A common happening: a father and son go fishing. But in A Different Pond this simple activity is so much more.
This category was previously called Tuned In.
Ken Medema has been writing and singing music for the church since the early 1970s, so Nothing Like the Rain, an album of new Medema songs, seems almost instantly recognizable.
- Author Jim Burns’ goal in writing Understanding Your Teen is to help parents raise kids “who love God and who will one day become responsible adults.”
- Moonee is 6 years old and lives in a cheap hotel in the Orlando area. But this is no Eloise-in-the-Plaza-Hotel fantasy; Moonee’s young single mother, Halley, is doing her best to feed her daughter and make sure they have shelter.
- Based on a true story, this juvenile novel relates events in England in 1486.
- Paddington, the lovable bear from Peru, is back. Once again, he’s getting himself into a pickle.
- When author Joshua Jipp set out to examine what Scripture teaches about hospitality to strangers, a resounding theme emerged, namely, “God’s hospitality to us necessarily results in and creates hospitality to others.”
- The Northern Ireland band Rend Collective offers an antidote to all the negative news in the world with its sixth studio album, Good News.
- When Liza Jessie Peterson began teaching full days at Island Academy, the high school for inmates on Rikers Island, she encountered teenage boys who were ...
- Have you ever tried something new and failed? This is the situation Humpty Dumpty faces in After the Fall.
- How did urban sprawl get its start? What do walkable neighborhoods and mixed-use zoning have to do with loving our neighbor?
- Daniel Day-Lewis delivers an astonishing performance in this twisting, twisted cinematic creation.
- Reading Andy Crouch’s The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place could well be the best gift you ever give your family.
All Set: En la mesa de Dios/At God’s Table is a bilingual picture book from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship that explains communion;
- As the music industry amps up anticipation for the Grammy awards on Sunday night (CBS/City), you can check out some of our music reviews from the last year to see what Banner reviewers thought.
- A. A. Milne returned from the First World War traumatized by what he’d seen. He wanted to help people see the truth of war so that it would never happen again.
- “For me, for all of us, water is a matter of life.”
- Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the plethora of personality types and their corresponding measurements?
- It’s 1971 and all is not well at The Washington Post. Publisher Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep) wonders if she should allow the family-owned paper to go public.
- When a massive snowstorm shuts down Brooklyn for several days, the lives of three people intersect in life-altering ways.
- Author Maja Lunde weaves together the stories of three families who live in different places and historical periods, their narratives linked by an unlikely source: bees.
- Soul of a Woman, the final album from Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, reflects on the joys, pains, challenges, and triumphs of her life before she passed away from cancer...
- Christopher Meehan’s book Growing Pains: How Racial Struggles Changed a Church and School documents the impact of a group of African-American parents from Lawndale CRC...
- As the Nazis continued to conquer Europe in 1940, it became obvious that England was the next target.