Two books shine a long-overdue spotlight on the Christian convictions of the man who broke baseball’s color barrier.
As the song goes, “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage.” The same could be said about marriage and prayer. Even the happiest of couples will experience significant struggle, but those who turn to God will find what they need to weather such storms.
Sanya Richards-Ross won Olympic Gold medals in 2004, 2008, and 2012 and was considered the best 400-meter female runner for over a decade. Her latest book, Chasing Grace: What the Quarter Mile Has Taught Me about God and Life (Zondervan), explores her spiritual journey through both victories and failures—losing and winning races, facing disappointments in relationships on […]
Nobel literature laureate Toni Morrison is collecting another prestigious prize.
On her path to happily ever after, Sarah Jakes Roberts doesn’t want to leave anybody behind.
The accumulation of wealth seems an odd obsession for followers of a penniless carpenter executed by an empire 2 millennia ago. Yet, Christian churches that preach a gospel of prosperity continue to expand across the United States.
Colson Whitehead, author of the 2016 National Book Award-winning novel The Underground Railroad, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction Monday.
A celebrity once beloved among young people now finds himself on a list of books parents and other community members most wish to see removed from libraries: Bill Cosby.
Patricia C. McKissack, a children’s author who chronicled African American history and Southern folklore in more than 100 early-reader and picture books, including award-winning works about chicken-coop monsters and a girl’s attempt to catch the wind, died April 7 at a hospital in Bridgeton, Mo. She was 72.
Artist Lawrence Lindell wanted black girls to know they have much more value than a lack of media visibility and derisive comments from peers may lead them to believe.