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Five Baker Academic and Brazos Press titles named Outreach Magazine Resources of the Year

Ada, Mich. (March 3, 2022)Outreach Magazine recently announced the winners of their Resources of the Year. Baker Academic titles received three top honors and one “also recommended” title. Brazos Press received two top honors and two recommended titles.

Heading up the Baker Academic list was Teaching and Learning across Cultures by Craig Ott in the Cross-Cultural and Missional category. Why God Makes Sense in a World That Doesn’t by Gavin Ortlund was one of two winners in the Apologetics category. Women in the Mission of the Church by Leanne M. Dzubinski and Anneke H. Stasson won in the Theology and Biblical Studies category. Preaching to People in Pain by Matthew D. Kim was recommended in the Church category.

Brazos Press also had several titles included in the round-up. Reparations by Duke L. Kwon and Gregory Thompson was named one of two winners in the Social Issues and Justice category. After Doubt by A. J. Swoboda won in the Spiritual Growth category. Abuelita Faith by Kat Armas was recommended in the Christian Living category and Being with God by AJ Sherrill was recommended in Spiritual Growth.

Teaching and Learning across Cultures by Craig Ott
(Baker Academic; ISBN 9781540963109, Ebook ISBN 9781493430895, $32.99p)

Why God Makes Sense in a World That Doesn’t by Gavin Ortlund
(Baker Academic; ISBN 9781540964090, Ebook ISBN 9781493432455, $22.99p)

Women in the Mission of the Church by Leanne M. Dzubinski and Anneke H. Stasson
(Baker Academic; ISBN 9781540960726, Ebook ISBN 9781493429189, $24.99p)

Reparations by Duke L. Kwon and Gregory Thompson
(Brazos Press; ISBN 9781587434501, Ebook ISBN 9781493429578, $24.99c)

After Doubt by A. J. Swoboda
(Brazos Press; ISBN 9781587434518, Ebook ISBN 9781493429592, $18.99p)

Outreach Magazine announced winners in a range of categories, including evangelism, social justice, spiritual growth, counseling, biblical studies, and apologetics. The complete list of recognized resources can be found here.

“We are very proud to partner with these authors on their important works,” notes Jim Kinney, Executive Vice President of Academic Publishing. “There’s a wide array of issues for Christians to engage as they bring the gospel to bear on life in the twenty-first century. It is a privilege for us to publish these books that will help us do just that.”

Baker Publishing Group publishes high-quality writings that represent historic Christianity and serve the diverse interests and concerns of evangelical readers.

Contact: Shelly MacNaughton, (616) 676-9185,