Big news dropped June 24, inspiring us to rejoice in stories about the wonders of human life, pre-born and beyond.
Create your personal library to glorify Jesus, preserve great books, showcase God's creative gifts, and grant a legacy to your friends today and children tomorrow.
Speaker, teacher, and homeschool graduate Ethan Nunn helps us explore why families flock to Christian fantastical authors at homeschool events.
For centuries Christians have confessed their faith as individuals, churches, and other groups, so here's what we believe at Lorehaven.
114. What If The Abolition of Man Became A Political Thriller? | The Testimony of Calvin Lewis with Daniel Friend
Daniel Friend joins us to explore how experimental memory technology might abolish man.
113. What If You Learned Bible Lessons from Singing Veggies and Dead Sea Squirrels? | with Mike Nawrocki
From absent hairbrushes, to kitchen-based boy bands, to Merle and Pearl Squirrel freshly thawed from the first century, Mike Nawrocki shares his stories.
Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader. Spider-Man vs. Venom. Superman vs. General Zod. Each tries to save his people and also his enemy, but with different results.
Some children or teens have the strange superpower of speed-reading books, which can include many idols but also graces.
Zack believes more readers will soon clamor for Christian-made fantastical novels, while Stephen thinks this optimism might be premature.
Christians learn through stories and music, so if churches already have music pastors, perhaps we could add "story pastors" to help us cultivate, shepherd, and create great fiction.