Books can be more than just casual reading—if you let them, they can serve as a catalyst for action and growth. Addressing the important topics we're facing today, IVP books are known for thoughtful, scriptural, culturally engaged content.
While many faith-based organizations desire to have women in positions of leadership, they still fail to embody a culture that invites and celebrates gender equity. Offering practical steps for leadership teams, board members, and managers, Beth Birmingham and Eeva Simard identify organizational changes that will create a belonging culture.
Is it wrong to doubt? Many Christians assume that doubt will lead us further away from God. However, Professor and philosopher Travis Dickinson says that doubt is an important step on the way. It's possible to wander toward God as we ask our questions honestly. As we do, we'll discover the truth, goodness, and beauty of God waiting for us.
Jenny Booth Potter knew as a young adult that racism could no longer be tolerated. But what exactly could she do? With candor and humility, Jenny shares her journey of growing in awareness, reckoning with her own white privilege, and learning how to be an antiracism advocate. For anyone overwhelmed by the enormity of racism, this book shows what everyday antiracism looks like.
Two common temptations lure us away from abundant living: withdrawing into safety and grasping for power. However, with the characteristic insight, memorable stories, and hopeful realism he is known for, Andy Crouch argues that true flourishing comes when strength and weakness are combined in every human life and community.
Some see missions as the story of heroes and martyrs; others see only colonialism and missionary disasters. How do we respond to God's call to mission in this new era? Craig Greenfield offers a radically different way of doing missions, calling outsiders called to crosscultural contexts to be humble alongsiders in the work God is already doing.