Joanna Gaines and illustrator Julianna Swaney celebrate how creativity and acceptance can come together to make for a bright and beautiful adventure.
Butterball Farms CEO Mark Peters describes a clear, practical, successful and repeatable path you can take to serve your company, workforce, and community.
From a single-wide trailer in the mountains of rural West Virginia to the halls of Yale Law School, Mary Marantz's story is one of remembering our roots while turning our faces to the sky.
One hundred simple yet heartfelt devotions to guide readers on the days they don’t know what to pray.
Kevin DeYoung provides a pastorally sensitive introduction to the complementarian understanding of what the Bible teaches about the roles of men and women.
Written by a CRC pastor, this historical memoir will give insight and courage to anyone interested in justice for all regardless of race in our current politically polarized time.
In this poignant, perceptive, witty novel, Gary D. Schmidt brings authenticity and emotion, weaving in themes of grief, loss, redemption, achievement, and love.
Writer and spiritual director Charlotte Donlon reframes loneliness and offers us a language for the disquiet within.
Attuned to the power of the written word, seasoned teachers contemplate sacred themes, exploring passages from books they love in light of passages from Scripture.
From a bestselling and award-winning husband-and-wife team comes an innovative, beautifully illustrated novel for 8- to 12-year-olds that delivers a front-row seat to the groundbreaking moments in history that led to African Americans earning the right to vote.
A former soldier and head of the West Point history department challenges the myths and lies of the Confederate legacy—and explores why some of the USA's oldest wounds have never healed.
Authors document the evolution of Critical Theory.
A riveting memoir is at once a coming-of-age story and a powerful evocation of what it takes to bring hope and justice to families caught up in the prison system.
Tani Adewumi's moving true story of immigrating to America, developing his talent for chess, and finding a new home.
Through his own trials, Ben Young has learned not only to survive each dark day but to live every day in ways that make a person stronger, wiser, and more at peace.
How much does your former high school popularity affect your life today?
Whether it’s a supersonic sandwich maker or a 12-tailed dragon, Sicily Bridges can make almost anything from materials she finds around her apartment complex.
A book of daily readings on being an Enneagram Seven by an adventurer and pastor.
The adventures and misadventures God used to shape one of the most influential women in modern church history.
A child-friendly introduction to mindfulness.
Torn between God's call to love her enemy and her country's command to be willing to kill, Diana chose to wage peace in a place of war.
For 10- to 14-year-olds, this novel in verse is about a young deaf boy during World War II, the sister who loves him, and the conscientious objector who helps him. Inspired by true events.
The author of Canoeing the Mountains explores the qualities of adaptive church leadership through a blacksmithing metaphor.
A faith-based resource for navigating the wonder-filled experiences of pregnancy.