Trash: A Poor White Story – Cedar Monroe

They say we are trash people. White trash. That’s the opening to Cedar Monroe’s memoir/study of how white supremacy and capitalism has harmed poor white rural America—all while convincing them it is their savior. Monroe […]


The Servant Lawyer: Facing the Challenges of Christian Faith in Everyday Law Practice – Richard F. Cochran Jr.

This thoughtful, well-written book explores how lawyers can integrate their faith with their work. Richard F. Cochran Jr. writes from the perspective of an attorney and a law school professor, and he shows that even […]


The Hiding Place: A Graphic Novel – Corrie ten Boom, Elizabeth Sherrill, John Sherrill, Mario DeMatteo, and Ismael Castro

This graphic novel adaptation of the bestselling memoir The Hiding Place is incredibly powerful. It will introduce a new generation to Corrie ten Boom’s powerful testimony of faith, perseverance, and resistance against evil, and the […]


What Are You Going to Do?: The Inspiring Story of Everett Swanson and the Founding of Compassion International – Eric Wilson and Matt Bronleewe

This powerful biography tells the story of how Everett Swanson founded the ministry that is now known as Compassion International. The biography begins with his childhood and teen years, and portrays his experiences with faith […]