A common happening: a father and son go fishing. But in A Different Pond this simple activity is so much more.
- Author Jim Burns’ goal in writing Understanding Your Teen is to help parents raise kids “who love God and who will one day become responsible adults.”
- Based on a true story, this juvenile novel relates events in England in 1486.
- When author Joshua Jipp set out to examine what Scripture teaches about hospitality to strangers, a resounding theme emerged, namely, “God’s hospitality to us necessarily results in and creates hospitality to others.”
- When Liza Jessie Peterson began teaching full days at Island Academy, the high school for inmates on Rikers Island, she encountered teenage boys who were ...
- Have you ever tried something new and failed? This is the situation Humpty Dumpty faces in After the Fall.
- How did urban sprawl get its start? What do walkable neighborhoods and mixed-use zoning have to do with loving our neighbor?
- Reading Andy Crouch’s The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place could well be the best gift you ever give your family.
- “For me, for all of us, water is a matter of life.”
- Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the plethora of personality types and their corresponding measurements?
- When a massive snowstorm shuts down Brooklyn for several days, the lives of three people intersect in life-altering ways.
- Author Maja Lunde weaves together the stories of three families who live in different places and historical periods, their narratives linked by an unlikely source: bees.
- Christopher Meehan’s book Growing Pains: How Racial Struggles Changed a Church and School documents the impact of a group of African-American parents from Lawndale CRC...
- We asked our reviewers to offer the top five titles they enjoyed most in 2017 in a number of categories.
- In the summer of 1959, 12-year-old Cammie, nicknamed Cannonball, lives above the Hancock County Prison with her father, the warden.
- In December 2012, Tain Gregory was in his third grade class at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., when a 20-year-old man shot and killed 20 children and six adults,...
- Kelley Nikondeha experienced the “sacrament of belonging” early in her life when she was adopted by her parents.
- An oak tree named Red, the narrator of this juvenile novel, has been watching the world go by for more than two centuries.
- The search committee at Granby Presbyterian Church is exhausted; the process of finding a pastor “had become a circus show.
Inspired by Psalm 121, this meaningful children’s picture book relates the story of classmates Jordan and Tanya.
In this sequel to the juvenile novel The War That Saved My Life, 11-year-old Ada is finally able to walk properly after surgery on her clubfoot.
Reflecting on one’s vocation, American writer and theologian Frederick Buechner said, “The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
Humans are created with a deep desire to belong.
- In 1999, 17-year-old Francisco thinks he’s got it rough in his family’s cramped home, where his father continually encourages him to study hard and make something of his life.