Artist Ruth Goring uses beads, shells, stones, colored glass, and more to create collages and mosaics with explanations of biblical metaphors for God.
Reviews of books, movies, music, television, websites, and more, looking at the world of arts and entertainment from a Reformed perspective. To submit a review, click here.
Album combines jazz, blues, folk, and 50s rock through intricate West African rhythms preserved on the Atlantic Sea Islands.
Arkansas worship artist offers rich lyrics, sleek electropop on six-song EP.
A journalist and humanitarian takes readers around the world to learn the crucial skill of empathy from the world’s bravest souls.
An Austrian farmer faces the threat of execution for refusing to fight for the Nazis during World War II.
A podcast produced by a diverse CRC church offers an ongoing conversation about anti-racism.
An engrossing biopic of the falsely accused security guard who found the bomb at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
Two veteran Canadian writers share wisdom on the Christian writing life and business.
A self-described movie nerd picks five wildly divergent movies to watch for Black History Month.
Best picture nominee shows carnage and bravery of WWI.
Revisiting once again the world of Raymie Nightingale, two-time Newbery Medalist Kate DiCamillo turns her focus to the tough-talking, inescapably tenderhearted Beverly.
An entertaining podcast that takes the listener behind the curtain of advertising.
Exploring Kuyper’s “square inch” and other practical applications of his theology for today’s Christian.
A documentary about the future of free speech and the importance of conversation.
In our polarized times, a refreshingly nonpartisan call to feed the hungry in our communities.
Netflix’s Oscar nominee for Best Picture is a sad commentary on loneliness, marriage, and divorce.
A fisherman and his son encounter a whale entangled at sea in this wordless picture book.
The Two Popes ponders deep questions of faith and life.
The lyrical weaving of an African American family’s narratives, past, and present, in this debut Christian novel.
Kirk Franklin’s newest album skillfully continues his unique blending of gospel, choir, and hip-hop elements.
The true story of a woman whose unjust life sentence and presidential commutation made national news.
A modern and lustrous retelling of the 1868 classic by Louisa May Alcott
A Fredrick Buechner expert presents a collection of the true "essentials" from across Buechner's diverse catalog, as well as an overview of the writer’s life.