Lighthouse Trails Publishing (an LLC) and Lighthouse Trails Research Project began in 2002 by David and Deborah Dombrowski. While the on-site staff at Lighthouse Trails is small, there are currently 35 authors and several editors, news writers, web and computer technicians who work with Lighthouse Trails throughout North America. We are not a non-profit 501 (c)3 government organization. However, we give away thousands of books, articles, and other materials, which makes us a very unique publishing company.
In the spring of 2012, Lighthouse Trails celebrated its 10th year anniversary. In recognition of that, we wrote three articles that describe our early years and some of the experiences we had during that time. You may wish to read them to better understand who we are:
“Bringing light to areas of darkness” and “A light shining in the darkness”
WHAT IS OUR MOTIVE?
That is really very simple: The Gospel of Jesus Christ. Because we believe that this Gospel – that Jesus died on the Cross to pay the penalty for man’s sins and that He arose on the 3rd day and has offered salvation freely to whosoever will come to Him – is the only means of eternal salvation for any person, our motive is to contend for that faith so that others may hear that Gospel and believe on it.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
We have written a lengthy docrinal statement. You can read that by clicking here. The statement does not list everything we believe. In a nut shell, we believe the Bible is the inerrant, God-inspired, true and holy Word of God.
Note: Lighthouse Trails is a Christian publishing company. While we hope you will read the books we have published, we provide extensive research, documentation and news on our Research site, blog and newsletter at no cost with the hope they are a blessing to the body of Christ and a witness to those who have not yet accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord.
HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR HISTORY:
March 2002 – We officially began Lighthouse Trails Publishing Company.
2004 – Began Lighthouse Trails Research Project, the From the Lighthouse blog, and this e-newsletter as extensions of Lighthouse Trails Publishing and a way to get free information out to those who were reading our books.
2005 – Published Trapped in Hitler’s Hell by Anita Dittman with Jan Markell, the first book in our Remembering the Holocaust category. Later we published a book by Corrie ten Boom and Diet Eman, giving Lighthouse Trails 3 Holocaust survivor authors.
2007 – Published Faith Undone, a powerful expose of the emerging church by Roger Oakland.
2010 – Relocated to Montana from Oregon; also began The Shepherd’s Garden, a “tent-making” effort to help support Lighthouse Trails – created our own Shepherd’s organic Bible verse tea.
2011 – Began working with Understand the Times mission work, the Bryce Homes for Widows and Children in Kenya – currently, Lighthouse Trails readers are helping to support 15 Bryce Homes (over 110 children).
2012 – Celebrated 10th year anniversary at Lighthouse Trails; also started the Widows in Kenya basket project as a way to help widows support themselves. Began outreach to Native Americans and First Nations people through Muddy Waters and other Native Spirituality books and DVDs.
2015 – Moved onto property in Montana having built a 2800sf office and warehouse for Lighthouse Trails. In October 2015, Lighthouse Trails released its 70th Booklet Tract.
LTRP Note: Because Lighthouse Trails is a research project, we post news stories from several different sources in addition to articles from our trusted authors and ministries. These out-of-house news stories are for informational and research purposes and not necessarily as an endorsement for the source itself. As with everything that is read, whether on the Internet, in newspapers, or in books, Christian believers must always use biblical and godly discernment.
DONATING TO LIGHTHOUSE TRAILS
|DONATING TO LIGHTHOUSE TRAILS: We are not a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. While we accept donations and are grateful for them, they are not tax deductible. We encourage you to consider ordering books and DVDs we publish – this is a great way to support us and at the same time help contend for the faith. We believe you will find each of our books and booklets to be well-written, properly documented, and essential for the times in which we live. If you would like to donate to Lighthouse Trails, you may send a donation by clicking the link below or by mailing it to: Lighthouse Trails Research Project, P.O. Box 908, Eureka, MT 59917. Or you may call 406/889-3610 or 866/876-3910 (US & Canada).
You may also give donations through our online store using a credit card. (Click here.)
Thank you for your support.