Hitmaking Canadian Christian duo offers a bright and comforting six-song EP.
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A watercolor picture book takes children into the rich imaginations of two boys, C.S. Lewis and his brother Warnie.
Mysterious new Netflix series sets a Messiah-like figure in modern day, but is he anything like Jesus?
A handsome street cat with a penchant for trouble stars in the new picture book by the creator of Skippyjon Jones
An original and bracing devotional encourages Christians who work to resist injustice.
Experience the best museums from London to Seoul in the comfort of your own home.
A group of private astronauts go to the dark side of the moon to investigate suspicious activity.
Curious children encounter their village’s most enigmatic figure in this touching picture book translated from French.
A pastor and fan of TV’s Blue Bloods reflects on family bonding, loyalty, and respect.
A mother finds a way to move forward after losing her adult son in this moving memoir in verse.
The classic dog story is reanimated with mixed results in this star-filled adaptation.
Scottish pastor Alistair Begg offers a 30-minute daily podcast of devotional Bible teaching.
A Christian gastronomer’s findings on “dinner churches.”
An engaging children’s picture book relates the experiences of a girl with Spina Bifida
The extended edition of Bastille’s latest album is a mixture of originals, covers, demos, and B-sides.
It’s man and dog versus nature in this historical adventure story
An acclaimed journalist details the lives and deaths of the citizens of Chicago during the summer of 2013.
The author of Tuesdays with Morrie writes movingly of the little Haitian girl he loved and lost.
A cat named Catastrophe gets lost along the sea and makes friends in the low tide pool.
The thoughtful conclusion of the story of a Viking boy and his dragon.
Riveting faith-based historical fiction envelops readers in the aftermath of Chicago’s Great Fire.
A cynical journalist’s life changes when he writes a profile of the beloved Mr. Rogers.
Ireland’s Christian band We Are Messengers releases its vulnerable second album.
Coldplay preaches a message of love for the poor and oppressed.