Mom Seeks God: Finding Grace in the Chaos by Julia L.
Roller (Apr., paper, $15.99, ISBN 978-1-4267-
7102-6) chronicles a young mother’s yearlong
journey through spiritual disciplines while
keeping up with her toddler.
Vinedresser’s Notebook: Spiritual Lessons
in Pruning, Waiting, Harvesting and Abundance by Judith Sutera (Apr., paper, $15.99,
ISBN 978-1426773839). The author, a vinedresser, theologian, psychologist, and nun, offers a
visual meditation combined with short reflections
about the spiritual life.
Embracing the Love God Wants You to Have by Taffi Dollar
(June, hardcover, $21.99, ISBN 978-0-06-231672-1) teaches every
woman how to bolster her most pivotal relationship: the one she has
with herself. 50,000-copy announced first printing.
Global Religious Movements Across Borders: Sacred Ser-
vice, edited by Stephen M. Cherry and Helen Rose Ebaugh (Mar.,
paper, $39.95, ISBN: 978-1-4094-5688-9), explores how religious
roots are shaping organizations that seek to aid people across politi-
cal and geographic boundaries.
St. Peter’s B-list, edited by Mary Ann B. Miller (Mar., paper,
$15.95, ISBN 978-1-59471-474-0), features poems by such award-
winning poets as Mary Karr, Paul Mariani, Franz Wright, and Kate
Daniels, inviting readers to view the saints in fresh, quirky ways.
No Problem by Robert J. Wicks (Mar., paper, $14.95, ISBN
978-1-933495-64-4) shows that personal transformation is attainable through a day-by-day process of identifying and turning the
next corner of one’s spiritual life.
Recovering Redemption: A Gospel-Saturated Perspective
on How to Change by Matt Chandler and Michael Snetzer (May,
$16.99, paper, ISBN 978-1-4336-8388-6) shows how churches and
individuals can use the power of the Gospel
to help people in recovery. 35,000-copy announced first printing.
Double Play: Faith and Family First by Ben
and Julianna Zobrist, with Mike Yorkey (Apr.,
$24.99, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-4336-8331-2).
Major League Baseball all-star Ben Zobrist and
his singer wife, Julianna, share how their faith
has affected their family life and careers in professional baseball and music.
How to Be a Christian Without Going to Church: The Unof-
ficial Guide to Alternative Forms of Christian Community by
Kelly Bean (July, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-8010-7242-0) offers
a hopeful vision of alternative Christian community for those disen-
chanted with traditional churches.
Rise of the Nones: Understanding and Reaching the Religiously Unaffiliated by James Emery White (May, paper, $15.99,
ISBN 978-0-8010-1623-3) analyzes popular ministry models that
fail to reach the “nones” (those who claim no traditional faith) and
offers proven tactics for bringing them into the church.
Leisure and Spirituality: Biblical, Historical, and Contem-
porary Perspectives by Paul Heintzman (June, paper, $24.99,
ISBN 978-0-8010-4872-2) explores the link between leisure and
spirituality, offering a comprehensive Christian understanding of its
importance for contemporary society.
Where Is God When I’m Afraid? Live with Confidence
That He Is Always with You by Pamela L. McQuade (June, paper,
$2.99, ISBN 978-1-62416-997-7) shows God is always with you,
in spite of and in the midst of worries.
Thank You, Billy Graham: A Tribute to the Life and Minis-
try of Billy Graham by Jerushah Armfield, Aram Tchividjian, and
Boz Tchividjian (Mar., paper, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-62836-634-1)
compiles inspiring stories about the evangelist and his legacy.
The Dark Box: A Secret History of Confession by John Corn-
well (Mar., hardcover, $27.99, ISBN 978-0-465-03995-1) relates
the history of the sacrament and explores its power.
Salaam, Love: American Muslim Men on Love, Sex, and In-
timacy, edited by Ayesha Mattu and Nura Maznavi (Feb., paper,
$16, ISBN 978-0-8070-7975-1). The editors of the groundbreak-
ing anthology Love, InshAllah compile essays that explore the most
intimate parts of Muslim men’s lives.
Lost and Found: Finding Hope in the Detours of Life by Sar-
ah Jakes (Apr., hardcover, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-7642-1209-3). The
author, daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, shares her inspiring story
of overcoming past mistakes and finding faith and purpose again.
75,000-copy announced first printing.
Can We Still Believe the Bible? An Evangelical Engagement
with Contemporary Questions by Craig Blomberg (Apr., paper,
$19.99, ISBN 978-1-58743-321-4) offers an accessible, nuanced