Managing PR efforts to secure exceptional coverage across broadcast, print, and online media for new trade books. HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc. is a world leading Christian content provider. With nearly three-hundred years of publishing expertise, the company produces bestselling Bibles, inspirational books, academic resources, and curriculum in both traditional and digital formats. Its two foundational publishing groups, Thomas Nelson and Zondervan, house the works of the world’s most renowned Christian leaders.
Managed PR efforts to secure exceptional coverage across broadcast, print, and online media for new books, Bibles, and online courses.
Coordinated community engagement opportunities; participated in event planning and management; built meaningful relationships within the communities in which SpartanNash does business; worked with Manager of Organizational Communications on company communications; supported the SpartanNash Foundation. SpartanNash (SPTN) is a Fortune 400 company and the largest food distributor serving U.S. military commissaries and exchanges in the world, in terms of revenue.
Developed and executed publicity efforts for academic and serious nonfiction books, including creating publicity plans, managing social media, scheduling interviews, and managing and monitoring media coverage. Baker Publishing Group publishes high-quality writings that represent historic Christianity and serve the diverse interests and concerns of evangelical readers.
Provided administrative and editorial support for directors and editors for three divisions of a leading Christian publishing company. Baker Publishing Group publishes high-quality writings that represent historic Christianity and serve the diverse interests and concerns of evangelical readers.
Specializing in nonfiction copy editing and proofreading; adept at Chicago Manual of Style, Associated Press style, and Christian Writer's Manual of Style.
Doesn't your child deserve every advantage? It’s a common problem that all parents dread: their heretofore highly achieving child begins to fall behind in class or start scoring lower on tests. And while tutoring can help, too often remedial work feels like a temporary patch, not a permanent solution. Enter Dr. Tere Linzey and her BrainMatterZ program. A former basketball coach turned Educatio... read more
Tired of feeling so out of control around food? Your emptiness is undeniable. Deep down you’ve been craving a new relationship with food. One that doesn’t hurt. One that doesn’t leave you bloated, stuffed, and ashamed. One that doesn’t make you feel guilty about what you’re eating and cringe when you glance in a full-length mirror. Diets and weight loss programs haven’t filled this void. Inter... read more
Want to finally understand the Bible? Are you a frustrated believer who can’t quite piece together salvation history? Is the “middle section” of the Bible too hard to follow? Important Bible Passages: The Kings After Solomon will help you navigate the most confusing part of the biblical narrative. Each of the 33 passages presented in this book contains: -Summary of the passage in clear, contem... read more
"The Church is irrelevant to my day-to-day life! It's just a dead, empty tradition of the past." This is the overwhelming consensus among young people today, and it has resulted in an ever-widening cultural divide between the secular youth culture and the Church. Much of what was formerly regarded as the Christian world is leaving its roots behind and is dominated by secularism and relativism.... read more
You don't need more willpower. You need a system to focus the willpower you have until your desired change becomes a habit. Once you do this, your new practice will be automatic. You can apply this process to improve your spiritual and physical health, as well to reach the big goals you have for your life. This short book will show you: • How to reduce the amount of willpower needed to focus y... read more
No cut and paste activities here! 100 Ways to Motivate Kids offers challenging options for children ages 6 through 18 to engage with the world in relevant, creative ways. Dividing this guide by age group and subject area, Julie Polanco includes fresh ideas that help develop 21st century skills through fun, developmentally-appropriate experiences. In addition, 100 Ways encourages community invo... read more
The History of World TeamTennis covers the league’s rich history from its start in the early 1970s to its historic 40th season celebration in 2015. Over the years, the biggest stars in tennis have played for the league, which was co-founded by equal rights pioneer and tennis champion Billie Jean King, including Martina Navratilova, Pete Sampras, Chris Evert, Andy Roddick, Serena and Venus Will... read more
