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Rapper and preacher Jackie Hill Perry shares part of her spiritual journey with listeners on her latest album.
In this picture book, two children enjoy all the things they encounter in a day the Lord has made.
When theologian Kate Bowler was diagnosed with cancer, she began to consider in a new, more personal way why bad stuff happens to us.
The founder of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast gives good reasons and great suggestions for reading aloud to children.
The story of MercyMe frontman Bart Millard doesn’t hide from the darkness and pain of abuse, yet it is full of hope for forgiveness and grace.
Moberly’s defense of the Bible recognizes that we cannot assume that people outside the church will take the Bible seriously just because it’s God’s Word.
Mat Kearney is an underrated musician who crafts lyrics that stand out as unique yet are universally true.
This picture book would be a great Father’s Day gift from a child.
This gripping memoir is an ode to the power of education.
Kacey Musgraves has crafted an album with a sense of wonder and a wide variety of influences.
Baptiste Paul’s picture book is a celebration of the game of soccer.
Robin MacArthur has written a layered, multi-generational novel that explores the interconnectedness of human suffering and gives evidence of grace in an imperfect world.
Solo gives us the backstory of Hollywood’s beloved smirking smuggler.
Veteran Christian rocker Lincoln Brewster gives listeners another round of great guitar playing and meaningful lyrics.
Historian Nancy Koehn looks for the lessons we can learn from the lives and work of five historical leaders.
Director Wim Wenders has crafted an understated and simply structured documentary, reflecting the man it portrays.
Randy Ribay’s engrossing young adult novel tackles real problems of friendship, race, and economic differences.
Making friends is tough, especially if you are porcupine.
Journalist and poet Dunya Mikhail tells the stories of women who have been kidnapped by ISIS and the man who would do anything in his power to rescue them.
The United States puts a different spin on Canada’s annual battle of the books.
Apollo and Athene hope to build the perfect society in Jo Walton’s science fiction trilogy.
Paul Schrader’s beautifully filmed and acted First Reformed relies on his transcendental style of directing.
Lord Huron’s new album presents a fantasy world worth experiencing.