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.


How Does Sanctification Work? by David Powlison, Free for CAPC Members

David Powlison dispels the myth that there is a “key to sanctification” and then lays the biblical groundwork for spiritual growth.

When Changing Nothing Changes Everything by Laurie Polich Short, Free for CAPC Members

In her book When Changing Nothing Changes Everything, Laurie Polich Short gives us insight into living life fully, whatever our circumstances.

Deliverance & Doubt by South of Royal, Free for CAPC Members

Deliverance & Doubt by South of Royal is a clean collection of synth-pop/rock songs with catchy hooks that would feel at home on any new Hillsong or Coldplay album.

12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You by Tony Reinke, Free for CAPC Members

In 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You, Tony Reinke presents the pitfalls of smartphone use and suggests a practical way forward.

Struck by Russ Ramsey, Free for CAPC Members

Death’s party-crashing ways are detailed in a new book by Russ Ramsey, titled Struck: One Christian’s Reflections on Encountering Death.

Reset by David Murray, Free for CAPC Members

Reset is an excellent example of taking the fruits of common grace psychology and integrating them into a practical theology for Christians.

Paradoxology by Krish Kandiah, Free for CAPC Members

Paradoxology provides an apologetic for uncertainty and a defense of discomfort.

Gospel Fluency by Jeff Vanderstelt, Free for CAPC Members

In Gospel Fluency, Jeff Vanderstelt wants to help every believer speak the gospel in the stuff of everyday life.

Comfort Detox by Erin Straza, Free for CaPC Members

Comfort Detox is a valuable stepping stone for people who are disquieted with their own excess but are not sure what to do next.