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Four Current Titles Recognized as Bestsellers

EUGENE, Oregon (March 18, 2020)—Harvest House celebrates an outstanding month in March 2020 with four bestselling titles, setting the tone for more successful releases in the rest of 2020.

Stop Calling Me Beautiful by Phylicia Masonheimer hit two bestseller lists in its first month, charting at #18 on Publishers Weekly Trade Paper Nonfiction list for the period ending March 2, 2020, and landing a #43 position on ECPA’s Christian Bestsellers March 2020 list.

Masonheimer shares her journey of transformation, beginning with seeking discipleship and theological understanding and finding that the more you pursue God to better understand Him, the more prepared you are to fulfill your greater purpose.

Foundations by Ruth Chou Simons and Troy Simons charted on the Publishers Weekly list as the #13 Hardcover Nonfiction bestseller for the period ending March 16, 2020. This is Ruth Chou Simons’ third title in a row to chart on bestselling lists.

The Simonses invite parents to guide their families in leaning into God’s teachings through Scripture, devotions, and discussion based on 12 key truths about God.

The Day Approaching by Amir Tsarfati landed the #21 spot on the Publishers Weekly Trade Paper Nonfiction list, also in the period ending March 16, 2020.

Tsarfati’s latest title offers a view of the return of Christ from the author’s perspective as a Jew who has converted to Christianity. He encourages readers to turn to the Bible alone for truth when seeking signs and clarity about the final days.

Beyond Betrayal by Phil Waldrep charted at #21 on ECPA’s Christian Bestsellers March 2020 list. Waldrep shares God’s solutions to overcoming resentment and not letting past hurts limit future relationships in this latest bestseller.

“We consider it an honor to have so many bestselling books on our list,” said Bob Hawkins, president of Harvest House Publishers. “It’s a real testament to our authors’ ability to connect with their readers, and we anticipate continued success with the stellar titles we are publishing in the coming months.”

New titles coming in Spring/Summer 2020 from Harvest House include In Unison by CCM artist Jeremy Camp and wife Adrienne Camp, Fields of Joy by Ruth Chou Simons, The Connected Parent by Dr. Karyn Purvis and Lisa Qualls, The Power of a Woman’s Words by Sharon Jaynes, and Stronger Together, Weaker Apart by Tony Evans.

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Harvest House, a Christian publishing company based in Eugene, Oregon, publishes more than 135 books per year and carries a strong backlist offering more than 1,200 titles. Over 140 million Harvest House books have been sold worldwide through diverse distribution channels, and additional millions have sold in more than 75 different languages.