Lexham Press celebrates two recent awards

Lexham Press celebrates two recent awards “The King of Easter: For All God’s Children” received Moonbeam’s Silver award for the category of Religion, and won first place in the American Book Fest’s Religion category. FatCat follows Jesus as he seeks and saves the lost. Whether friends or enemies—if they are lost, Jesus came to seek and save them. At every step, he brings his new friends to join the search. Read More…

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New release from Lexham Press reminds Christians that Holy Scripture requires Holy Reading

New release from Lexham Press reminds Christians that Holy Scripture requires Holy Reading Inviting Christians to a fresh encounter with the Bible based on an ancient way of reading the Scriptures, experienced preacher, theologian and author, Hans Boersma, has written “Pierced by Love: Divine Reading with the Christian Tradition,” available April 19, 2023 from Lexham Press. Read More…

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“The Nicene Creed: An Introduction” releases from Lexham Press

“The Nicene Creed: An Introduction” releases from Lexham Press To help believers articulate their faith in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, seasoned author, philosopher and professor Phillip Cary has released “The Nicene Creed: An Introduction,” available now from Lexham Press. Read More…

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Lexham Press announces latest release in FatCat series, ‘The King of Easter’

Lexham Press announces latest release in FatCat series, ‘The King of Easter’ FatCat, the friendly feline who helps young readers grasp the messages of the Bible, is back with another pawsitively engaging message in “The King of Easter: Jesus Searches for All God’s Children,” available now from Lexham Press. Read More…

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Lexham Press celebrates finalists for the 2023 Foreword INDIES Awards

Lexham Press celebrates finalists for the 2023 Foreword INDIES Awards Lexham Press announces two finalists in the Foreword INDIES awards, honoring the “very best” from independent publishers. The 2022 Finalist for Religion is “Jesus and Gender: Living as Sisters and Brothers in Christ” by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher. The 2022 Finalist for History is “The Gates of Hell: An Untold Story of Faith and Perseverance in the Early Soviet Union” by Matthew Heis. Read More…

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Lexham Press to release ‘Pastor, Jesus is Enough’ by Jeremy Writebol

Lexham Press to release ‘Pastor, Jesus is Enough’ by Jeremy Writebol To bring biblical clarity to the job description of today’s pastors and challenge them to fulfill it through Jesus’ sufficiency, author and pastor Jeremy Writebol has written “Pastor, Jesus is Enough,” releasing March 15 from Lexham Press. Read More…

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Lexham Press celebrates book award wins

Lexham Press celebrates book award wins Lexham Press received six recognitions in Christianity Today’s 2023 Best Book Awards list. Two titles won Award of Merit in their respective categories: “Jesus and Gender” by Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher and “Faith in the Wilderness” edited by Hannah Nation and Simon Liu. Four other titles were finalists in their categories. Read More…  

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Lexham Press’ second FatCat title in children’s series wins Moonbeam Award

Lexham Press’ second FatCat title in children’s series wins Moonbeam Award FatCat, the friendly feline, has grown in stature as “The Lord’s Prayer: For All God’s Children” has won the 2022 Gold Moonbeam Children’s Book Award in the religion category. The Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards bring increased recognition to exemplary children’s books and their creators, and are dedicated to supporting childhood literacy and lifelong reading. Read More…

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Lexham Press’ FatCat series enlarges with three more children’s books

Lexham Press’ FatCat series enlarges with three more children’s books FatCat, the friendly feline first won over our hearts in February with the release of “The Apostles’ Creed: For All God’s Children.” In October, two more FatCat books will pounce onto the scene, with at least one more joining them in 2023. Read More…

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Announcing a new General Editor for the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary

Announcing a new General Editor for the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary Lexham Press is pleased to announce that Tremper Longman III has been named the new General Editor for the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) series. In addition, David T. Lamb will join the project as the new Old Testament Editor. The acclaimed volumes in the EEC are essential resources widely used by pastors and scholars alike. The transition to a new General Editor serves to reinforce the fundamental mission of the…

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Lexham Press launches Children’s books line

Lexham Press launches Children’s books line BELLINGHAM, WA—Beginning in early 2022, Lexham Press will publish their first children’s books, launching the FatCat series. The first title, The Apostles’ Creed: For All God’s Children, will release in February 2022. This full-color illustrated book will inspire children aged 4-8 to understand and delight in the church’s ancient confession of faith. Todd Hains, editor at Lexham Press, said, “Christian parents want to raise their children in the faith, but many feel inadequate to…

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