Please enjoy these book launch interviews, featuring many of our author partners and emerging authors.

  • 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”