Drowning in clutter and a crazy schedule, Rachelle Crawford assumed you had to be naturally organized to be tidy. Then she found messy minimalism, which is less about perfection and more about purpose. With empathy and humor, Crawford lays out strategies for curbing consumption, decluttering, and finding lots more joy. Becoming a messy minimalist is not about pristine countertops. It's simply about carrying fewer things so that we find ourselves holding only what truly matters.
A Bible full of surprises for God's youngest children.
A gift set perfect for celebrating the arrival of a new baby!
The prayer that Jesus taught to his disciples is one of the most famous sacred texts in the world, and is now in pop-up form.
Women who don't fit in amid cultural expectations, because of life transitions or changes in their body, mind, or gender identity, are carving out new ways of being in and remaking the world. Drawing on the wisdom of women mystics, this book explores how transitional eras can be both spiritually challenging and excitingly freeing. Ultimately, we see how these in-between times lead us to reinvented ways of seeing ourselves and changing the world.
The height of the AIDS crisis in the United States in the 1980s and 1990s left many profound stories that remained untold. In Hidden Mercy, gay Catholic journalist Michael O'Loughlin uncovers the stories of Catholics who at great personal cost chose compassion. A compelling picture of those who responded to human suffering with mercy, offering insights for LGBTQ and other people of faith struggling to find a home in religious communities today.
Jesus ascended to heaven. End of story. But then how do we explain the Christians, in nearly every century since, who claimed to have seen, heard, met, and touched Jesus in the flesh? In Seeing Jesus, Robert Hudson ponders characters throughout Christian history who have encountered the actual face of the resurrected Christ.
A young boy asks where God is in his city. His grandma shows him that where love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control are, there too is God.
Prayers don't have to sound holy to be holy! Author Rebecca Ninke teamed up with her ten-year-old daughter for this funny, honest reflection on the importance of prayer in everyday life.
It's the day of the big race and Hal wants to win. After a frustrating start, Hal learns to celebrate how we all grow at our own pace.
Following the success of Fierce, Alice Connor returns to introduce a new group of women from the Bible, some whose names we know, others who go unnamed. Connor invites us to see them not as players in a man's story, but as foremothers of the faith.
Skillfully drawn by the author, these women's stories are challenging and beautiful. When we read their stories, we see not only their particular, formidable lives but also our own.
Uri has a fun day ahead and doesn't want to miss anything. Sometimes the fun gets to be too much! Children learn ways to calm down on too-busy days.
When Hal the hedgehog starts shedding his quills, it's a prickly situation for the Frolic friends!
Hal the hedgehog is shy. When a new kid comes around, he'll have to learn how to make a new friend so they can all have fun together.
We live in an age uniquely attentive to the problem of mental illness. More than half of us will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in our lifetime. All Who Are Weary is not a map to a cure, nor a perfectly restorative prayer. Rather, Emmy Kegler joins the reader on the long walk of reflection, understanding, and compassion, trusting in the promise of a lighter load for us all.
Be prepared for anything! Stock your youth room with a book that equips youth to wrestle with tough questions, find devotional time, read about heroic women of the Bible, and learn about Jesus's world.
A perfect gift for infant baptism or any occasion for remembering baptism, On the Day You Were Baptized is sure to be a treasured keepsake for children and families long after that special day.
I Can Praise God helps young children learn to make a joyful noise unto the Lord - loud or reverent, active or calm, there are many ways to praise God.
"They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it. Death cannot kill what never dies." William Penn With classic texts from the Bible...
Host an Easter event for children ages 3-10 to celebrate the miracle of Jesus' resurrection.
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