A cub reporter is given the menial task of writing an obituary for an unremarkable woman who's just entered hospice care, and both lives are changed.
One woman’s true story of escaping sex trafficking and advocating for those still being trafficked.
Looking for a fresh start, advice columnist Sissy Yoder heads to small-town Yoder, Kans., to help in her aunt’s café. But when a milkman is murdered, the newcomer becomes the prime suspect.
An ode to Black hair and Black-girl joy, this joy-filled rhyming picture book invites young readers into the world of a young Black girl as she rocks her God-given beauty.
We can trust that God, the WayMaker, is always at work creating the life of our dreams, through ways we never would have dreamed for ourselves.
Candid, unfiltered stories about how it feels to be a teen adoptee.
The author of the award-winning The Bridge Home brings readers another gripping novel set in Chennai, India, featuring a boy who’s unexpectedly released into the world after spending his whole life in jail with his mom.
New York Times-bestselling author A.J. Jacobs decided to thank every single person involved in producing his morning cup of coffee. The journey takes him across the globe and transforms his life
A heart-wrenching middle grade debut that considers homelessness from one girl's perspective and explores deep truths about the resounding impact of empathy.
One pastor’s journey from idealism, through disillusionment, to an acceptance of grace.
Alan Noble explores how the simple truth that we belong to God reframes the way we understand ourselves, our families, our society, and God.
In this book, Rebekah Eklund explores how the Beatitudes have affected readers across differing eras and contexts.
With compassion and insight, Five Little Indians chronicles the desperate quest of these residential school survivors to come to terms with their past and, ultimately, find a way forward.
Online dating. Dating apps. Texting. Social media. Endless swiping in search of forever love. It seems like the more ways technology offers to "connect" us, the less connected we actually are.
The ups and fateful downs of a CRC pastor living with cystic fibrosis, the journey to receiving a double lung transplant, and the hope of a second chance at life that transplant brings.
Debut author Amina Luqman Dawson pens a lyrical, accessible historical middle-grade novel about two enslaved children’s escape from a plantation and the many ways they find freedom.
Picture book helps little ones to respect all the differences that make us unique.
A compassionate, intelligent, and wry series of Christian daily reflections on learning to live with imperfection in a culture of self-help that promotes endless progress.
A collection of essays helps us heal our divides.
Set in traditional Coast Salish territory, this story opens the door for children of all ethnicities to glimpse a traditional Indigenous lifestyle.
Teach kids how to pray with this beautifully illustrated Bible storybook.
New York Times-bestselling author and acclaimed linguist John McWhorter argues that an illiberal neoracism, disguised as antiracism, is hurting Black communities and weakening the American social fabric.
Why are Gen X women struggling? This book explores the many possible reasons.
Whether it’s fearful side hugs on one side or sexual abuse on the other, both the culture and the church aren’t doing very well with touch.