An unexpected bond forms between a Kentucky mountain woman in the twilight of life and a young reporter who enters her remote world.
A look at the whys of human suffering.
Sometimes the choice to carry on amid great suffering—to simply get out of bed—is itself a powerful witness to the goodness of life, and of God.
A young woman moonlights as a detective in this sprightly, tongue-in-cheek Regency murder mystery.
In the fifth book in this beloved series about the Baxter children, when things don’t turn out according to plan, the siblings must stick together and remember who they are.
This illustrated collection of poetry and essays empowers you to embrace your next adventure with confidence and grace, drawing on invaluable lessons from nature.
Weaving wartime intrigue, rural village life, and little-known historical facts about the role of carrier pigeons in WWII, Stephanie Graves continues the adventures of British pigeoneer Olive Bright.
A love letter to and for Asian Americans—a vivid scrapbook of voices, emotions, and memories from an era in which our culture was forged and transformed.
A determined Owl builds strength and confidence in this medieval picture book about the real mettle of a hero: wits, humor, and heart.
The story of a persistent woman whose research in molecular biology changed the world.
Pastor, teacher, and non-scientist John Van Sloten invites us to know God more deeply as we marvel at the complexities of his amazing creation.
It’s 1952 in suburban Detroit, and Bertha Harding joins the All-American Women’s Baseball League, even as her father is accused of being a Communist.
This gentle, reassuring picture book by bestselling author Glenys Nellist and illustrator Sian James encourages children to notice God all around them, in the ordinary people and places of everyday life.
"Words coined by Covid deftly woven into a journal/timeline, taking us through two years of surrealism and limbo."—Margaret Atwood
This powerful and poignant coming-of-age middle grade debut novel follows an Arab American girl named Yasmeen as she moves to San Antonio with her family and navigates finding friendship—and herself.
Combining its authors' scientific knowledge, storytelling skills, and insights from theology, Dawn provides a fresh look at the fundamentals of cosmology, evolutionary biology, and the good news of God in one overarching fictional adventure.
This beautiful book invites readers to deepen their friendship with Jesus by highlighting his friendships with Mary, Martha, and Lazarus.
When the German occupation of WWII cracks down on the Danes, two passionate people will discover if there is more power in speech or in silence.
Drawing on passages from the church’s definitive gospel treatise, Paul’s letter to the Romans, J.D. Greear unpacks the essential aspects of the Christian message.
On Dec. 31, 1989—as the Berlin Wall is coming down, the Soviet Union is falling apart, and anything seems possible—Michael will cross paths with the enigmatic heir to a fading musical dynasty.
The last book by the late Tim Keller helps readers give and receive forgiveness
The true story of a beloved banyan tree and a community that fought to save it in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
A beautifully written memoir-in-essays by a biracial Korean American shows readers how God can redeem the broken parts of all our stories.
When new classmates Mattie and Mercedes meet and realize they have the same Colombian dad, the two team up in a Parent Trap–inspired misadventure.