Here’s a small selection of projects I’m enormously proud to have been the editor for:
Blinded, by Steve Ross – The follow-up to Marked, Blinded follows the apostle Paul from his role as persecutor of the early church, to believer and missionary, to his death in Rome. Theologically sound and with startling imagery, Blinded is both potent and accessible.
Salvation on the Small Screen, by Nadia Bolz-Weber – A book for everyone who’s ever flipped past the religious channel and thought, “I haven’t the faintest clue what’s going on there.” The author, having never before watched Christian television, writes about the experience of watching 24 straight hours of it.
The Hip Hop Prayer Book, Father Timothy Holder, editor – Emerging from an innovative ministry that began at a small church in the South Bronx, birthplace of hip hop, and with contributions from dozens of rappers and artists, The Hip Hop Prayer Book and the ministry it came out of have been featured in Newsweek, The New York Times, the Village Voice, and many others.
Penguins, Pain, and the Whole Shebang: Why I Do the Things I Do, by God (as told to John Shore) – The funniest book to ever answer the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Penguins has so far received over twenty-five 5 star Amazon reviews, and the author’s gone on to become quite the blogger. Read him at johnshore.com.