Beth Moore’s “Chasing Vines: Finding Your Way to an Immensely Fruitful Life” debuts as bestseller
Tyndale Momentum’s new release, from New York Times bestselling author, Bible teacher, and speaker, earns #5 spot on Publishers Weekly and Wall Street Journal bestsellers lists
CAROL STREAM, Ill. (February 20, 2020)—Chasing Vines, the new release from Beth Moore, earned bestseller status on both the Publishers Weekly Hardcover Frontlist Nonfiction and Wall Street Journal Nonfiction bestsellers lists in release week. Both lists are based upon actual point-of-sale transactions, using data from NPD BookScan for the week ending on February 8.
In Chasing Vines, Moore shares how everything changes when you discover the true meaning of a fruitful, God-pleasing life that matters. Chasing Vines released from Tyndale House Publishers (@TyndaleHouse) on February 4, 2020.
In her new book, Beth Moore taps into our deep desire to live fruitful lives. In reflecting upon this topic, Moore shares, “At the heart of every believer is the desire to live an immensely fruitful life. But what does an immensely fruitful life look life? How do we access the free-flowing life only the Vine offers? My hope and prayer is that as we explore what Scripture has to say about the Vinedresser and the vine, our hearts would be opened to the bountiful harvest that is ours in Christ.”
In Chasing Vines, Moore employs her trademark wit and wisdom, providing fresh hope through the abundant secrets of a fruitful, Kingdom-building, God-pleasing life. Tracing the images of vinedresser, vine, branch, and fruit through Scripture, and sharing stories from her own journey, Beth shows us how nothing in our lives is wasted: not the place we’ve been planted, not the painful pruning, not even the manure that gets dumped on us when we least expect it.
Moore is convinced from Scripture that every person who knows Jesus is meant to thrive in fruitfulness. Life might not always be easy, but in Christ, it can always be immensely fruitful. Nothing is for nothing.
Beth takes readers on a journey of discovering what it means to chase vines—and learning how everything changes when we understand and fully embrace God’s brilliant design for growing fruitful, abundant, meaningful lives.
Regarding this release, executive publisher Jan Long Harris said, “We believe people of faith are parched and just waiting and hoping for the message that it’s possible to have an immensely fruitful life. Tyndale House Publishers is honored to join Beth Moore in bringing them this message of hope and encouragement.”
Beth Moore (@BethMooreLPM) is a dynamic teacher whose Bible studies and conferences have taken her across the globe and reached millions. A wife, mother, and grandmother, Moore lives in Houston, where she leads Living Proof Ministries with the purpose of encouraging and reaching women to know and love Jesus through the study of Scripture. Her first book with Tyndale, So Long, Insecurity, reached the New York Times Best Sellers List, with over one million copies of the book and associated products in print since 2010.
Beth is represented by Yates & Yates, LLP (www.yates2.com).
Tyndale House Publishers, founded in 1962, is the world’s largest privately held Christian publisher of books, Bibles, and digital media. Tyndale has published many New York Times bestsellers. The largest portion of its profit goes to the nonprofit Tyndale House Foundation, which makes grants to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world. Tyndale was founded to publish Living Letters, which later comprised part of The Living Bible, a contemporary paraphrase of the Bible that became a global publishing phenomenon. Tyndale now publishes the Holy Bible, New Living Translation (NLT), the translation of choice for millions of people.
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