A Quiet Place is a suspenseful story of family and love in the guise of a horror film.
This category was previously called Tuned In.
An interview with the founder of the online Christian library, CCEL.org, on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
The VanderBeeker family offers delightful escapades for middle grade readers
Brian Fallon delivers an archetypal rock album with relatable themes, interesting song structures, and an authentic, raspy rock voice.
Author Christopher Paul Curtis brings young readers another great story about the Underground Railroad.
Come Sunday is a new Netflix movie based on the experience of pastor Carlton Pearson, a rising star until he came to the conclusion that hell does not exist.
The Miracle Season is a feel-good sports movie based on a true story.
Singer Alexis Slifer pours her heart into her music.
Author Lois Tverberg hopes to help us read the Bible with the perspective of those who lived at the time it was written.
This picture book for slightly older children will give them a good start on understanding the Dust Bowl.
How does reconstructing Paul’s life and background help us better understand his letters in the Bible and early Christianity as a whole?
Steven Spielberg’s animation/”real life” hybrid is a paradise of geekery and pop culture.
When the Caspers’ child was diagnosed with autism, it gave them a new perspective on life.
Sandra McCracken offers songs forged during a challenging time in her life.
Roy and Celestial are living the upwardly mobile, black Atlanta dream when suddenly Roy is arrested and sentenced to 12...
Artist Ai Weiwei has created a beautiful and heartbreaking overview of the refugee crisis.
Former Newsboy Phil Joel wants to liberate listeners from what hinders them.
Author Dominique DuBois Gilliard talks about the history of incarceration and the role of the church.
Find out what’s new and noteworthy this month.
Carole Boston Weatherford’s newest picture book subtly deals with racial discrimination while capturing the hopes and dreams of every mother.
How should Christians respond to the Muslim immigrants in their midst?
These psalms remind us that God hears our sorrows and our questions, and Kimbrough does not shy away from hard questions.
Marilynne Robinson’s nonfiction takes dead aim at the stories we Americans tell ourselves about ourselves and about our mother country.
This adult novel introduces readers to the dark underbelly of the global fashion industry, as well as to the lives of two men who are longing for grace and redemption.