The burden of guilt and shame caused Sokolov to carry his story of being the “tattooist of Auschwitz” in secrecy for 50 years.
This picture book highlights the glory and goodness of God’s creation and the love Saint Francis poured out on all creatures.
In this accessible, inspiring book, author John Ortberg contrasts two ways of thinking about Jesus’ gospel.
Khang boldly unfolds how having no space to speak is not only a justice issue but a limitation on what it is to experience the fullness of imago Dei—being an image-bearer of God.
This captivating juvenile novel shows that ordinary people who aren’t making the headlines, many young girls among them, are nevertheless changing the world for the better.
We asked our reviewers to offer their five favorite titles of 2018 in a number of categories.
In this fast-paced, adventurous, and thought-provoking juvenile novel, author Lauren Wolk has created memorable, complex characters.
Foles shares his faith without forcing it on people. His personality, especially his humility, comes through in the narrative.
In this surprise-filled novel for adults, author Esi Edugyan offers profound insights into the hearts of people both enslaved and free and portrays the vast reaches of the earth, contrasting immense beauty with stark harshness.
Merritt explores how we can use sacred words in fresh, Spirit-led ways to communicate the power and beauty of the gospel in today's world.
This intriguing, culturally sensitive novel explores, among other things, the ramifications of immigration.
Tell us, what are you reading? Christine Fabiszewski sent us this review of a novel about the Netherlands during World War II.
Hendrix uses striking illustrations and bold graphic design to tell this powerful story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a man of faith.
Based on true events, Women Talking is a powerful testament to the yearning for justice evident in those who are oppressed.
This history of the Holocaust includes the names and faces of those who resisted it, and even the Christian Reformed Church in the Netherlands comes up.
Intricate and whimsical illustrations bring the familiar Christmas carol to life in this beautiful picture book.
In her sequel to Raymie Nightingale, DiCamillo peels away the layers to reveal Louisiana’s story and presents readers with a heartbreakingly tender, wise, humorous, and resilient protagonist.
Banner reader and pastor Lou Wagenveld offers his review of a compilation of essays on the Holy Land.
Joe Gunn’s book doesn’t answer the question of how churches should deal with politics; instead, it tells stories of social justice work by Canadian churches.
This book stands out as a fresh approach for people who struggle with the impact of broken sexuality and pornography addiction.
Barbara Kingsolver’s new novel explores the human need to find shelter: to be loved and cared for, and to find meaning and a place in community.
A winsome tale of a boy who misses his grandfather and meets him again in his imagination.
We always love hearing from our readers! Patricia Ramsden sent in this review of a new Christmas picture book.
In this emotionally charged juvenile novel, young readers will encounter the life-changing repercussions of bullying.