Please enjoy these book interviews, featuring many of our author partners and emerging authors. Click on the author’s name to see the interview.

Recent Interviews

  • Brian Anderson – “Fathering Together: Living a Connected Dad Life”
  • Tonya May Avent – “Using God’s Playbook for the Game of Life: 52 Scriptures Your Young Athlete Should Know Before Sending Them Off Into the World”
  • Meta Herrick Carlson – “Ordinary Blessings for Parents: Prayers, Poems, and Meditations for Family Life”
  • Miguel Escobar – “The Unjust Steward: Wealth, Poverty, and the Church Today”
  • Cheryl Minor – “Godly Play in Middle and Late Childhood“
  • Jennifer Garcia Bashaw – “Scapegoats: The Gospel Through the Eyes of Victims”
  • Debbie Bronkema – “Writing Toward Wholeness: Exploring Creativity and Spirituality”
  • Doug Peters tells stories about his times with Frederick Buechner
  • Dawn Darwin Weaks – “Breakthrough: Trusting God for Big Change in Your Church“
  • Sabrina Chan and La Thao – “Learning Our Names: Asian American Christians on Identity, Relationships, and Vocation”
  • Valerie Brown – “Hope Leans Forward: Braving Your Way toward Simplicity, Awakening, and Peace”
  • Angela Denker – “Red State Christians: A Journey into White Christian Nationalism and the Wreckage It Leaves Behind”
  • Damon Garcia – “The God Who Riots: Taking Back the Radical Jesus”
  • John Noltner – “Portraits of Peace: Searching for Hope in a Divided America“
  • Willie Dwayne Francois III – “Silencing White Noise: Six Practices to Overcome Our Inaction on Race”
  • Grace Ji-Sun Kim – “Invisible: Theology and the Experience of Asian American Women”
  • Karen Tibbals – “Persuade, Don’t Preach: Restoring Civility across the Political Divide”
  • Katelyn Beaty – “Celebrities for Jesus: How Personas, Platforms, and Profits Are Hurting the Church”
  • Patty Krawec – “Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting the Past and Reimagining Our Future”
  • Little Coleman – “ABC That Could Be Me”
  • Mark Yaconelli – “Between the Listening and the Telling: How Stories Can Save Us”
  • Shannon Kearns – “In The Margins: A Transgender Man’s Journey With Scripture”
  • Kevin Nye – “Grace Can Lead Us Home: A Christian Call to End Homelessness”
  • Richard Mouw – “How to Be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor“
  • Mari Fitz-Wynn – “RISE UP! Poems of Protest, Poems of Praise”
  • Paul Miller – “The Religion of American Greatness: What’s Wrong with Christian Nationalism”
  • Kate Ott – “Sex, Tech, and Faith: Ethics for a Digital Age”
  • Glenys Nellist – “Little Mole Goes to School”
  • Amy Kenny – “My Body Is Not a Prayer Request: Disability Justice in the Church”
  • Kate Meyer – “Faith Doesn’t Erase Grief: Embracing the Experience and Finding Hope”
  • Sharei Green, Beckah Selnick, and Nikki Faison – “God’s Holy Darkness”
  • Clarence Shuler and Gary Chapman – “Life-Changing Cross-Cultural Friendships: How You Can Help Heal Racial Divides, One Relationship at a Time”
  • Michael Granzen – “Breaking Through the Plate-Glass Window—Prophetic Fragments: On Doing Justice and Loving Kindness in a Time of Reckoning”
  • Bunmi Laditan – “Help Me God, I’m a Parent: Honest Prayers for Hectic Days & Endless Nights”
  • Brianne Edwards – “A Thousand Pounds: Finding the Strength to Live and Love under the Weight of Unbearable Loss”
  • Patrice Gopo for “All the Places We Call Home”
  • Rohadi Nagassar – “When We Belong: Reclaiming Christianity on the Margins“
  • Randy Woodley – “Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred Earth”
