As both writers and readers, IVP authors find inspiration in books that have shaped their faith and influenced their calling. Meet some of our featured authors below and learn more about how IVP is committed to lifting up voices of color and women. Check out the IVP Bookshelf video series to hear what they're reading and why these books mean so much to them.
Christine Yi Suh is a writer, spiritual director, and pastor. In her new book Forty Days on Being a Four she explores her Asian American racial identity, Korean culture, womanhood, and faith formation in light of being an Enneagram Four. Christine has served as a pastor of spiritual formation and as the assistant director of spiritual formation and care at Pepperdine University. She and her spouse, David, live with their two children outside of Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Bilbro is the editor-in-chief of Front Porch Republic and associate professor of English at Grove City College. He is the author of several books, including Reading the Times: A Literary and Theological Inquiry into the News, Loving God's Wildness: The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature, and Virtues of Renewal: Wendell Berry's Sustainable Forms.
Heather Thompson Day is a speaker, writer, and associate professor of communication at Colorado Christian University. She runs an online community called I'm That Wife and is the author of six books, including It's Not Your Turn, Confessions of a Christian Wife, and How to Feed the Mediavore. She resides in Littleton, Colorado, with her husband and their three children.