Canadian pride distilled into a 34-minute audiobook.
A genre-bending novel that mixes elements of Madeleine L’engle’s sci-fi with Frank Peretti’s spiritual warfare fiction.
The inspiring true story of a boy who grew a forest from 20 bamboo saplings.
A heartwarming picture book captures the universal love and joy parents feel as they celebrate the arrival of a new child.
Larry Nassar’s first accuser speaks out in a compelling Christian memoir.
An inspiring true story based on the early life of Simon Jackson, who founded the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition.
Timothy McMahan King recognizes he was lucky. Doctors quickly caught and addressed his addiction before things went terribly wrong.
Youth workers can guide themselves and their young people in living out God’s gift of Sunday.
A winsome picture book inspired by the true story of Mary Edwards Walker, a trailblazing 19th-century doctor who was arrested many times for wearing pants.
Fascinating insights into Harper Lee, including why she never finished her true crime book.
On a road trip, on the porch, or at the cottage, listening to a story being read to you is a wonderful thing to do.
Whitehead’s gripping prose and a cast of memorable characters make this short novel a devastating but powerful read.
Noted New York Times columnist imagines life lived as a gift to others.
One of the Clinton 12 writes a searing yet spiritually powerful memoir in various poetic forms.
Mango Moon shows what life is like from a child’s perspective when a parent is deported.
The Franciscan Richard Rohr challenges believers to go beyond their Western conceptions and consider Christ anew.
Boys ages eight to twelve are gently steered in practicing a vital prayer life.
Narrated by the author, Michelle Obama’s Becoming audiobook still delivers.
A rediscovery of ancient practices and prayers soothe anxious believers.
A hopeful yet urgent call to live out a “courageous Christianity” that works against, not with, the evils of racism.
A thoughtful and inspiring picture book gently teaches us how to love our neighbor
The Newbery Award-winning author of The Crossover pens an ode to black American triumph and tribulation, with art from a two-time Caldecott Honoree.
The author of Reviving Ophelia writes about women flourishing as they age.
God is revealed in science, sex, animals, law, sports, world religions—all of reality.