Brandon Marlon


Christian Publishers

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 12:26 PM

The sizeable Christian book market in North America and beyond includes a number of long-established publishing houses producing fiction, nonfiction, and scriptural publication. Some companies also delve into software, video, audio books and e-books. The most prominent of these include but are not limited to:

  • Zondervan – Lee Strobel’s The Case for Christmas (2005)
  • Tyndale House Publishers – Joel C. Rosenberg’s The Twelfth Imam (2010)
  • David C. Cook Publishing (USA) – Ginger Garrett’s In the Shadow of Lions (2008), In the Arms of Immortals (2009), Chosen (2010), Wolves Among Us (2011), Desired (2011)
  • Revell/Baker Publishing Group – Jill Eileen Smith’s Michal (2009), Abigail (2010), Bathsheba (2011); Diana Wallis Taylor’s Journey to the Well (2009), Martha (2011)
  • Moody Publishers – Melvin J. Cobb’s Vessel of Honor (2004); Tessa Afshar’s Pearl in the Sand (2010); Kacy Barnett-Gramckow’s The Heavens Before (2008), He Who Lifts the Skies (2008), A Crown in the Stars (2008)
  • NavPress – Ginger Garrett’s Dark Hour (2006)
  • Realms/Strang – T. L. Higley’s Fallen from Babel (2005)
  • Bethany House/Baker Publishing Group – Davis Bunn’s and Janette Oke’s The Centurion’s Wife (2009), The Hidden Flame (2010), The Damascus Way (2011)

Moody and Revell were born out of arrangements between brothers-in-law to create independent Christian publishing companies in the 1870s. Zondervan has a respected imprint for children, Zonderkidz. Additionally, Thorndike Press is a large-print publisher of Christian content.

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