  • Susanna Snyder and Ellen Ott Marshall – “Parenting for a Better World: Justice Practices for Your Family and the Planet”
  • Brandon Wrencher and Venneikia Samantha Williams – “Liberating Church: A 21st Century Hush Harbor Manifesto”
  • Eric Minton – “It’s Not You, It’s Everything: What Our Pain Reveals about the Anxious Pursuit of the Good Life”
  • Idelette McVicker – “Recovering Racists: Dismantling White Supremacy and Reclaiming Our Humanity”
  • Deborah Nelson Linck – “Pauli Murray: Shouting for the Rights of All People”
  • Brian McLaren – “Do I Stay Christian?: A Guide for the Doubters, the Disappointed, and the Disillusioned”
  • Jonny Rashid – “Jesus Takes a Side: Embracing the Political Demands of the Gospel”
  • Michelle Reyes – “The Race-Wise Family: Ten Postures to Becoming Households of Healing and Hope”
  • Sarah Griffith Lund – “Blessed Youth: Breaking the Silence about Mental Illness with Children and Teens”
  • John Roberto – “Lifelong Faith: Formation for All Ages and Generations”
  • Glenys Nellist – “Baptized in the Water: Becoming a member of God’s family”
  • Hannarich Asiedu – “Decoding the In-Law Code: Master Your Mind for Peaceful Relationships”
  • Marilyn McEntyre and Shirley Showalter – “The Mindful Grandparent: The Art of Loving Our Children’s Children”
  • Kevin Sweeney – “The Making of a Mystic: My Journey with Mushrooms, My Life as a Pastor, and Why It’s Okay For Everyone to Relax”
  • Lisa K. Swallow – “Yes, You CAN Talk Politics: A workbook for talking across party lines” and “No One Was Listening”
  • Melissa Guthrie – “Colors of Hope: A Devotional Journal from LGBTQ+ Christians”
  • Caryn Rivadeneira – “Saints of Feather and Fang: How the Animals We Love and Fear Connect Us to God”
  • Celine O’Donovan – “Gifts from the Devastation: What Cancer Taught Me About Life“
  • Douglas Brouwer – “Chasing after Wind: A Pastor’s Life”
  • Terry Catasús Jennings and Rosita Stevens-Holsey – “Pauli Murray: The Life of a Pioneering Feminist and Civil Rights Activist”
  • Laura Alary – “Sun in my Tummy” and “The Astronomer Who Questioned Everything”
  • David Morris – “Lost Faith and Wandering Souls: A Psychology of Disillusionment, Mourning, and the Return of Hope”
  • Patrick Henry –  “Flashes of Grace: 33 Encounters with God” and “Benedictine Options: Learning to Live from the Sons and Daughters of Saints Benedict and Scholastica”
  • Robyn Henderson-Espinoza – “Body Becoming: A Path to Our Liberation”
  • Denise Goosby – “Thank You, Daddy!: A Tribute to My Girl Dad-And Girl Daddies Everywhere”
  • Jim Belcher – “Cold Civil War: Overcoming Polarization, Discovering Unity, and Healing the Nation”
  • Rick Prashaw – “Father Rick, Roamin’ Catholic”
  • Caroline Hamilton-Arnold – “Wonder Awaits!”
  • Andre Henry – “All the White Friends I Couldn’t Keep: Hope–and Hard Pills to Swallow–About Fighting for Black Lives”
  • Jennifer Grant – “Sing, Wrestle, Spin: Prayers for Active Kids”
  • Bruce Tallman – “God’s Ecstatic Love”
  • Sharon Elliott – “Why I Get Into Trouble: I Really Need To Know”
  • Kerry Connelly – “Wait, Is This Racist? A Guide to Becoming an Anti-racist Church”
  • Monica Guzman – “I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times”
  • Amy Julia Becker – “To Be Made Well: An Invitation to Wholeness, Healing, and Hope”
  • Ashley Abercrombie – “Love is the Resistance: Learn to Disagree, Resolve the Conflicts You’ve Been Avoiding and Create Real Change”
  • Khristi Lauren Adams – “Unbossed: How Black Girls Are Leading the Way”
  • Jay Payleitner – “Don’t Take the Bait to Escalate: Conflict Is Inevitable. Being a Jerk Is Optional.”
