wealthy Farmers
- The Negro Servant and the Black Prince
- Rescue at the Eleventh Hour
- The Widow’s Son
The stories of the Boy’s Heritage Series are complemented by the companion set, The Girl’s Heritage Series. Please also see our favorite 19th century set of all, The Children’s Character Building Collection (11 volumes), suitable to either boys or girls.