The things your daughter loves today offer clues about the work she might do when she grows up. This book will show that her many interests are expressions of her God-given design and will help her feel excited and confident about the limitless possibilities for the future.
Kings and widows. Daring escapes and quiet songs. A field of fallen grain and a sky full of stars. Together, the characters and stories leading to Jesus’s arrival make a multicultural weaving of love we can celebrate on Christmas and every day of the year.
Teens will discover a Christ-centered approach to antiracism that will empower them to be transformed as they transform their world—with end-of-chapter discussion questions for families and youth groups.
It’s time to go beyond saying “I’m not racist.” It’s time to take action. In Color-Courageous Discipleship Student Edition, Michelle T. Sanchez shows us how racial righteousness was God’s idea in the first place. As Michelle explores antiracism from a biblical perspective, she helps us:
• see how following Jesus and pursuing antiracism naturally go together • understand why this generation is uniquely positioned to seek racial justice and pursue racial equity • speak out with grace, truth, and wisdom—whatever your age or stage in life may be • engage in color-courageous spiritual practices that will strengthen your witness and revitalize your faith [ … ]
Discover a Christ-centered approach to antiracism that will empower you to be transformed as you transform your world.
So you’re for Jesus and against racism. But racism is such a fraught topic—can’t we just talk about Jesus?
Michelle T. Sanchez has discovered through her own journey that it’s impossible to separate racial discipleship from our relationship with God. Color-Courageous Discipleship is our guidebook to a deeper connection with God through the adventure of racial discipleship. Grounded in the gospel, this practical and thought-provoking book:
• reveals multiple ways that the racial dynamics of our society have already formed us • explores what it means to biblically and proactively address racial inequity for the sake of God’s glory • equips us to engage in challenging conversations about racial reconciliation with grace and truth [ … ]
This children’s book from the author of Color-Courageous Discipleship makes the God-inspired dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., accessible to all, helping kids and parents answer God’s call to move from being color-blind to color-brave.
God created a world filled with vibrant variety—and called it good! From flamingos and crows to shooting stars and rainbows—to all our different shades of hair, eyes, and skin—God declared it all very good. Now God calls us to resist racism and proclaim with him how precious all people really are.
With lively rhyming text, this book takes young readers on a biblical and historical journey to discover more about beloved community.
In Different—A Great Thing to Be! Macy embraced the value in differences. Now in Everyone Belongs, she and her sister Tru show how important—and fun!—it is to include all different kinds of people in activities. Because everything is better when everyone adds their talents and joins in!
Can a frustrated composer find new inspiration with the woman who once made his heart sing? From the bestselling author of Freedom’s Song comes a charming romance inspired by a real historical figure.
Four years after leaving town to make a name for himself as a composer, Gilbert Baty has returned temporarily to Falke, Kansas. Now, he’s trying to keep everyone from learning the truth about his disastrous years in New York City. He hopes to start writing music again in Falke, but he can’t help being distracted by Ava Flaming, the brown-eyed baker to whom he was briefly engaged before he ended things—and who still stirs feelings in him he knows he has no right to pursue.
Ava had thought she was past the loss of Gil Baty. But to her dismay, she’s as drawn [ … ]
Kiki loves to write whimsical tales about swashbuckling otters, all-knowing sea cucumbers, and creative cooks named Shmee. Where do her imagination, creativity, and ideas come from? From God. He’s the author of every story, including Kiki’s, and He’s giving her (and you!) a special part of the greatest story ever written.
The New York Times bestselling author and athlete encourages you that it’s possible to find your God-given mission and create a bolder, brighter, more fulfilling life.
“When you take this journey through these pages with Tim, one thing is clear: you’re going to discover purpose wherever you are and leave an impact wherever you go.”—Thomas Rhett Akins
Tim Tebow believes that the secret to a truly meaningful life is not more comfort or ease, but recognizing the clear, unique mission that God has set before you. Having a focused sense of your personal, God-given significance will bring you a lasting sense of purpose. That’s why Mission Possible will help you:
• Identify your priorities • Align your responsibilities • Elevate convictions over emotions [ … ]
A timely resource to equip Christian parents to better understand the roots of racism and provide practical guidance on addressing issues of race within their families
If you wonder how to help your children understand today’s racial dynamics and respond in God-honoring ways, you’re not alone. Practical and engaging, The Race-Wise Family offers immediately applicable action steps to help you raise kingdom-minded kids who will stand against racial injustice as an outpouring of their relationship with God.
Deeply rooted in Scripture, The Race-Wise Family includes
• key biblical insights for understanding a theology of race • discussion questions, prayers, and conversation starters for your whole family • age-appropriate ideas for discussing current events with your kids and teens • guidance for addressing the roots of racial bias in the world and [ … ]