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A worship album based on King Jehoshaphat’s leading the people of Judah in victory by praising the Lord.
Twenty-five years after the Rwandan genocide, a Netflix series explores its painful legacy.
Two best friends anticipate graduation and divergent paths in this YA novel for teens and adults alike.
Die-hard fans and curious newcomers alike will find something to like in Weezer’s 13th album.
From the beloved author of Sarah, Plain and Tall, a touching novel for young readers about life after loss.
When I Pray for You would make an excellent gift to parents of newborns and to children at the time of their baptism
Two-time Dove Award winner Meredith Andrews offers truly God-centered worship with her first ever solo live album
Can you love someone you can never touch? That’s the buzzing premise of Five Feet Apart, a star-crossed romance between two teens afflicted with cystic fibrosis.
Sheila Walsh, a depression sufferer, provides examples from her own life in overcoming and accepting hard things.
This gut-wrenching film asks sobering questions. The world is teeming with hurting children; what does the future hold for them? And what will we do about it?
A wide-ranging assortment of men and women—some Protestant ministers, two Catholic priests, a nun, a lawyer, and others, tell stories of Christian activists.
This delightful picture book by Sally Lloyd-Jones, well known for the Jesus Story Book Bible, touches on themes of inclusivity and friendship.
With the occasional nod to Middle Eastern sounds, this instrumental album gently brings listeners to the caves of Cappadocia where early Christians fled from persecution.
In this timely juvenile novel, author Jacqueline Woodson relates the stories of six students in a Brooklyn, N.Y., grade 5-6 classroom who know they aren’t like other kids.
In this tender, meaningful picture book set in a loving church community, the late Patricia McKissack celebrates generosity and kindness.
In the March 1 episode of conservative podcast The Bulwark, “Alienated America,” host Charlie Sykes converses with Tim Carney, author of a book also called Alienated America. Carney set out to understand why people in certain rural areas of the U.S. feel less alienated than others in similar situations.
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Readers of Three Hours will find in its reflections a worthwhile, spiritually enlightening space in which to dwell during Lent.
For those who like a comedy that makes them think—and possibly cry—as much as it makes them laugh, the Canadian show Kim’s Convenience fits the bill.
In this gorgeous album, singer-songwriter and mandolinist Andrew Marlin travels through variations of longing and loss.
Patti Rokus has produced another remarkable picture book combining her visionary rock sculptures, engaging narrative, and Scripture texts to tell the story of Jesus.
Captain Marvel moderates the use of her gifts by conviction, not convention.
Over the course of 150 years, three strong women from the same Michigan family are drawn into racially charged relationships and confront different kinds of racism in this potent debut novel.