Written by the host of the NPR Pop Culture Hour podcast, this effervescent debut novel charms and delights.
Artist Ruth Goring uses beads, shells, stones, colored glass, and more to create collages and mosaics with explanations of biblical metaphors for God.
A journalist and humanitarian takes readers around the world to learn the crucial skill of empathy from the world’s bravest souls.
Two veteran Canadian writers share wisdom on the Christian writing life and business.
Revisiting once again the world of Raymie Nightingale, two-time Newbery Medalist Kate DiCamillo turns her focus to the tough-talking, inescapably tenderhearted Beverly.
Exploring Kuyper’s “square inch” and other practical applications of his theology for today’s Christian.
In our polarized times, a refreshingly nonpartisan call to feed the hungry in our communities.
A fisherman and his son encounter a whale entangled at sea in this wordless picture book.
The lyrical weaving of an African American family’s narratives, past, and present, in this debut Christian novel.
The true story of a woman whose unjust life sentence and presidential commutation made national news.
A Fredrick Buechner expert presents a collection of the true "essentials" from across Buechner's diverse catalog, as well as an overview of the writer’s life.
Trauma-informed Christian therapist Aundi Kolber offers a kinder, gentler way to wholeness.
Gyo Fujikawa's iconic children's books are beloved all over the world. Now it's time for Gyo's story to be told in a stunning picture book.
Exceptional picks from a year’s worth of listening by The Banner’s Mixed Media editor.
How C.S. Lewis thought the natural world and senses were a doorway to God.
A winsome children’s picture book comparing the rhinoceros and the rhinoceros beetle.
In the tradition of Because of Winn Dixie, a young girl deals with her mother’s suicide in this riveting juvenile novel.
A memoir of a woman who escaped the clutches of the Jehovah’s Witness religious cult.
The four Kandel sisters—triplets and a younger sister who each retired from a teaching career—share comical, vulnerable, and spiritually astute insights into getting older.
A retired assassin tries to make a fresh start as a pastor, even as the bullets continue to fly.
The cultural and medical history of dementia by a leading psychiatrist and bioethicist who urges us to turn our focus from cure to care.
A vividly illustrated picture book teaches children about their refugee counterparts around the world.
An award-winning, harrowing novel about two orphans living in Newfoundland.