Who the hell is Peter Darrow? Health and wellness entrepreneur Peter Darrow thought he had life all figured out. A native of the posh and privileged Upper East Side, the young millennial lived large--attending elite schools, throwing lavish birthday parties, and spending summers in the Hamptons. Then one day his seemingly perfect, polished life came crashing down. Over the course of three hell... read more
"Dr. Lively hasn't left a stone unturned. His book is an encyclopedic investigation of the missionary program of the LDS church. Very interesting reading." Newel Kay Brown, Composer of I Hope They Call Me on a Mission. Many have answered a knock at the door to find two young men standing there. Polite, well-dressed, and wearing black nametags, they introduce themselves as “Elder Smith” and “El... read more
Step into the shoes of the disciples as they travel with Jesus in this 30-day devotional book.In just ten minutes a day you'll draw closer to God and have a better understanding of Jesus's central message to his followers.As Christ's ministry was coming to an end, he journeyed to Jerusalem one last time to celebrate Passover before fulfilling his mission at Calvary. Rather than fret about the ... read more
The Beauty of the In-Between is about learning to fully embrace the space between where you are and where you want to be. It’s about embracing God's process; the ups and downs, zigzags, uncertainties, struggles, detours, seasons of doubt, and the waiting. In the life of King David, we get a front row seat to this not-so-direct journey of discipleship that God often leads us down in order to sh... read more
According to statistics, an estimated 30 million people in the U.S will suffer from an eating disorder at some point during their lives. At the age of 16, Justine became one of these people. She was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, a type of eating disorder with a mortality rate higher than any other mental health diagnosis. As the illness slowly saturated every aspect of her life, she began t... read more
Albert Harris was a hometown hero in the small east Texas town of Greenville. He was captain and quarterback of the high school football team and married Mary Alice Norwood, the pretty daughter of the local county judge, in 1945. Trained as an artillery officer in the Marines, Lieutenant Harris joined the reserves shortly after his marriage.When the Korean War broke out in the summer of 1950, ... read more
What happens when your Christian experience seems superficial?You know you’re meant to love your neighbor as yourself and offer mercy to those who doubt, but everything you’ve seen revolves around judgement or God as an angry sky wizard. How can you learn to embrace the love of God and your neighbor when Christian culture has strayed so far? Join Ryan Kirby, the lead vocalist of metalcore band... read more
When Casey fled her home to move 2,700 miles away at a moment's notice, she thought that she was escaping the trauma of her circumstance. She quickly crafted a new life - new job, new friends, new city, new adventures. What she didn't anticipate was being haunted by scars that were much older than the life that she had left. Journey with the writer a she peels back the fragile layers of her li... read more
Dialogical Practice and the Ontology of the Human Person begins as a philosophical treatise examining and comparing the writings of Charles Taylor and Norris Clarke, both important North American thinkers on the philosophical landscape. Delving into the philosophical claims of Taylor and Clarke, Williams makes the argument that the philosopher has a responsibility to examine his/her actual si... read more
As a member of ‘The Greatest Generation’ Robert C. Alsop has his own unique story to tell. Raised in both The United States and England, he spent the years of his childhood moving back and forth across the Atlantic, maintaining connections to New England in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, and establishing roots in London as well. As a young man he joined the War effort, flying thirty-one miss... read more
In Joe, The Black Ulysses, Emmanuel Bandoh offers up a hopeful and inspirational novel that keeps readers engaged from the first page to the last. Our hero, seeking Ulysses-like strength, endeavors to overcome the many obstacles placed in his way. From self-proclaimed awareness to battles with the forces of governments, Joe must maintain constant vigil over his own safety and vulnerability. Wr... read more
Author and first-time writer Michael V. Girard was born on the 28th of June, 1945, in a small village in rural Guyana. He writes mainly about his late wife Joan; how much he and their family owe to her, and the devastation sustained by her loss. Mr. Girard cherishes his upbringing in Guyana and the influence of his father's leadership qualities in building and running the community youth organ... read more
