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Newest Releases

Coming hot off the presses and into your hands, these books are our most recent or anticipated releases.

Erin M. Straza
Christopher J. H. Wright
Makoto Fujimura
Krish Kandiah
David P. Leong
James M. Todd III
Terry Linhart
Edited by Nathan A. Finn and Keith S. Whitfield
Russ Ramsey
Michael Frost and Christiana Rice
Christopher J. H. Wright

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More than ten million readers have enjoyed Robert Boyd Munger's spiritually challenging meditation on Christian discipleship. 

"Prepare to be encouraged, inspired, stretched, and wrung out by Barefoot. This enriching novel reveals God's transforming presence in the lives of four imperfect but beloved friends. Don't miss it."

—Amy Boucher Pye, author of Finding Myself in Britain

"I love Adele Calhoun's book Coloring the Psalms. It's where spiritual direction meets coloring, meets the psalms. What an effective way to slow life down and reflect, all while enjoying the art of coloring."

—Anita Lustrea, podcaster, media coach, spiritual director, and author

Now thoroughly revised and expanded, this classic booklet by Charles E. Hummel offers ideas and illustrations for effective time management.

"Pray for the World is a valuable tool to assist us in global disciple making. Incredibly informative, well-written, easy-to-understand and to-the-point, this book is a helpful guide as we work to carry out the Great Commission. Read it, keep it close by, and pray, pray, pray!"

—J. D. Payne, PhD, pastor of church multiplication, The Church at Brook Hills, Birmingham, Alabama

We all want a faith that won't let us down in times of trouble or loss, uncertainty or fear. A faith that can pull us through the worst—and best—times in our lives. This is the kind of faith that James writes about.

"I'm so thrilled that this book exists. The Enneagram has absolutely changed my understanding of how to love the people in my life, deepened the quality of my marriage, and given me a vision for the person God designed me to be. This book makes the Enneagram easy to understand, with helpful stories, humor, warmth, and clear language. I'll need a case, at least."

—Shauna Niequist, author of Present Over Perfect

This LifeGuide study explores ways of conversing with God in the midst of things, so we can see our day's work as the joyful service of kneeling before Jesus.

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"If you want to see the church through a radically different lens and recover the vision of how ordinary Christians working together in the neighborhood can become the greatest hope for change in these fractured and fragmented times, then this book is your guide."

—Tim Soerens, cofounder and director, Parish Collective, coauthor of The New Parish

"What a gift! Called is fine food for both the head and the heart. [Labberton] extends a compelling invitation to live out the large life of Jesus in a world that is at once both beautiful and broken. . . . It can only be lived in the close company of others who have heard the call of Jesus to simply 'Follow me.'"

Denny Rydberg, president, Young Life