  • Tonya May Avent – “Grieving, Loss, and Healing” from Chicken Soup for the Soul
  • Sandy Eisenberg Sasso and Amy-Jill Levine for “The Good for Nothing Tree”
  • Tom Vozzo – “The Homeboy Way: A Radical Approach to Business and Life”
  • Teesha Hadra and John Hambrick – ” Black and White: Disrupting Racism One Friendship at a Time”
  • Brittini Palmer – “Small Group Workbook: The Bible in 52 Weeks for Women”
  • Liz Theoharis – “We Cry Justice: Reading the Bible with the Poor People’s Campaign”
  • Brandan Robertson – “Filled to Be Emptied: The Path to Liberation for Privileged People”
  • Hymn interview with Wes Granberg-Michaelson and Ken Medema – “Love Can Open Any Door”
  • Caroline Beidler “10 Practical Ways to Make Your Recovery Shine”
  • Michael Coren – “The Rebel Christ”
  • Lisa Sharon Harper – “Fortune: How Race Broke My Family and the World–and How to Repair It All”
  • Amy Hoppock, Michael Kroth, and Davin Carr-Chellman – “Framing the Moment: Haiku Conversations”
  • Toni Shiloh – “In Search of a Prince”
  • Jennifer Ohman-Rodriguez – “A Time To Mourn & A Time To Dance: A Love Story of Grief, Trauma, Healing, & Faith”
  • Tracie Morrison – “PRAY-ER: Talk, Listen, Obey –  Starting and Strengthening Conversations with God”
  • Claire Brown and Anita Peebles – “New Directions for Holy Questions: Progressive Christian Theology for Families”
  • Walter Fluker – we discuss his faith, writing, teaching, and research journey, including his books about Howard Thurman and the upcoming Howard Thurman conference
  • Kelly Brown Douglas – “Resurrection Hope: A Future Where Black Lives Matter”
  • Jennifer Bailey – “To My Beloveds: Letters on Faith, Race, Loss and Radical Hope”
  • Betty Pries – “The Space Between Us: Conversations about Transforming Conflict”
  • Lisa Miller – “The Awakened Brain: The New Science of Spirituality and our Quest for an Inspired Life” and “The Spiritual Child: The New Science on Parenting for Health and Lifelong Thriving”
  • Nathan Aaseng – “I Wonder: Mind-Freeing Encounters With God”
  • Mori Morris-Mitchell – “The Book on Joy”
  • Suzanne Kelsey – “Skipping Church: Notes from an Accidental Minister’s Wife”
  • Stacey Chomiak – “Still Stace: My Gay Christian Coming-of-Age Story”
  • Ann Kansfield – “Be the Brave One: Living Your Spiritual Values Out Loud and Other Life Lessons”
  • Victoria Loorz – “Church of the Wild: How Nature Invites Us into the Sacred”
  • Marva Smith – “Time to Thrive: A Busy Woman’s Devotional Journal”
  • Lauren Hunter – “Write Your Journey: A Step-by-Step Guide to Write Your Life Story Fast”
  • Paul Pastor – “Bower Lodge”
  • Christopher B. Hays and C. L. Crouch – “God and Guns: The Bible Against American Gun Culture”
  • Daneen Akers – “Holy Troublemakers & Unconventional Saints”
  • Jennie McLaurin – “Designed to Heal: What the Body Shows Us about Healing Wounds, Repairing Relationships, and Restoring Community”
  • Kaya Oakes – “The Defiant Middle: How Women Claim Life’s In Betweens to Remake the World”
  • A conversation between Frank Schaeffer and Jacqui Lewis about their new books (courtesy of Wild Goose)
  • Palitha Jayasooriya – “Christmas Reflections: A 21-day devotional for the Christmas Season”
  • Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis – “Fierce Love: A Bold Path to Ferocious Courage and Rule-Breaking Kindness That Can Heal the World”
  • Jerry Zehr – “The Peacemaker’s Path: Multifaith Reflections to Deepen Your Spirituality”
  • Jemar Tisby – “How to Fight Racism, Young Reader’s Edition: A Guide to Standing Up for Racial Justice”
