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InterVarsity Press is pleased to announce that Library Journal selected Birthing Hope by Rachel Marie Stone for its 2018 Best Books list.
Outreach Magazine named four InterVarsity Press titles among its 2013 Outreach Resources of the Year. Nearly 160 resources published between November 1, 2011, and October 31, 2012, were submitted to Outreach for consideration. Outreach editors narrowed the field to 111 and placed them in categories.
Getting old is weird, and the transition from young adult to full-blown adult can be brutal. Trying to navigate this very formative decade can just be straight up challenging. Sharing insights from her book The Gap Decade, author Katie Schnack gives five tips for twenty-somethings trying to be "real adults."
Steve Hayner was healthy and fit and serving as president of Columbia Seminary when he found out he had pancreatic cancer. He and his wife, Sharol, embarked on a journey together with their children that soon included tens of thousands of visits from friends and acquaintances via CaringBridge. The overwhelming response to their posts on this website attested to the surprising and engaging way that they chose to live in the face of death. In the fall of 2015 InterVarsity Press will be releasing a compilation of those posts in the book Joy in the Journey: Finding Abundance in the Shadow of Death by Steve and Sharol Hayner.
Want more context as you begin to study Mark? This introduction will give you the background you need as you read the Daily Quiet Time Bible Study. We hope you continue to discover the riches of Scripture and draw closer to God as you join the millions who have used this free devotional resource.
Recognizing the challenges seminary students face as they graduate, Fuller Seminary and its president, Mark Labberton, are doing all they can to arm Fuller faculty, staff, students and graduates with Labberton's new book, Called: The Crisis and Promise of Following Jesus Today.
Revolution of Values by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove was chosen as the 2019 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year in the Political and Social Sciences category.
If you had told Antipas Harris when he was a child that he would grow up to write a book, he would likely have doubted you. As a boy in the deep South, from a poor family, he struggled with learning disabilities and could not have imagined the paths down which God would take him. Despite the personal and structural barriers he faced, he was ultimately faithful to the tasks put before him, resulting in his writing Is Christianity the White Man's Religion?