Jolina Petersheim is the bestselling author of The Alliance, The Midwife, and The Outcast, which Library Journal called “outstanding . . .
Bracket Madness season is upon us, so it’s time you cast your votes for your favorite book from 2018! This is the final round of voting.
Missional Motherhood by Gloria Furman
Sadly, motherhood is no longer a popularly celebrated calling. We do everything that we can to delay it, ignore it, and/or be “limited” by it.
I couldn’t change her fate, but then I didn’t want to. I just wanted the honor of telling her story.
by Allison Pittman, author of The Seamstress
Most of my novels come from small places.
My desire in my novels is to take the reader into the world of what is and what might be.
By Joel C.
The Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel
In a culture full of distractions and want, even the Church has looked at the Sabbath as a day to get things done. Go to church. Pick up groceries. Do laundry.
Mom made reading a treat. Like most kids, I’d pester her for my favorite things. After my fiftieth request for a new Hot Wheels car, she finally said, “Tell you what—I’ll buy you any book you want.
Today marks two years of The Arc! Thank you for your loyal readership, and for sharing your thoughts about your favorite posts. Here’s a list of some of the most popular articles from 2018.