In her attempts to live the “love chapter,” I Corinthians 13, to the letter, the author journeys all the way to Haiti, where she meets people who test and display love to its limits.
When two ordinary objects land on a city sidewalk, a little girl’s dull day becomes an odyssey of new places and unusual faces.
This comprehensive and visually stunning biographic picture book details Elijah Cummings’ humble beginnings and unwavering faith.
How do we, as parents, cultivate in our children a love of the earth, a cry for justice, and a commitment to nonviolence?
A moving tribute to the joy and grounding that fathers bring to their children’s lives.
In Matthew 11, Jesus describes himself as “gentle and lowly in heart,” longing for his people to find rest in him. This book reflects on his words.
A woman's survival during the Nazi occupation in Paris, and the survivor's guilt and shame she forces herself to live with after the war.
This timely picture book from Dr. Tony Evans teaches children the values of equality, diversity, and unity from a biblical perspective.
A lyrical, vibrant tribute to the amazing life and legacy of Pura Belpré, a lauded storyteller, librarian, and pioneer of bilingual storytimes
A new collection of original writings by Rachel Held Evans, whose reflections on faith and life continue to encourage, challenge, and influence.
Evan and Mae run off to avoid a shotgun wedding, a decision that initiates decades of marital adventures and misadventures.
Book pulls back the curtain on what is happening in Christian bedrooms and exposes the problematic evangelical teachings that wreck sex for so many couples.
The hopeful story of one girl’s journey through grief as she learns to celebrate her father in the midst of sadness.
Delight in prayer as a gift from God—the means of conversing with the Trinity anywhere about anything, of never being alone, and of becoming an agent of God’s Kingdom.
Lushly illustrated in rich colors, 189 Canaries is an unforgettable story about music, migration, and the search for home.
The Mighty Muskrats, four cousins from the Windy Lake First Nation, are back for another mystery. For readers aged 9-12.
The first major biblical commentary from the pen of N. T. Wright.
A visually stunning story of resilience and determination by an award-winning new author-illustrator team.
Refuge Reimagined will equip students, activists, and anyone interested in refugee issues to understand the biblical model for communities and how it can transform our world.
A compelling historical and theological case for the church's obligation to provide reparations for the oppression of African Americans.
A heartbreakingly hopeful novel in verse about an Indian American girl whose life is turned upside down when her mother is diagnosed with leukemia.
Children ages 4-8 learn that in order to eat a single meal, it takes the whole world to make it.
Teach your children the power of Kindness, one of the most important skills a child can learn.
This debut novel by a CRC author has won multiple awards, including an honorable mention for the Christianity Today Book Awards.