  • Joy Jordan-Lake – “Sir Drake the Brave”
  • Glenys Nellist – “’Twas the Season of Advent: Devotions and Stories for the Christmas Season”
  • Luci Shaw – “The O in Hope: A Poem of Wonder”
  • Jennifer Grant – “Dimming the Day: Evening Meditations for Quiet Wonder”
  • Andy Wells – “Tried to Be Straight – Options for Gay Christians”
  • David Finnegan-Hosey – “Grace Is a Pre-existing Condition: Faith, Systems, and Mental Healthcare”
  • Tambry Harris – “Awakening the Light: A Survivors to Thrivers Going-Forward Story”
  • Daniel Williams Jr. – “Why Americans Hate Americans”
  • Danté Stewart – “Shoutin’ in the Fire: An American Epistle”
  • Philip Yancey – “Where The Light Fell: A Memoir”
  • Sheila Beckford and Michelle Ledder – “Anti-Racism 4REALS: Real Talk with Real Strategies in Real Time for Real Change”
  • Thomas Jay Oord discusses his books
  • Patricia Raybon – her first novel “All That Is Secret”
  • Nancy Gavilanes – “Rhythms of Rest: 40 Devotions for Women on the Move”
  • Kayla Craig – “To Light Their Way: A Collection of Prayers & Liturgies for Parents”
  • Kirsten Powers – “Saving Grace: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, and Learn to Coexist with People Who Drive You Nuts”
  • John Pavlovitz – “If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk: Finding a Faith That Makes Us Better Humans”
  • Willard Ashley – “New Rules for Radicals: Techniques and Tactics for Faith-Based Leaders“
  • Glenys Nellist – “I Wonder: Exploring God’s Grand Story: an Illustrated Bible”
  • Adam Taylor – “A More Perfect Union: A New Vision for Building the Beloved Community”
  • Dominique DuBois Gilliard – “Subversive Witness: Scripture’s Call to Leverage Privilege”
  • Michael G. Long – “Three Lines in a Circle”
  • Cindy Maddox – “In the Neighborhood of Normal”
  • Jennifer Grant – “Once Upon a Time Not So Long Ago”
  • Carrie Newcomer – music album “Until Now” and book “Until Now: New Poems”
  • Chris Hudson – Film interview for “The Mayberry Effect: What happens when a television show from the 1960s still affects audiences decades later?”
  • Frank Schaeffer – “Fall in Love, Have Children, Stay Put, Save the Planet, Be Happy”
  • Daniel Bowman Jr. – “On the Spectrum: Autism, Faith, and the Gifts of Neurodiversity”
  • Olugbemisola Rhuday Perkovich about her middle grade and picture books
  • Janet Sarjeant – “Deep Calls Unto Deep: Reflections on the Intersecting Lives of Fred Buechner, Tony Abbott, and Louis Patrick”
  • Leah Gunning Francis – “Faith After Ferguson: Resilient Leadership in Pursuit of Racial Justice”
  • Kat Armas – “Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us about Wisdom, Persistence, and Strength”
  • David duChemin – marketing is not a dirty word
  • Elle Dowd – “Baptized in Tear Gas: From White Moderate to Abolitionist”
  • Jennifer Butler – “Who Stole My Bible?: Reclaiming Scripture as a Handbook for Resisting Tyranny”
  • Katelyn Beaty, Senior Acquisitions Editor at Brazos Press, provides an update on their efforts toward increasing diversity in the books they publish
  • Brent Bill – “Hope and Witness in Dangerous Times”
  • Mitali Perkins – “Steeped in Stories: Timeless Children’s Novels to Refresh our Tired Souls”
  • Lil Copan – “Little Hours: A Novel”
  • Allie Pleiter – “My Daily Momentum Journals”
  • Drew Hart – “Who Will Be A Witness: Igniting Activism for God’s Justice, Love, and Deliverance”
  • Tina Cho – a discussion of her four children’s books
  • Peter Friedrichs – “And the Stars Kept Watch”
  • Michelle Layer Rahal – “Straining Forward: One woman’s journey from oppression to redemption in the wake of the Vietnam War”
