When faced with cancer, Edie Littlefield Sundby decided to walk the El Camino Real mission trail because she felt closest to God in the wilderness
The VanderBeeker family offers delightful escapades for middle grade readers
Author Christopher Paul Curtis brings young readers another great story about the Underground Railroad.
Author Lois Tverberg hopes to help us read the Bible with the perspective of those who lived at the time it was written.
This picture book for slightly older children will give them a good start on understanding the Dust Bowl.
When the Caspers’ child was diagnosed with autism, it gave them a new perspective on life.
Roy and Celestial are living the upwardly mobile, black Atlanta dream when suddenly Roy is arrested and sentenced to 12...
Carole Boston Weatherford’s newest picture book subtly deals with racial discrimination while capturing the hopes and dreams of every mother.
How should Christians respond to the Muslim immigrants in their midst?
Marilynne Robinson’s nonfiction takes dead aim at the stories we Americans tell ourselves about ourselves and about our mother country.
This adult novel introduces readers to the dark underbelly of the global fashion industry, as well as to the lives of two men who are longing for grace and redemption.
This novel for adults is filled with biblical allusions and covers vast physical and emotional territory.
Modern worldviews create problems they cannot solve; the Christian story has the power to move us “beyond” the modern age and heal the scars of modernization.
A Banner reader sent this review of the first book in The Pastor Maggie Series.
A team of researchers interviewed 235 low- and middle-income families to find out why so many families feel so financially insecure.
In this picture book, Martin wonders, “If Jesus comes to visit me, what would I say? What would I do? How would I welcome him?”
Abu Atallah was “a good Muslim kid” who grew up in Cairo, Egypt . . .
A common happening: a father and son go fishing. But in A Different Pond this simple activity is so much more.
- Author Jim Burns’ goal in writing Understanding Your Teen is to help parents raise kids “who love God and who will one day become responsible adults.”
Based on a true story, this juvenile novel relates events in England in 1486.
- When author Joshua Jipp set out to examine what Scripture teaches about hospitality to strangers, a resounding theme emerged, namely, “God’s hospitality to us necessarily results in and creates hospitality to others.”
- When Liza Jessie Peterson began teaching full days at Island Academy, the high school for inmates on Rikers Island, she encountered teenage boys who were ...
- Have you ever tried something new and failed? This is the situation Humpty Dumpty faces in After the Fall.
How did urban sprawl get its start? What do walkable neighborhoods and mixed-use zoning have to do with loving our neighbor?