In their debut children’s book, authors Victoria Robb Powers and Cameron Mason Vickrey seek to share a simple message: “My Love, God is Everywhere.”
Former pastor Curtis Chang knows about anxiety, but he also knows Jesus, and his journey with both is the subject of his new book, “The Anxiety Opportunity: How Worry is the Doorway to Your Best Self.”
In their new book, “Going to School in Gaza: Lessons Learned in Thirty Years of Service in the Middle East,” Alabama Baptists Paul and Harriet Lawrence write about their time living and serving among Palestinians in a difficult time.
About 1 in 10 people have experienced infertility. A new devotional, “Waiting in Hope: 31 Reflections for Walking with God Through Infertility,” seeks to provide hope and support to those individuals in the grief journey.
In her new book “The Evangelical Imagination,” author and professor Karen Swallow Prior urges contemporary believers to consider our “social imagination.”
Birmingham-based illustrator and author Amy Grimes says remembering her identity is in Christ helps her persevere through artistic challenges.
Car rider line. Those three little words inspire a range of memories and emotions, not the least of which is the constant hustle mothers face.
Though midlife can be full of stress, author and speaker Dawn Barton shows in her recent release “Midlife Battle Cry: Redefining the Mighty Second Half”