A prequel to When Helping Hurts, this book lays a foundation for why God wants all his created beings to flourish.
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Film tells the fascinating if not complete backstory of J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings.
With a gentle 1970s vibe, this British prog rock outfit takes a musical world tour.
A memoir-like journey of 20 years of teaching world religions wonders aloud what Christianity may be missing.
A young boy honors his family’s ancestral land with a perfect tribute.
The Middle Eastern fable returns as a live-action film, with an empowered Jasmine and a positive cultural representation.
Drawing from a childhood lung sickness, the UK’s Martin Smith sings about the breath of God.
A lyrical children’s book empowers all readers to listen to their hearts in this ode to love and self-acceptance.
Part travelogue, part foodie memoir, Margaret Feinberg explores God’s gift of food.
Beyoncé’s double release of a Netflix documentary and live album educates, empowers, and entertains.
With luminous illustrations, Robert Frost’s iconic poem is set in a picture book for the first time.
Canadians engage in a week of lively national literary debate hosted by the CBC.
A six-hour miniseries details the lives, loves, and losses of a riveting cast of iconic characters.
The veteran rock band’s fourth album includes themes of religion, harmony, and hypocrisy.
Illustrated songs by the late Mister Rogers convey to children that they are treasured.
Owens’ near-death experience last year informs empowering, faith-boosting lyrics.
The life of Simon Peter shows how God makes amazing use of flawed disciples.
Joanna Gaines presents a lyrical children’s book about the joys and challenges of gardening.
Superheroes take a victory lap in this fan-focused finale to the Marvel saga.
A valuable resource for parents, educators, church leaders, and anyone who wants to guide children in the ways of biblical justice.
Loosely based on historical events, a Lithuanian girl named Mulan disguises herself as a soldier and fights injustice in 1423.
South Florida rappers track their rise and fall through a lens of faith.
Breakthrough won’t win any awards, but the inspiration factor is through the roof.
In Ruth Reichl’s latest memoir, she comes to examine who she is—with or without the trappings of success.