  • Carl McColman – “Eternal Heart: The Mystical Path to a Joyful Life”
  • Marilyn McEntyre – “Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies”
  • Cynthia Gipson Lee – “Women Crushing Mediocrity”
  • Jon Sweeney – “Thomas Merton: An Introduction to His Life, Teachings, and Practices”
  • Duke Kwon – “Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair”
  • Kate Rademacher – “Reclaiming Rest: The Promise of Sabbath, Solitude, and Stillness in a Restless World”
  • Justin R. Phillips – “Know Your Place: Helping White, Southern Evangelicals Cope with the End of The(ir) World”
  • Tonya May Avent – Chicken Soup for the Soul title “I’m Speaking Now: Black Women Share Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage, and Hope”
  • Denise Goosby – “Scarred Like Him: Seeing the Beauty in the Life You Live”
  • Carolyn Helsel – “Anxious to Talk about It: Helping White Christians Talk Faithfully about Racism”
  • Jennifer Farmer – “First and Only: A Black Woman’s Guide to Thriving at Work and in Life”
  • Quantrilla Ard – Chicken Soup for the Soul title “I’m Speaking Now: Black Women Share Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage, and Hope”
  • Barbara Becker – “Heartwood: The Art of Living With the End In Mind”
  • Elizabeth Hagan – “Brave Church: Tackling Tough Topics Together”
  • Kathy Izard – “The Last Ordinary Hour: Living life now that nothing will ever be the same“
  • Lamar Hardwick – “Disability and the Church: A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion”
  • Richard Lischer -“Just Tell the Truth: A Call to Faith, Hope, and Courage“
  • Becca Ehrlich – “Christian Minimalism: Simple Steps for Abundant Living”
  • Terence Lester – “When We Stand: The Power of Seeking Justice Together”
  • Eileen Campbell-Reed – “Pastoral Imagination: Bringing the Practice of Ministry to Life”
  • Eric Atcheson – “On Earth as It Is in Heaven: A Faith-Based Toolkit for Economic Justice”
  • Jeaninne Stokes – several books including “Lessons from the Writing Wilderness: How I survived the journey to become a Christian author– and how you can too!”
  • James W. Murphy – “Faithful Investing: The Power of Decisive Action and Incremental Change”
  • Bishop C. Andrew Doyle – “Citizen: Faithful Discipleship in a Partisan World” and “Embodied Liturgy: Virtual Reality and Liturgical Theology in Conversation”
  • Interview with Elissa Schauer, leader of the new IVP kids imprint
  • Michelle Reyes – “Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead To Lasting Connections Across Cultures”
  • Horace Williams – “The Furnace of Affliction: How God Uses Our Pain and Suffering for His Purpose”
  • L. Gregory Jones and Andrew P. Hogue – “Navigating the Future: Traditioned Innovation for Wilder Seas”
  • Ross Murray – “Made, Known, Loved: Developing LGBTQ-Inclusive Youth Resources”
  • Philip Yancey – “A Companion in Crisis: A Modern Paraphrase of John Donne’s Devotions”
  • Troy Brand, Nicole Parker, Gena Thomas – The LEAD Anti-Racism Challenge: A 40-Day Journey
  • Bonnie O’Neil – “Chronic Hope: Raising a Child with Chronic Illness with Grace, Courage, and Love”
  • Tyler Sit – “Staying Awake: The Gospel for Changemakers”
  • Diana Butler Bass – “Freeing Jesus: Rediscovering Jesus as Friend, Teacher, Savior, Lord, Way, and Presence”
  • Lydia Wylie-Kellerman – “The Sandbox Revolution: Raising Kids for a Just World”
  • Rev. Dr. Lisa D. Robinson – “Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled: A Healing Guide for Black Women”
