This inspirational two-month devotional provides you with guidance and answers by highlighting the stories of women such as Esther, Ruth, Abigail and many more
From the author of A Place to Hang the Moon comes a hopeful World War II story about three scrappy siblings on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Based on the true story of the Kenyan dhow boat Flipflopi, this inspirational tale demonstrates how innovation, art and determination can transform plastic pollution into something useful.
Over our nearly 170-year history as a denomination, we’ve started several ministries to help us follow God’s call and serve as God’s ambassadors in the world. For those who want to know more—and those who sometimes forget which ministry does what—here is a helpful guide.
In this book adapted from his bestselling Winning the War in Your Mind, Craig Groeschel explains how teens can challenge their thinking and change the course of their lives for the better.
From iconic CCM standards to Bob Dylan’s classic “To Make You Feel My Love,” Natalie Grant’s new 10-track collection finds the songstress covering selections that have played a significant role in every season of her life.
We often view receiving gifts—especially of assistance, necessities or financial help—as signs of weakness.
The only way back to Eden was through death.
The 2023 CRCNA Congregational Survey asked participants to “indicate how many hours you spent during an average month over the last year in each of the following:
Jesus not only brought us peace with God, but gives us the peace of God in our hearts.
The Banner’s Mixed Media editor reads and reviews faith-filled books all year long. Here are the eight books – including, in 2023, memoir and memoir-ish works– topping her list of reads that fueled her own Christian journey.
The story of the Kowalski family – as told in their own words – may change the way you look at children’s healthcare forever.
This simply written children’s picture book is based on author Daniel Darling’s adult version of his book The Characters of Christmas.
Josh Newell, executive director of Jesus Film Project, said he views animation as a fitting means to speak to younger generations about the life of Jesus.
Described as a righteous man who was quick to offer compassion and forgiveness, Art Stienstra died November 26. He was 93.
Andrew Ollerton leads us through Romans – one of the most theologically complex books of the Bible – to discover how an understanding of Paul's longest letter unlocks the whole story of Scripture.
Advent teaches us that the fullness of time is a pretty good thing.
Several news stories, a few of our Cross Examination columns, three features, and an As I Was Saying blog post captured the most attention in The Banner’s web-published articles this year.
From a legendary music producer, a master at helping people connect with the wellsprings of their creativity, comes a beautifully crafted book many years in the making that offers that same deep wisdom to all of us.
It’s difficult, when we want to create an atmosphere of trust and good will, to recognize that we also need to be aware of the ways that sin can lurk unseen among us.
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A luminous and tender retelling of the Christmas story from National Book Award nominee Mitali Perkins, sure to become a cherished holiday favorite for families of faith.
The inspiring story of deaf tennis champion Brad Minns.
A debut about a Mi’kmaq family in Nova Scotia, a modern classic set in the Dominican Republic, and a heartwarming story with an octopus as its narrator top The Banner Mixed Media editor’s list for best reads of 2023.