Review: The Boy from the House of Bread

A creative story for 4 to 7-year-olds showcasing the marvels of Christ from a child’s perspective.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 10.17.2022

The Green Ember: A Story for Souls

Here are three reasons why the series has been so powerful for us, and why it might be for you, too.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 10.26.2023

Review: North! Or Be Eaten

North! Or Be Eaten is an excellent follow-up to the first book, packed full of adventure, character development, and biblical allusions for those with eyes to see.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 08.24.2023

A New Graphic Novel Adaptation of The Golden Key

The Golden Key will enchant imaginations as much as it will cast a spell on the soul, for children and parents alike.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 08.04.2023

The Hobbit: Leaving Home and Going Home

As much bravery as it takes to leave home, maybe it takes even more to go home, to return permanently to the presence of the God who bore you on his breath.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 07.13.2023

Review of The Light Princess by George MacDonald

This edition from the Rabbit Room Press is a work of art.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 06.22.2023

All Things Bright and Beautiful

These are the books that plant seeds that will germinate later in life. And they set up the choice for our kids that they’ll need to make someday: Is God present as Creator and sustainer, or is he not?

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 05.12.2023

We Need Liturgies for Daily Life

For anyone who craves daily reminders of the weight of glory

By Remley Gorsuch | 04.21.2023

Echo Island

This mystery book for teens hits on important themes for the Christian life.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 10.17.2022

A Family Favorite Picture-Book on Jesus' Care and Identity

If the best Christian children’s books distill rich theological truths in delightfully simple ways, The Storm that Stopped does this masterfully.

By Faith Chang | 10.14.2022

The Lord of the Rings: Why It’s a Classic

Tolkien has created another world, not merely a story. And that leaves plenty of room for you and your kids to delve deeper into Middle Earth.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 02.09.2023

The Forgotten King: A Faithful and Creative Portrayal of Spiritual Realities

Eloquent, accessible, beautifully illustrated, and—most importantly—engaging for kids.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 01.19.2023

The Story of God with Us: A Biblical Theology of Presence

We have now and will have in the glorious future what we’ve always longed for: a dwelling place with God.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 03.03.2023

A Work of Beauty and Brilliance: A Review of On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness

I haven’t enjoyed a fiction series this much with my kids since we read Chronicles of Narnia.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 12.01.2022

Tracing Glory

I enjoy the traditions and rhythms that make the sometimes abstract truths of Scripture more real in my own heart and the hearts of my children

By Remley Gorsuch | 09.16.2022

Fathers, Read the Bible With Your Kids

A father's positive role in a child's walk with Christ can hardly be overstated

By Remley Gorsuch | 10.17.2022

7 Principles for Raising Kids in a Hyper-Sexualized World

Seven principles that will help you lead your children through the wilderness of 21st Century sexuality

By Remley Gorsuch | 10.13.2022


What a blessing to be able to pass on to the next generation not just a few dollars, a few cookies, and toys—but Christ, our only sure and certain hope.

By Rhonda Currie | 09.16.2022

5 Reasons We Love Wherever You Go, I Want You to Know

By Remley Gorsuch | 09.19.2022

30 Prophecies, One Story

Warning: this is not your typical kid's book

By Josiah Pettit | 09.16.2022

When Santa Learned the Gospel

Christ doesn’t want to delete the world; he wants to redeem it.

By Pierce Taylor Hibbs | 09.16.2022

The Serpent Slayer and the Scroll of Riddles

“It’s really great!”

By Remley Gorsuch | 09.16.2022

The Biggest Story Bible Storybook

"Praise God that he remembers his covenant, even when we forget."

By Josiah Pettit | 06.14.2022

God Made Me and You

This powerful little book reads like Dr. Seuss but with a much more important message.

By Kyle Whitgrove | 09.06.2022