Eva wants to run away from her life—if only she could remember how. But perhaps a new beginning is possible in this poignant novel of faith, aging, and surprises.
Traci Rhoades encourages readers to explore practices—some ancient and others unconventional—that offer solace for those times when “the bottom drops out.”
With engaging rhyme and lovely illustrations, this picture book sparks readers’ imaginations with the idea that God created human beings to make, model, and work like him.
The story of Joey Moss, a man with Down Syndrome who was handpicked by Wayne Gretzky to work in the Edmonton Oilers’ equipment room and became a fixture to fans.
This book provides a comprehensive biblical and theological survey of the people of God in the Old and New Testaments, offering insights for today's transformed and ethnically diverse church.
Psychologically wise novel explores hiddenness, forgiveness, love
A joyful rhyming book that encourages children to not only value all people but to also make room for their differences to make a better and more beautiful world.
A mystery about a Black classical musician whose family heirloom violin is stolen on the eve of the most prestigious classical music competition.
In wars 80 years apart, two young women living on the same Appalachian estate determine to aid soldiers dear to them and fight for justice, no matter the cost.
When Josey wonders why people are so different, Dad helps her understand that our differences aren't a mistake. In fact, we have many differences because God is creative!
A powerful imagined story about real-life civil rights activist and labor leader Dolores Huerta that reminds us that even our biggest heroes started out small.
Branson Parler examines six myths surrounding sexuality and calls us to be biblically rooted and culturally self-aware so that the stories of our (sex) lives faithfully embody the gospel.
A poignant multicultural ode to family and what it means to create a home as one girl helps her aunt move away from her beloved Miami apartment.
The New York Times-bestselling author of The Year of Living Biblically goes on a rollicking journey to understand the enduring power of puzzles.
This sweeping novel from the great Chilean novelist Isabel Allende tells the epic story of Violeta Del Valle, a woman whose life spans 100 years, from the Spanish flu pandemic to the Covid 19 pandemic.
For fans of Guess How Much I Love You? and Just Me and My Dad comes a heartwarming story about a son and his papá who love to measure everything, including their love for each other.
An important book for early readers that highlights the beauty of our differences.
Kevin Adams—experienced CRC pastor and church planter—makes the case that baptism isn’t merely a one-time ceremony but something to be lived and affirmed throughout one’s life.
Fifteen-time Emmy Award winner and Pura Belpre honoree Sonia Manzano (Maria on Sesame Street) examines the impact of the 1959 Cuban Revolution on four children from very different walks of life.
Jay Kim's Analog Church explores the ways the digital age and its values affect the life of the church.
Through colorful illustrations and rhythmic rhymes, your child will see what compassion looks like and how to emulate it.
New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers returns to the California frontier in this sweeping, romantic tale of a displaced New England suffragette.
This study explores some implications for the connection between believers' baptism, infant baptism, baby dedication, and Christian unity, particularly among evangelicals.
When Evan’s draft number is called up for the Vietnam War, his Amish family is shocked to learn he has not sought conscientious objector status, despite their belief in non-resistance.