Read articles and interviews on topics related to the history and culture of IVP, brought to you by IVP Extra.
Are publishers releasing books that readers are actually looking for? We wanted to find out what Christian readers had to say, so we asked: "What book do you wish existed?" What we discovered is that there are subject areas that readers want more of or haven't been able to find. Discover the five book topics readers want from Christian publishing in 2024.
Which authors and works brought new insights into wider discussion during 2023's academic fall conferences? See curated book lists from editors Jon Boyd, Rachel Hastings, Rebecca Carhart, Zachary Gordon, and Colton Bernasol as they look forward to ETS, AAR, and SBL.
34,000 books. 5,000 people. 192 organizations. For more than 70 years, the Urbana Missions Conference has given attendees a bigger vision of how God calls us to use our gifts and passions in his global mission. IVP has partnered with Urbana for decades by constructing and curating the largest missions bookstore in the world onsite.
How do we grow closer to God? As Christians, we desire to become more like Christ. What does it look like to devote ourselves to spiritual formation? IVP's divisional vice president and associate publisher Cindy Bunch dives into what Christian spiritual formation really is and how books play an important role in our spiritual growth.
Terumi Echols assumed the role of president and publisher of IVP in September 2021. Before coming to IVP, Echols worked for nearly two decades at Christianity Today International, with roles including chief publishing officer and publisher of Christianity Today. Read this interview to learn more about her story, her professional experience, and her vision for IVP's future.