In 1946, Genevieve Ryder decides to keep her baby instead of giving it up for adoption, a choice that reverberates throughout the rest of her life.
A Colombian American journalist tries to save her career by taking an assignment somewhere she never thought she’d go — Colombia — in this heartwarming debut novel about rediscovering our family stories.
A novel about the extraordinary partnership between First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune—an unlikely friendship that changed the world.
This illustrated, rhyming book will help parents explain to children the unique and wonderful message of God’s grace.
Everything you need to know, from brain science to the psychological, relational, and spiritual aspects of being an introvert.
A popular Christian author reveals her path from anxiety attacks to peace.
Sensible Shoes author offers a beautiful story of mental illness and faith.
A Christian Food Network host takes readers deep into her love of food.
In his early 20s, Morgan Bolt was diagnosed with a rare, incurable pediatric cancer. A couple of years into the experience, he decided to write about it.
With characteristic wisdom and logic, author Timothy Keller describes how the book of Jonah is “an ingenious and artfully crafted work of literature.”
Margaret Bradley’s world is shattered when her son Andrew, a pilot, dies while flying a Canadian peacekeeping mission in Kurt Palka’s wise novel.
TerKeurst explores the nature of life between two gardens: the garden of Eden and “Eden restored.”
A balanced, biblical call to follow Jesus’ command to offer hospitality and to welcome the stranger among us.
Banner reader George Kroeze submitted his review of this book about the science of determining the age of the Earth.
Are some people predisposed to kindness? Is kindness learned?
In this accessible, inspiring book, author John Ortberg contrasts two ways of thinking about Jesus’ gospel.
Khang boldly unfolds how having no space to speak is not only a justice issue but a limitation on what it is to experience the fullness of imago Dei—being an image-bearer of God.
In this surprise-filled novel for adults, author Esi Edugyan offers profound insights into the hearts of people both enslaved and free and portrays the vast reaches of the earth, contrasting immense beauty with stark harshness.
Merritt explores how we can use sacred words in fresh, Spirit-led ways to communicate the power and beauty of the gospel in today's world.
This intriguing, culturally sensitive novel explores, among other things, the ramifications of immigration.
This history of the Holocaust includes the names and faces of those who resisted it, and even the Christian Reformed Church in the Netherlands comes up.
Based on true events, Women Talking is a powerful testament to the yearning for justice evident in those who are oppressed.
Banner reader and pastor Lou Wagenveld offers his review of a compilation of essays on the Holy Land.