Eight Tyndale House titles named Finalists for 2020 Christian Book Awards®
Industry celebrates the year’s best Christian books and Bibles
Carol Stream, Ill. (April 1, 2020) – Tyndale House Publishers (@tyndalehouse) today announced that eight of its titles have been selected as finalists for the 2020 Christian Book Awards® by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA). Winners will be announced during an online broadcast ceremony on May 5. (Sign up to receive information about registering for the free winners broadcast here.)
Tyndale’s eight finalists include:
- NLT Life Application Study Bible, Third Edition, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496439284
- NLT Filament Bible: The Print+Digital Bible, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496436313
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
- What Is a Girl Worth?, Rachael Denhollander, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496441331
- Far From Home, Sarah Parker Rubio, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496436733
- Giving Is the Good Life, Randy Alcorn, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496425935
DEVOTION & GIFT
- Made to Create with All My Heart and Soul, Lauren Duncan, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496431271
- The One Year Book of Amazing Stories, Robert Petterson, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496424013
YOUNG PEOPLE’S LITERATURE
- Kirby McCook and the Jesus Chronicles, Stephen Arterburn and M.N. Brotherton, Tyndale House Publishers, 9781496429773
The entire list of finalists is available at https://christianbookawards.com/finalists.html.
For more information about books and Bibles from Tyndale House Publishers, visit https://www.tyndale.com/.
Since its founding in 1962, Tyndale House Publishers has been a voice to trust for generations of readers. Today, Tyndale is one of the largest independent Christian publishers in the world. Tyndale’s mission is to make the Bible accessible to as many people as possible in language that they can relate and respond to. Tyndale publishes the Holy Bible, New Living Translation (NLT) and offers nonfiction books that equip readers with Christ-centered insight, counsel, and life-improving stories. In addition, Tyndale publishes fiction from fresh new voices and celebrated authors alike, capturing the imagination of millions of readers. With a deep understanding of the importance of nurturing future generations, Tyndale also publishes children’s products that make God’s Word and wisdom come alive. Tyndale’s independent status allows it to follow its founding model, giving a majority of annual revenue—more than $100 million throughout its history—to charitable missions. With every book purchased, Tyndale readers help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world.