These are offerings from creators we appreciate, updated each month with at least one or two new offerings from new creators. We’ll feature ebooks, journals, albums, digital magazines, comics, and anything else we can cram onto the internet for your enjoyment. And they're all free for Christ and Pop Culture members. Click here for more information about becoming a member.


As I Recall by Casey Tygrett, Free for CAPC Members

Casey Tygrett encourages us to see that every memory—when we engage it in the presence of Jesus—belongs to our lives, and to our story.

Thy Geekdom Come, ed. Allison Alexander and Casey L. Covel, Free for CAPC Members

What’s inside this book of “fandom-inspired devotionals” is just as quirky, clever, and fun as the title.

Competing Spectacles by Tony Reinke, Free for CAPC Members

Reinke wants to help readers not be manipulated and enthralled by the spectacles of our media age. Instead, he shows that we see the greatest spectacle of all in the Cross.

The Common Rule by Justin Earley, Free for CAPC Members

Earley coined his rule of life “The Common Rule” because it was intended for the common American—those who, like Earley, find themselves buying into American habits that divert us from the practices of Christ and toward the practices of achievement.

7 Myths about Singleness by Sam Allberry, Free for CAPC Members

7 Myths about Singleness casts a vision for how being single is not a second rate path in the kingdom of God.

Hermanas by Natalia Kohn Rivera, Noemi Vega Quiñones, and Kristy Garza Robinson, Free for CAPC Members

Hermanas explores the lives of women from the Bible, weaving the truths from their narratives in with the experience of the modern Latina woman.

You Welcomed Me by Kent Annan, Free for CAPC Members

You Welcomed Me is a slender, but powerful, meditation for Christians living in relative economic, political, and spiritual comfort, challenging us to reflect on how we think about the strangers who live—or seek to live—among us.

The Passion of the King of Glory by Russ Ramsey, Free for CAPC Members

Reading about Christ’s life in a new format is a refreshing reminder of what His sacrifice means for our lives.

The First Days of Jesus by Andreas Köstenberger and Alexander Stewart, Free for CAPC Members

Readers are able to experience the supposedly familiar early chapters of Matthew, Luke, and John with new eyes.

Can We Trust the Gospels? by Peter Williams, Free for CAPC Members

This book is great short read on the trustworthiness of the Gospels, and perhaps a good read to share as Advent turns our culture’s attention to these same documents.

Breaking the Marriage Idol by Kutter Callaway, Free for CAPC Members

Marriage should not be the norm that orients the communal life of the church.

The Ten Commandments by Kevin DeYoung, Free for CAPC Members

If we want to truly love God and love others, the Ten Commandments are good first words for guiding us into a life that does just that.

Scientism and Secularism by J. P. Moreland, Free for CAPC Members

Christians need to grow in both the knowledge that science can provide us about God’s world, as well as the reasons why science isn’t the only path to knowledge.

Raise Your Voice by Kathy Khang, Free for CAPC Members

Balancing compassion with firmness, Khang leads her readers through the current morass of social media, and offers a thoughtful and constructive way forward for those who want to do more than seethe on the sidelines.

Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles? by Ian Hutchinson, Free for CAPC Members

In Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles, Ian Hutchinson faces the prodding of scholars and Christians alike, holding faith up to academic inquiry and in turn guiding Christians into more detailed understanding of the world.

Remember Death by Matthew McCullough, Free for CAPC Members

Matthew McCullough suggests that death awareness allows us to find joy in the problems of this world.