Hendrix uses striking illustrations and bold graphic design to tell this powerful story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a man of faith.
Based on true events, Women Talking is a powerful testament to the yearning for justice evident in those who are oppressed.
This history of the Holocaust includes the names and faces of those who resisted it, and even the Christian Reformed Church in the Netherlands comes up.
Intricate and whimsical illustrations bring the familiar Christmas carol to life in this beautiful picture book.
In her sequel to Raymie Nightingale, DiCamillo peels away the layers to reveal Louisiana’s story and presents readers with a heartbreakingly tender, wise, humorous, and resilient protagonist.
Banner reader and pastor Lou Wagenveld offers his review of a compilation of essays on the Holy Land.
Joe Gunn’s book doesn’t answer the question of how churches should deal with politics; instead, it tells stories of social justice work by Canadian churches.
This book stands out as a fresh approach for people who struggle with the impact of broken sexuality and pornography addiction.
Barbara Kingsolver’s new novel explores the human need to find shelter: to be loved and cared for, and to find meaning and a place in community.
A winsome tale of a boy who misses his grandfather and meets him again in his imagination.
We always love hearing from our readers! Patricia Ramsden sent in this review of a new Christmas picture book.
In this emotionally charged juvenile novel, young readers will encounter the life-changing repercussions of bullying.
This 90-day collection of devotions, curated from the late Eugene Peterson’s library of sermons, focuses on God’s work and character as revealed in the Old Testament.
Tim Tebow’s new book is filled with heartwarming, encouraging stories of people who overcome adversity.
The backstory of this picture book, along with the rustic yet exquisite artwork, will give readers a deeper appreciation of the Christmas story.
Medicine, war, and romance come together in a multi-layered novel that explores the shifting borders of countries, the shifting alliances of war, and the shifting understanding of self.
As the wind howls and snow blankets the world, all is well in the barn.
Author Nicole Baart’s latest is an engrossing read about a recently widowed adoptive mother who must unravel the mystery of her late husband’s death to save her family.
In this deftly crafted YA novel, two teens become friends in a Nazi concentration camp where they hope their sewing skills will keep them alive.
Sacred Signposts is a stimulating and rich exploration of God’s gifts to the church and their significance for our walk.
The Songs We Hide is a page-turner about a little-known aspect of European history.
Jacqueline Woodson’s picture book shows how, when one person reaches out, a bridge is built.
In this historical novel, Joy and Jack discover what it means to be truly known beyond the protective masks that humans so often hide behind.
When India is partitioned into two nations in 1947, young Nisha and her family must flee.