Why do you write? Why specifically for young people? Read More ›
On June 17th, join Jeffrey Overstreet, Christianity Today’s senior film critic, as he shares how movies inspired and rejuvenated his faith and transformed the way that he hears God speaking in the world Read More ›
A lot of you may be familiar with Sara Masarik’s Plumfield and Paideia blog and the Potato Peel Pie Book Community on Facebook. If not, keep reading. This month they are beginning a series of reading quests Read More ›
Jennifer Trafton’s can’t-keep-’em-in-stock, best-selling, kid-pleasing, monkey-sneezing*, middle-grade reader Henry and the Chalk Dragon is now available on Kindle. And TODAY ONLY, it’s just 99 cents! Already read it? Review it here! Read More ›
Today is Doug McKelvey’s birthday, and he’s decided to give all of you a gift. Wish him well, open it up, and enjoy. Click here for your present.
We just updated the campaign page with a video in which Andrew Peterson and author Doug McKelvey talk about the genesis of the Every Moment Holy project and even give a few peeks at some of the liturgies the book will contain.
We just updated the campaign page with a video in which Andrew Peterson and author Doug McKelvey talk about the genesis of the project and even give a few peeks at some of the liturgies the book will contain. All donations will be matched during the month of May! Help us make this project as beautiful as possible. Read More ›
With our new membership program, each quarter we’re sending a gift to our members as a way of saying thank you for helping us do what we do. If you were a member for at least 2 out of the 3 months of the first quarter, check your mailbox. Read More ›
Ghost of a King was one of our favorite albums of last year, and we’re super excited to hear about this new project. Here’s what David and Licia have to say about it:
Community has been a huge part of The Gray Havens over the past four years. Our listeners have hosted Read More ›
Randall Goodgame, he of the Slugs and Bugs, has lately taken to hanging out at the monkey bars to talk theology with the big kids. He also comes armed with the best ’80s TV theme song since The Facts of Life. Read More ›
If you’re looking for something new to listen to, check out the new album from Nashville-based singer-songwriter Emily Roig. Refuge just hit the streets this morning and she’s streaming the entire record. Click through to listen. And visit EmilyRoig.com for more information. Read More ›