After escaping life in a brothel, Birdie Clarkson sings at revival meetings while feeling unworthy of her new life and of love. But God—and a certain reverend’s son—won’t give up on her. A heartwarming novel based on historical events, from bestselling author Kim Vogel Sawyer.
After stepping into an alternate version of her life, Leona Warlon faces an impossible choice: stay in a world where her child is alive but her tender marriage is gone? Or return to an existence filled with grief, but also profound love?
When you’re waiting for answers to prayer, doubts and worry can creep in. But the season in between life’s big chapters is crucially important, too, and even key to building your faith. Learn how you can deepen your trust in God daily as you embrace The Joy of the In-Between.
The bestselling author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry and Live No Lies is back with a new book! In Practicing the Way, John Mark Comer states that the antidote to a world working overtime to shape us into its image is to become an apprentice of Jesus.
Your work matters for eternity, even in the moments in which you’re not sharing the gospel with your co-workers. Jordan Raynor’s book, The Sacredness of Secular Work, will help you catch an exponentially bigger vision for how your job, whatever it may be, is not in vain!
Author and elementary school teacher, Hà Dinh, offers insight into the refugee experience based on her immigration story from Vietnam to America in her children’s book, Where Wildflowers Grow. The book honors the questions and fears we experience during times of change, encouraging children to keep learning, growing, and dreaming even when we have to say goodbye to what is familiar to us.
Download this free educator’s guide for grades K-3 with pre-reading activities, crafts, and materials for teaching topics on refugees and migration.
Through story, action steps, and guided questions, Healing What You Can’t Erase reveals why transformation beats willpower and self–help, how to recognize and heal a broken spirit, ways to revitalize your mental and emotional well–being, and how inside–out integrated transformation can change your spirit, soul, and body.
The lyrical prayers in Liturgies for Wholeness name our longings—the ache for physical rest, the grief over something we never had, the desire for healing in a relationship—even as they call us to notice the blessing of washing our face and watching nightfall and sink deep into an awareness of God’s presence.