Based on true events, Women Talking is a powerful testament to the yearning for justice evident in those who are oppressed.
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Delta is a courageous album by a band facing extremely high expectations.
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.
Intricate and whimsical illustrations bring the familiar Christmas carol to life in this beautiful picture book.
As Homecoming leads viewers through the puzzle of its storyline, it raises thoughtful questions.
Christian rocker Cleveland’s tenth solo album tells personal stories that are close to her heart.
In her sequel to Raymie Nightingale, DiCamillo peels away the layers to reveal Louisiana’s story and presents readers with a heartbreakingly tender, wise, humorous, and resilient protagonist.
Banner reader and pastor Lou Wagenveld offers his review of a compilation of essays on the Holy Land.
Ralph Breaks the Internet offers families an opportunity to discuss how the Internet can be both a tool that aids us and a place where we can lose ourselves.
Joe Gunn’s book doesn’t answer the question of how churches should deal with politics; instead, it tells stories of social justice work by Canadian churches.
Russ Taff’s versatility is on full display with his first new album in more than seven years.
A list of movies that evoke the themes of Advent.
The latest release in the Calvin Shorts series
The Hip Hop Nutcracker is more than a beautiful performance. It is a cultural tribute to a music and dance style that has often been dismissed or overlooked.
This book stands out as a fresh approach for people who struggle with the impact of broken sexuality and pornography addiction.
Shad’s latest album explores our culture of fear and the illusions it creates.
Barbara Kingsolver’s new novel explores the human need to find shelter: to be loved and cared for, and to find meaning and a place in community.
Powerful acting rescues a feel-good film that garners a few too many laughs from the racism it attempts to decry.
A winsome tale of a boy who misses his grandfather and meets him again in his imagination.
Emma Thompson gives an excellent performance as Fiona Maye, a family court judge dealing with unexpected consequences from visiting the child at issue in a case over which she presides.
We always love hearing from our readers! Patricia Ramsden sent in this review of a new Christmas picture book.
In this emotionally charged juvenile novel, young readers will encounter the life-changing repercussions of bullying.
British worship leader Martin Smith recorded these 13 live tracks in 11 countries.
This 90-day collection of devotions, curated from the late Eugene Peterson’s library of sermons, focuses on God’s work and character as revealed in the Old Testament.