This intergenerational story about curiosity and friendship celebrates libraries while also sparking conversations about homelessness. Not Pop-Pop shows that no matter how young we are, we can transform the world with simple acts of kindness and respect.
This happy tale about a boy, a barnyard, and a bubble bath is a joyful new rendition of the African American spiritual “I’m Goin’a Sing When the Spirit Says Sing.” The story invites children to create versions of the lyrics that are spirited, fun, and meaningful to them.
Bestselling author Andrew Peterson knows how to write spellbinding adventures. Now younger kids can come along for the ride! In The Prince of Yorsha Doon, an independent, cautious boy embarks upon a bold quest and finds a couple of quirky friends that are worth the risk
Discover the divine joys of “ordinary” moments with Tama Fortner’s thought-provoking new devotional, Everyday Joys.
When you experience moments of feeling empty, may the 40 Abundant Grace devotions allow space in the day for you to be filled!
The New York Times bestselling author of Be the Bridge calls people of faith to confront the historical inequities that still exist in so many American institutions—from our legal system and media to our schools and churches—and offers a path toward a better future.
Through wisdom born of her experience as an abuse survivor and victim advocate, author Jennifer Michelle Greenberg offers a life-changing roadmap to letting go of toxic positivity and embracing God’s otherworldly joy
When God made the world and all that is in it, He chose to use beautifully diverse colors! Each hue, dark to light, can show us new ways of experiencing God’s unconditional love and faithfulness. This upbeat, rhyming adventure invites children to celebrate the colors God made—and to feel that love and share it with others.
Discover America’s four political religions and why Jesus is crashing them all.