Summary: Glasgow synth-rock band Chvrches offers an album that realistically addresses the present and is hopeful for a more loving and empathetic future.
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Giller Prize-winner Michael Ondaatje delivers a well-crafted tale of intrigue.
This intense young adult novel dealing with child abuse and the prison system powerfully calls for a more redemptive way forward for all people.
The hope-filled memoir of the “napalm girl” attests to the mysterious power of God to turn evil to good.
Dorhmann’s book offers food for thought regarding the place of sports in our lives.
The Dating Project is an enlightening look at an important part of life that has changed radically in the last decades.
Leon Bridges’ second album finds a voice all his own.
Diana Butler Bass takes a deeper look at gratitude.
This picture book is an inspiring portrait of the ways a librarian continued to serve her students even as they were sent to internment camps.
This documentary reveals the character and vision of Fred Rogers, who saw the image of God in everyone.
God has given us the gift and the power of words; how can we use them redemptively?
A poignant yet magical tale about loss for middle readers.
Incredibles 2 is a family-supportive movie that reminds viewers we are stronger when we work together.
A “recovering missionary’s daughter” reflects on the complexities of the mission field.
The animated show based on the best-selling book series will premiere its second season on June 26.
Most readers of My Utmost for His Highest have no idea of the role Biddy Chambers played in bringing it to fruition.
Rapper and preacher Jackie Hill Perry shares part of her spiritual journey with listeners on her latest album.
In this picture book, two children enjoy all the things they encounter in a day the Lord has made.
When theologian Kate Bowler was diagnosed with cancer, she began to consider in a new, more personal way why bad stuff happens to us.
The founder of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast gives good reasons and great suggestions for reading aloud to children.
The story of MercyMe frontman Bart Millard doesn’t hide from the darkness and pain of abuse, yet it is full of hope for forgiveness and grace.
Moberly’s defense of the Bible recognizes that we cannot assume that people outside the church will take the Bible seriously just because it’s God’s Word.
Mat Kearney is an underrated musician who crafts lyrics that stand out as unique yet are universally true.