  • Pádraig Ó Tuama – “In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World” and “Borders and Belonging: The Book of Ruth: A story for our times”
  • Justin Hancock – “The Julian Way: A Theology of Fullness for All of God’s People”
  • Mark Schaefer – “Cumulative Advantage: How to Build Momentum for your Ideas, Business and Life Against All Odds”
  • Yolanda Pierce – “In My Grandmother’s House: Black Women, Faith, and the Stories We Inherit”
  • Sophfronia Scott – “The Seeker and the Monk: Everyday Conversations with Thomas Merton”
  • Sharon Norris Elliott – “She Writes for Him: Black Voices of Wisdom”
  • Emily Joy Allison – “#ChurchToo: How Purity Culture Upholds Abuse and How to Find Healing”
  • Steven Charleston – “Ladder to the Light: An Indigenous Elder’s Meditations on Hope and Courage”
  • Sarah Bessey – “A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal”
  • Bruce Reyes-Chow – “In Defense of Kindness: Why It Matters, How It Changes Our Lives, and How It Can Save the World”
  • Laura Mariko Cheifetz – “Race in America: Christians Respond to the Crisis”
  • Patrick Reyes – “The Purpose Gap: Empowering Communities of Color to Find Meaning and Thrive”
  • Crystal Cheatham – “The Deconstructionist Playbook”
  • Terry Glaspey – “Discovering God through the Arts: How We Can Grow Closer to God by Appreciating Beauty & Creativity”
  • Whitney Phillips and Ryan M. Milner – “You Are Here: A Field Guide for Navigating Polarized Speech, Conspiracy Theories, and Our Polluted Media Landscape”
  • Donna Fowler-Marchant – “Mothers in Israel: Methodist Beginnings Through the Eyes of Women”
  • Father James Martin – “Learning to Pray: A Guide for Everyone”
  • Kathryn Cosper – “The Defense Rests: Lessons Learned Through Illness and Grief”
  • Mel White – Mel is the author of several important books including “Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay And Christian In America”
  • Susan P. Hunter – “77 Letters: Operation Morale Booster: Vietnam”
  • Sarah Griffith Lund – “Blessed Union: breaking the silence about mental illness and marriage”
  • Denise Williams – “Wellspring of Words”
  • Andy Rogers – “Dive In! Devotions for Kids: Go Deep with God. . .by Understanding His Word”
  • Lindsey Krinks – “Praying with Our Feet: Pursuing Justice & Healing on the Streets”
  • Toni Shiloh – “An Unlikely Proposal”
  • Kerry Connelly – “Good White Racist? Confronting Your Role in Racial Injustice”
  • Glenys Nellist – “‘Twas the Morning of Easter”
  • Marilyn McEntyre – “Where the Eye Alights: Phrases for the Forty Days of Lent”
  • Michael W. Waters – “Something in the Water: A 21st Century Civil Rights Odyssey”
  • Lisa Deam – “3000 Miles to Jesus: Pilgrimage as a Way of Life for Spiritual Seekers”
  • Amelia Dress – “The Hopeful Family: Raising Resilient Children in Uncertain Times”
  • Jemar Tisby – “How to Fight Racism”
  • Mako Fujimura – “Art + Faith: A Theology of Making”
  • April Stace – “White Knuckle Love: A Memoir of Holding”
  • Pam Ross – “Get Ready to Fly”
  • Nikki Harris – “The Power of Process”
  • Kari van Wakeren – “Unbalanced but Centered: Tending to Your Heart in the Frenzy of Life”
  • Rick Prashaw – “Soar, Adam, Soar”
  • Burton Laine – “Arya The Protector”
  • Kimberly Turner – “The Struggle Is Over”
  • Chip Bristol – “Spiritual Java: Daily Cups of Inspiration”
  • Brian McLaren – “Faith After Doubt: Why Your Beliefs Stopped Working and What to Do About It”
  • Barbara Brown Taylor – “Always a Guest: Speaking of Faith Far From Home”
  • Kathleen Long Bostrom – “The Worst Christmas Ever” and “Will You Be Friends with Me?”
