Ken Goldin and his savvy team run the thrilling action, venturing inside a leading auction house specializing in rare collectibles.
A beautiful, empowering story about the impact of literacy in underprivileged communities, based on a real bookmobile program in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Podcaster and pastor Mike Cosper braids his story of being disillusioned with the evangelical church with accounts of holy land sites and the biblical stories in each one.
How can a study of the Greek goddess Artemis help us interpret one of the most baffling passages in Scripture?
How tech giants are reshaping spirituality to serve their religion of peak productivity.
- February 26, 2024|
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Paul Kix takes the reader behind the scenes as he tells the story of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s pivotal 10-week campaign in 1963 to end segregation in Birmingham, Ala.
Eleanor Bennett loses her battle with cancer, leaving her children a flash drive that holds untold stories of her journey from the Caribbean to America; the stories shock her children and challenge everything they know about their family's origin.
Author Giselle Anatol’s delightful reimagining of Toni Morrison’s childhood.
A Muslim American girl at the top of her game makes a difficult choice in this powerful and beautifully told true story about breaking barriers.
A trio of independent worship leaders band together to create music for liturgical worship.
Practices and stories inform and deepen lament.
A fictionalized account of Wilson Edward Reed’s experience growing up Black in the South during the 1950s and ’60s, Junebug is a middle-grade novel that shows how to move beyond hardships.
Children can learn all about Saint Valentine, a man whose life of kindness and love inspires us each year to let others know how much they mean to us.
This devotional looks at the transfiguration of Jesus in depth, giving readers a glorious lens through which to view Jesus during Lent and Easter
‘Twas the Season of Lent is a 40-day devotional and storybook that explores the life, words, and works of Jesus and encourages families to draw closer to God during the Lenten season.
The stunning new picture book by presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman and Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator Christian Robinson
This bold new take on the beloved classic, directed by Blitz Bazawule and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Scott Sanders, and Quincy Jones, ultimately disappointed.
Are you yearning for a Lenten experience more meaningful than giving up chocolate? Do you long for a daily connection with your Savior? If so, this book is for you.
- February 7, 2024|
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The Porter’s Gate has partnered with Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries to create an album of songs about mental health and faith.
As Dana, a young Black woman and aspiring writer, begins to settle in her new home, she finds herself being pulled back and forth in time, emerging at a 19th-century plantation and confronting secrets she never knew ran through her blood.
Movie buff LeMarr Jackson shares his picks for the five best films of 2023
Convinced that the lives of ordinary Black people deserved to be documented, Roy DeCarava celebrated beauty through his photography, a process captured in this exquisite picture book.