For Book Clubs
- Kelley Nikondeha experienced the “sacrament of belonging” early in her life when she was adopted by her parents.
Reflecting on one’s vocation, American writer and theologian Frederick Buechner said, “The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
Humans are created with a deep desire to belong.
In Nigerian culture, where polygamy is accepted and bearing children is of utmost importance,
Welcome to Beartown. It’s a friendly town where people with deep roots welcome those who have come from somewhere else, the kind of place where some who have left choose to return.
When a major event effectively puts an end to electricity in the world, society begins to collapse.
Exit West is a love story set in a not-too-distant future that is recognizable as a projection of our present unsettling times.
Four years have passed since a young couple, Hector and Lilia, illegally crossed from Mexico into the United States.
Living in the shadow of her older sister,
Love conquers fear.
At the turn of the 20th century, the British targeted two Boer states in South Africa.
Margaret Maguire is 82 years old and in failing health.
In 1952, 18-year-old Rachel returned to her childhood home in Kenya
This excellent multigenerational novel about a family of talented musicians
- Ruth Huizenga, born into a Christian Reformed family, had always seen herself as a good girl
- Eighty-one-year-old Mary Oliver is widely acclaimed for her wise, lyrical poetry that presents life as a spiritual pilgrimage.
“She is lost to history.” She is the mysterious concubine referred to only as “Una”—the One—in Augustine’s Confessions. Since hearing...
- Gina Ochsner’s second novel is a captivating, tragicomic story about family and community relationships in a contemporary Latvian town.
- Science geeks, business people, attorneys, and historical fiction buffs—red alert!
- From where I live, I can see the Ohio River from my daughter’s third-floor bedroom. Tucked below the hill overlooking the river a train track runs, but I can’t see it.