Following in the wake of their critically acclaimed 2020 debut album Flown, Norwegian art rockers Dim Gray return with its “atmospheric” follow-up, Firmament.
The Deadly Scrolls brings together religious intrigue and contemporary detective work, against the explosive backdrop of the Dead Sea Scrolls and modern-day Jerusalem.
A hilarious, action-packed, and highly illustrated middle-grade adventure from acclaimed author and artist Matt Phelan.
This Emmy-nominated prequel to "Breaking Bad" follows small-time attorney Jimmy McGill as he transforms into morally challenged lawyer Saul Goodman.
A new collection of renowned artist Nikki McClure’s stunning papercuts, with a contemporary, community-minded message.
Since 1942, long before podcasts, the BBC has been asking guests which eight musical tracks they would take with them if they were to be stranded on a desert island.
Book by a Dordt Theology professor helps us understand how culture forms us as political actors, moves us aesthetically, shapes the rhythms of our lives, and connects (or disconnects) us from God and neighbors we are called to love.
Inspired by an incarnational theology that emerges from a missional reading of Luke 10, Chung and Meehan discover the stories of contemporary disciples who labor in the harvest fields of God's uncommon, upside-down Kingdom
Australian crime drama franchise delivers backstory in excellent prequel
Bookshop owner, bibliotherapist, and occasional sleuth Nora Pennington must enlist the help of her librarian friend Bobbie to unravel the connection between The Scarlet Letter, an obscure 19th-century writer, and a dead hiker.
A refreshing network show about journalism in Alaska, a Native-run show about a small town in Connecticut, and a legal drama set in Manitoba all try with varying results to center Native characters and stories.
Seattle alt band Citizens offers fans an encouraging, unifying 5-song EP
Combat perfectionism and build your children's self-confidence with this sweet, inspirational picture book from Emily Ley.
A novel about a young Syrian couple in the throes of new love on the cusp of their bright future when a travel ban rips them apart on the eve of their son’s premature birth.
A Navy SEAL hunts down those responsible for killing his family.
Named by Apple as the Best Show of the Year 2021, host Maya Shankar blends compassionate storytelling with the science of human behavior to help us understand who we are—and who we become—in the face of a big change.
Nurse Amy Loughren is shocked when her colleague is found responsible for the murder of dozens of patients over a period of 16 years.
Eva wants to run away from her life—if only she could remember how. But perhaps a new beginning is possible in this poignant novel of faith, aging, and surprises.
A young chef from the fine dining world comes home to Chicago to run his family sandwich shop after a heartbreaking death in his family.
Traci Rhoades encourages readers to explore practices—some ancient and others unconventional—that offer solace for those times when “the bottom drops out.”
With engaging rhyme and lovely illustrations, this picture book sparks readers’ imaginations with the idea that God created human beings to make, model, and work like him.
A Syrian refugee struggles to settle into his new Canadian small-town life, caught between his dream to become a doctor and preserving his family's chocolate-making legacy.
Prog Rock outfit Glass Hammer returns with their third album in the Skallagrim trilogy, based on the writings of fantasy writers such as C.S. Lewis and J.R.R Tolkien.
From a children’s nonfiction book about wolves in Yellowstone to the memoir of a Frenchman who’s a former atheist, here’s a list of 12 books for every age and taste.