Beyond the Page

Permission to be Black: A Conversation with AD Thomason (beyond-the-page): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSI almost didn’t read Permission to be Black because I knew that I—a white man—was not the primary audience. But as the father of […]

Jewel of the Nile Tessa Afshar

Jewel of the Nile – Tessa Afshar

Chariline has always been different, her caramel skin and dark, curled hair easily identifying her as part Cushite. When she overhears that her birth father is still alive—a fact about which her relatives had lied—she […]

Aftermath Terri Blackstock 2

Aftermath – Terri Blackstock

Some books are marathons. Others are a flat-out sprint. Aftermath is the latter: a focused, pulse-pounding, action-packed thriller that will make you wish you could read faster then leave you exhausted, satisfied, yet a bit […]

Brave by Faith Alistair Begg 2

Brave by Faith – Alistair Begg

Brave by Faith is subtitled God-sized Confidence in a Post-Christian World. The primary theme of Begg’s teaching is that, even as the world grows more secular, we should hold on to our faith because God […]


A Brief Theology of Periods – Rachel Jones

I am not the target audience for A Brief Theology of Periods. Yet, the title intrigued me and I’m all for destigmatizing and demystifying the cultural taboos that keep us from being healthy, well-educated, confident, […]

Where'd My Giggle Go Max Lucado
Children's Books

Where’d My Giggle Go? – Max Lucado

Max Lucado’s words to adults are inspirational, heart-warming, comforting, and wise. But did you know that he’s also written forty-three books for children and teens? Where’d My Giggle Go? is a whimsical, sing-songy exploration of […]