Category Archives: Books and Reviews
Parents should serve as partners in a truth-seeking mission, not as prison sentinels ‘keeping watch’ over a potentially dangerous inmate.
Russell Moore reveals what’s on his nightstand, books he re-reads, his favorite fiction, and more.
Matt Chandler reveals what’s on his nightstand, books he re-reads, his favorite biographies, and more.
Some would say that cultural engagement is not a proper goal for Christians. That would be a mistake.
As a mom, this book was the perfect word of truth and encouragement my weary heart needed.
The end of March marked the sixty-fifth anniversary of C.S. Lewis completing The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the first book in the Chronicles of Narnia series.
There is no calamity like the silence of God.
Thriving at college begins in the home. Parents, here’s how you can prepare your teen for college.
Drilling through icy layers of familiarity, Wilson takes us on a fresh journey of discovery among the stories of the Galilean God-man.
Writing is a great impetus for learning and research, as well as critical thinking and creativity.