InterVarsity Press has mirrored the same commitment to diversity that our parent organization, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, has demonstrated since the very beginning of its history. We have intentionally published and pursued authors of color for decades, as well as consistently addressing issues of justice, race, and ethnic identity through the years. We also appreciate learning from authors of color on issues and topics that speak to the whole church. Our organizational commitment to multiethnicity is one of our core values, and it’s also an approach that is unique in the world of Christian publishing. Read this ‌‌‌Christianity Today‌‌‌  article on why multicultural discipleship is essential for the whole church.

Here is a sampling of recent books that reflect our distinct approach to multiethnic publishing:

Shundrawn A. Thomas
Terence Lester
Oscar García-Johnson
Harry Louis Williams II
Leopoldo A. Sánchez M.
Natalia Kohn Rivera and Noemi Vega Quiñones and Kristy Garza Robinson
Edited by Love L. Sechrest and Johnny Ramírez-Johnson
Charles Marsh and John M. Perkins
Jonathan Brooks
Natasha Sistrunk Robinson
Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Hill
Manuel Luz
Matthew Soerens and Jenny Yang and Leith Anderson
Kathy Khang
Daniel White Hodge
Dominique DuBois Gilliard
Sarah Shin
Daniel Hill
Albert Y. Hsu
Makoto Fujimura
Krish Kandiah
David P. Leong
Justo L. González
Leroy Barber
Brenda Salter McNeil
Sandra Maria Van Opstal
Soong-Chan Rah

A Sampling of Our Recent Authors of Color