  • Wes Granberg-Michaelson – “Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage”
  • Christian Piatt – “You Can’t Ask That! 50 Taboo Questions about the Bible, Jesus, and Christianity”
  • Candace Waller – “Good Things Come”
  • Josh Mosey – “Men of Valor: 3-Minute Devotions” and “Dare to Be a Brave Boy: A Devotional Journal for Adventurous Boys Growing in Faith” 
  • Emily Assell – “Chosen”
  • Nancy Gavilanes – “By Faith: Adventures and Reflections on Walking with God Here and Abroad”
  • Molly LaCroix – “Restoring Relationship: Transforming Fear into Love Through Connection”
  • Susan K. Smith – “With Liberty and Justice for Some: The Bible, the Constitution, and Racism in America”
  • Juanita Campbell Rasmus – “Learning to Be: Finding Your Center after the Bottom Falls Out”
  • Victoria McAfee – “Blessed is She”
  • Mary Potter Kenyon – “Called to Be Creative: A Guide to Reigniting Your Creativity”
  • Milton Brasher-Cunningham – “The Color of Together”
  • Natasha Frazier – “Fate (The Perfect Time for Love)”
  • Luci Shaw – “The Generosity”
  • Glenys Nellist – “Little Mole’s Christmas Gift”
  • Sharon Norris Elliott – “A Woman God Can Bless”
  • Chris Stedman – “IRL: Finding Realness, Meaning, and Belonging in Our Digital Lives”
  • Mark Feldmeir – “A House Divided: Engaging the Issues through the Politics of Compassion”
  • Kate Rademacher – “Their Faces Shone: A Foster Parent’s Lessons on Loving and Letting Go”
  • Donna Olivia Owasu-Ansah – “Loves…Regardless”
  • Melynne Rust – “Common Spaces Between Us”

Featured Interviews

  • Brian McLaren – “Do I Stay Christian?: A Guide for the Doubters, the Disappointed, and the Disillusioned”
  • Barbara Brown Taylor – “Always a Guest: Speaking of Faith Far From Home”
  • Diana Butler Bass – “Freeing Jesus: Rediscovering Jesus as Friend, Teacher, Savior, Lord, Way, and Presence”
  • Jemar Tisby – “How to Fight Racism”
  • John Pavlovitz – “If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk: Finding a Faith That Makes Us Better Humans
  • Brian McLaren – “Faith After Doubt: Why Your Beliefs Stopped Working and What to Do About It”
  • Lisa Miller – “The Awakened Brain: The New Science of Spirituality and our Quest for an Inspired Life” and “The Spiritual Child: The New Science on Parenting for Health and Lifelong Thriving”
  • Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis – “Fierce Love: A Bold Path to Ferocious Courage and Rule-Breaking Kindness That Can Heal the World”
  • Duke Kwon – “Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair”
  • Frank Schaeffer – “Fall in Love, Have Children, Stay Put, Save the Planet, Be Happy”
  • Father James Martin – “Learning to Pray: A Guide for Everyone”
  • Mark Feldmeir – “A House Divided: Engaging the Issues through the Politics of Compassion”
  • Mark Schaefer – “Cumulative Advantage: How to Build Momentum for your Ideas, Business and Life Against All Odds”
  • Philip Yancey – “Where The Light Fell: A Memoir”
  • Michael W. Waters – “Something in the Water: A 21st Century Civil Rights Odyssey”
  • Andre Henry – “All the White Friends I Couldn’t Keep: Hope–and Hard Pills to Swallow–About Fighting for Black Lives”
  • Sophfronia Scott – “The Seeker and the Monk: Everyday Conversations with Thomas Merton”
  • Steven Charleston – “Ladder to the Light: An Indigenous Elder’s Meditations on Hope and Courage”
  • Pádraig Ó Tuama – “In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World” and “Borders and Belonging: The Book of Ruth: A story for our times”
  • Justin Hancock – “The Julian Way: A Theology of Fullness for All of God’s People”
  • Marilyn McEntyre – “Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies”
  • Patricia Raybon – her first novel “All That Is Secret”
  • Mako Fujimura – “Art + Faith: A Theology of Making”
  • Philip Yancey – “A Companion in Crisis: A Modern Paraphrase of John Donne’s Devotions”
  • Carrie Newcomer – music album “Until Now” and book “Until Now: New Poems”
  • Sarah Bessey – “A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal”
  • Bruce Reyes-Chow – “In Defense of Kindness: Why It Matters, How It Changes Our Lives, and How It Can Save the World”
  • Susan K. Smith – “With Liberty and Justice for Some: The Bible, the Constitution, and Racism in America”
  • Luci Shaw – “The Generosity”
  • Lamar Hardwick – “Disability and the Church: A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion”
  • Mel White – Mel is the author of several important books including “Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay And Christian In America”
  • Kerry Connelly – “Good White Racist? Confronting Your Role in Racial Injustice”
  • Glenys Nellist – “‘Twas the Morning of Easter”
  • Marilyn McEntyre – “Where the Eye Alights: Phrases for the Forty Days of Lent”
  • Kathleen Long Bostrom – “The Worst Christmas Ever” and “Will You Be Friends with Me?”
  • Wes Granberg-Michaelson – “Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage”