Christianity Today has released the winners of its 2023 Book Awards and InterVarsity Press is pleased to announce that it received top honors in three categories: Church and Pastoral Leadership, Marriage and Family, and Politics and Public Life.
With more than thirty-four thousand books representing more than seven hundred titles, InterVarsity Press (IVP) will soon be hosting the largest missions bookstore in the world at the twenty-sixth Urbana Student Missions Conference.
The Gospel Coalition has announced that three IVP books have received Awards of Distinction as part of the TGC 2022 Book Awards.
Blood from a Stone: A Memoir of How Wine Brought Me Back from the Dead, written by Adam McHugh, has made the longlist for the prestigious André Simon Food and Drink Book Awards.
InterVarsity Press is pleased to congratulate its creative director, David Fassett, for his work on four designs chosen for the 2022 Top Shelf Book Cover Awards by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA)
IVP Kids is pleased to announce that The Celebration Place by Dorena Williamson was selected as the winner of the 2022 Jerry Pinkney Children's Book Award in the Religious/Faith category.
InterVarsity Press is pleased to announce that sociologist and pop-culture expert Nancy Wang Yuen will return as host of the fourth season of The Disrupters podcast.
Karin DeHaven, publicist for IVP Academic, was named a PW Star Watch honoree.
IVP has retained bestselling author, spiritual director, and retreat leader Sharon Garlough Brown as an editorial consultant to continue to grow IVP’s presence in the adult fiction market.
Sandra Morgan, coauthor of IVP Academic's Ending Human Trafficking: A Handbook of Strategies for the Church Today, was awarded the esteemed Wilberforce Award by Atlas Free at its eleventh annual Freedom Gala on Saturday, September 24.
IVP is pleased to announce that My Vertical Neighborhood: How Strangers Became a Community by Lynda MacGibbon was named the best nonfiction book of the year as part of the 2022 Word Guild Awards.
InterVarsity Press (IVP) has announced that Nilwona Nowlin will serve as its new associate editor.
James Bryan Smith has signed a contract with InterVarsity Press (IVP) to honor the life of his good friend Rich Mullins twenty-five years after Rich’s death with the release of a new edition of his devotional biography titled Rich Mullins: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven.
Two IVP Kids titles have been named finalists for the first annual Jerry Pinkney Children's Book Awards. Josey Johnson's Hair and the Holy Spirit and The Celebration Place are two of five finalists in the religion category.
The Martin Institute for Christianity & Culture and the Dallas Willard Research Center at Westmont College has announced that Relational Spirituality by Todd W. Hall (with M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall) is the winner of the MIDWC Book Award for 2022.
Christian Resources Together (CRT) has released the finalists for its 2022 awards, and IVP is pleased to announce that Feathers of Hope by Sharon Garlough Brown is one of three books shortlisted for the CRT Fiction Book of the Year.
InterVarsity Press (IVP) is pleased to announce that Refuge Reimagined has been recognized as a finalist in the annual Australian Christian Book of the Year Awards.
InterVarsity Press is pleased to announce that they will be following up the much-loved First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament (FNV) with the newly contracted First Nations Version: Psalms and Proverbs, to be released in 2024.
IVP author Juanita Rasmus has been named one of SUCCESS magazine's Women of Influence 2022. This inaugural list honors Juanita as a woman who is positively pioneering change, impacting her community, and shaping the personal and professional lives of others. A total of 50 accomplished women across a number of different industries received this honor after a panel of judges reviewed nominations from over 120 different candidates.
As a continuation of its initiatives to learn from and amplify voices of color, InterVarsity Press hosted an African American Publishing Consultation June 8–10 at IVP's main office in Westmont, Illinois.
As part of its Leadership Summit in Philadelphia earlier this month, the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) recognized InterVarsity Press (IVP) for seventy-five years of service to the church and Christian publishing.
InterVarsity Press (IVP) is pleased to announce tha Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep byTish Harrison Warren was named the Christian Book of the Year by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) at its awards ceremony in Philadelphia on May 3.
InterVarsity Press (IVP) has announced that Rachel Hastings has been appointed associate editor for IVP Academic.
The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) has announced that four IVP titles are among the finalists for the 2022 Christian Book Award program.
The Academy of Parish Clergy Inc. has honored First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament with the Reference Book of the Year Award.
InterVarsity Press (IVP) is pleased to announce that six IVP titles have been recognized as finalists in the annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.
Outreach magazine named Radiant Church as a 2022 Resource of the Year in the church category. Two additional titles,Lead Like It Matters to God and Tempered Resilience, made the shortlist for the "Also Recommended" resources in the leadership category.
Throughout its seventy-five years of publishing, InterVarsity Press (IVP) has been intentional about providing books that address issues of justice, race, ethnic identity, and other topics that speak to the culture and the church as a whole. During Black History Month in February, IVP will celebrate its legacy by remembering the many IVP authors who have written and are writing boldly and prophetically about the history, and the future, of the Black experience.
With more than one hundred thousand members throughout its lifetime, IVP's Press-o-matic, which came to be known as the IVP Book Club, has been operating for fifty-seven of IVP's seventy-five years, making it the longest-running book club specifically for Christians. IVP is now expanding on the history of the Book Club with the introduction of IVP Book Drop.