Juli Wenger combines memoir, life coaching, biblical insights, and wellness advice as she invites readers to shape their lives around God’s command: “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.”
The moving true story of how young Ukrainian Jewish piano prodigies outplayed their pursuers while hiding in plain sight during the Holocaust. A middle-grade nonfiction novel-in-verse.
Part of the Restorative Justice for Kids series, this heartwarming picture book teaches empathy and inclusion.
From Christina Soontornvat, the visionary and versatile author of two 2021 Newbery Honor Books, comes a high-seas adventure set in a Thai-inspired fantasy world.
Discover some of the world’s most celebrated artists and works, through which we can witness the gospel of Christ.
A bullied 12-year-old boy must find a new normal after his mother has a stroke and his life is turned upside down.
The New York Times-bestselling author of The Orphan Collector blends fact and fiction, as mistaken identities lead to a young woman's imprisonment at Willowbrook State School.
This beautiful collection of short stories by a CRC member follows the lives of interconnected individuals, each navigating the often humorous, sometimes tragic, and always fascinating twists and turns of daily life.
Reporting back from his work in homeless services, minister and advocate Kevin Nye introduces readers to the Christ he’s met in tents, shelters, and drop-in centers.
Clarissa Moll offers her powerful personal narrative of losing her husband suddenly as well as honest, practical wisdom that guides readers toward flourishing amidst loss.
Baptized in the Water, written by bestselling author Glenys Nellist, is a beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates baptism in all its varying forms.
In this follow-up to Simply Christian, Bible scholar and Anglican bishop N.T. Wright uses the Gospel of John to reveal how Christianity presents a compelling and relevant explanation for our world.
The Banner’s Mixed Media editor picks the Top 5 most transformative Christian non-fiction books she read in 2022.
A New York Times bestseller, this middle-grade novel tells the riveting story of a heroic girl who fights for her belief that water should be for everyone.
This book reminds us that when we know Jesus, we are free from the world’s definition of success.
By advocating for putting immigrants in the center of the conversation, Karen Gonzalez helps readers grow in discipleship and recognize themselves in their immigrant neighbors.
In the ultimate Christmas comfort read, author Davis Bunn returns to Miramar Bay for a moving story of second chances, Christmas blessings, and the beauty of nature.
A refreshing book yields lessons from Mary, Joseph, et al; and a pair of festive movies add spirit and shine to holiday watching.
This beautifully illustrated, poetic retelling of the Nativity story offers families a new and special way to celebrate Jesus’s birth.
Award-winning journalist and Calvin grad Katelyn Beaty explores the ways fame has reshaped the American church.
A lyrical picture-book biography about a writer and master gardener who created beauty in a harsh island habitat that was visited by literary and artistic luminaries of her time.
Bittersweet is based on the premise that "light and dark, birth and death—bitter and sweet—are forever paired."
This illustrated, rhyming book will help parents explain to children the unique and wonderful message of God’s grace.
A guide for families of all backgrounds to celebrate cultural heritage and embrace inclusivity in the home and beyond.