Crossing the River Sorrow tells the story of one woman's plunge from a sheltered childhood in the '50's into the world of medicine, and her personal search for answers to questions about suffering. A single moment at the bedside of a paralyzed girl begins her journey on the River Sorrow, which takes her on a life-long quest to come to terms with the problem of pain. More than medical case stor... read more
"Like a painter, one makes sketches in the mind and heart past formed, a mosaic of those pieces, bits from the past form a life network," writes E. Milton Scott in his most recent book of poetry, Mosaics of Understanding. This masterful collection of poems explores the idea that life is a concatenation of moments big and small, from "finding a sweetheart in young love" to "a stroll on the beac... read more
There is an entire generation whose brains are permanently shaped by lustful desires, where unwanted sexual conditioning governs their intimate behaviours. Sex – not love – is rendering millions unprepared for relationships, marriage, and parenthood in an unmonitored, hypersexual virtual world. But what if freedom from this addiction meant unlearning what you've already learned?For more than t... read more
"I am willing." Those are the words of Jesus when asked by the leper if He was inclined to heal. It should settle the argument. But tradition and dogma have entombed believers. Instead of the church bringing resurrection power and miraculous living, all we offer is bad answers to old questions. Is healing for today? Does God want to heal everybody? Surely He wants to heal some people, but not ... read more
Passover and Easter are pivotal events in Christianity that have divine connections. In Passover - The Story of Easter from the Beginning you'll be taken on a journey that explores the coherency of God's plan of redemption from creation to the resurrection. In a theologically rich, yet easy to read manner, the Passover and Easter will be traced through some familiar connections such as Abraham... read more
Missionary life is rich with experience and calling. So You Want to Be a Missionary? Essential Considerations is a result of the author’s decades of missionary service in Africa and to missionaries. The book offers essential considerations of every phase of missionary life. From the very first steps towards missionary service to the retiring missionary, heartfelt information unfolds offering e... read more
Loved So Much, It Hurts: Purpose in the Pain is the story of Rebecca Olmstead's journey through cancer, miraculous healing, and personal transformation.
WINNER, 2014 Bronze IPPY Award! The Chicago Commons Association is a non-sectarian volunteer social service agency founded in 1894 to support inner-city Chicagoans in their quest for a better life. This is the definition usually given to potential donors or outside foundations considering a contribution to Chicago Commons. But Chicago Commons is so much more than this summary statement. It is ... read more
It has been said that churches are perfectly designed to get the results they are getting. The old church culture has been yielding decline in worship attendance, connections to community, and fit followers for Christ. Jesus said that no one pours new wine into old wineskins. If they do, the wine and the wineskins will be ruined. So why do church leaders continue to pour healthy ideas into the... read more
The Roman Catholic Church claims that the pope has "full, supreme, and universal power over the whole Church." Paul Pavao addresses this claim from both history and Scripture. He takes on popular Catholic apologists like Jimmy Akin, Dave Armstrong, Stephen Ray, Scott Hahn, and Patrick Madrid. He also shows that interaction with other large churches such as the Lutherans and Orthodox have cause... read more
Description Why focus on where it is you are going when you can focus on what it takes to get practically anywhere? Rather than simply summiting the mountain of our dreams, we can get good at what it takes to conquer many dreams. By building our work ethic, we are building into our dreams, as what we do today overflows into what we do tomorrow. As we journey through the valleys and peaks in ou... read more
Just like all schools are not the same, all youth groups are not the same. But how can parents know that their kids are going to a good, Biblical youth ministry? And what makes a group "Biblical"? In "Playing Games with God," Sam Magdalein lays out a simple framework that parents can use when searching for and examining a youth group for their teens. But what about modern youth ministries? Par... read more
The key to effective church leadership is the ability to be a non-anxious presence. This is not a technique. It is a way of being. It is deceptively simple, but tremendously difficult. Yet, if you are willing to take the journey, you can lead change in even the most challenging contexts. Read this book and you will understand: • The process that keeps churches anxious and stuck. • How leadersh... read more
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