Discover your next favorite author.
InterVarsity Press has a strong tradition of publishing well-known authors, such as Andy Crouch, Shane Claiborne, Ruth Haley Barton, John Stott, Samuel Escobar, Brenda Salter McNeil, James Bryan Smith, and N.T. Wright. But we also give voice to new, up-and-coming authors who build on the IVP heritage.
Tish Harrison Warren is the author of the new book Liturgy of the Ordinary, and she writes regularly for The Well, Her.meneutics, Churchleaders.com, Christ and Pop Culture, Art House America, Mere Orthodoxy, Christianity Today, and more. An Anglican priest, she serves at Resurrection South Austin and also works with InterVarsity Women in the Academy and Professions.
Krish Kandiah is the author of Paradoxology and the founder and director of Home for Good, a charity finding homes for foster children and young refugees. An international speaker, he is the vice president of Tearfund, a Christian relief and development agency. Krish lives in London with his wife, Miriam, and their seven birth, adopted, and foster children.
Suanne Camfield, author of The Sound of a Million Dreams, is women’s director at Christ Church of Oak Brook, where she teaches communities of all ages, preaches an occasional sermon, and speaks at women’s events. She previously served as development director for Caris, a pregnancy resource and counseling center, and she is a founding member of the Redbud Writers Guild.
In addition to writing thoughtful and practical books, many IVP authors are leaders, scholars, and practioners who share their wisdom and knowledge through events and conferences. Check out their organizations and ministries.
Ruth is founding president of the Transforming Center, a spiritual formation ministry to pastors and Christian leaders. A trained spiritual director, teacher, and retreat leader, she has served on the pastoral staff of several churches, including Willow Creek Community Church.
Mako is an internationally renowned visual artist, cultural shaper, speaker, and the director of Fuller Theological Seminary's Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts. He is also the founder of the International Arts Movement.
Ken is a consultant and creative advisor to nonprofits and a sought-after speaker on justice, chuch, and culture. He is the founder of the Justice Conference and the lead pastor of Antioch Church in Bend, Oregon.
Mark and Lisa are cofounders of ReIMAGINE: A Center for Integral Christian Practice. They lead an annual series of retreats, workshops, and projects to help people apply spiritual wisdom to everyday life. They live in the Mission District of San Francisco.
Suzanne is a highly sought-after Enneagram teacher and the cofounder of Life in the Trinity Ministry, a nonprofit, nondenominational ministry committed to the spiritual growth and formation of adults.
Sandra Maria Van Opstal is a leading practitioner of multiethnic worship. She has served as worship director at events across the nation, and she ministers with her husband at Grace and Peace Community in Chicago.