NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–Broadman & Holman has released six nonfiction books and one novel in February and March, including a book for parents in ministry and an editorial guide for Christian writers. B&H is the trade publishing division of LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention.
“A Handbook for Parents in Ministry: Training Up a Child while Answering the Call” by Dorothy Kelley Patterson and her son, Armour Patterson, is for parents in ministry who want to enrich their relationships with their children.
“The Little Style Guide to Great Christian Writing and Publishing” by Leonard Goss and Carolyn Stanford Goss is a list of basic rules in grammar, style and editing for Christian writers and editors. The book is useful for everyone from employees of large publishing houses to editors of church newsletters.
“A Special Kind of Love” by Susan Titus Osborn and Janet Lynn Mitchell is for moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers and extended families who love a “special-needs child.” Both authors have dealt personally with the challenges and rewards of having a special needs child or loved one.
“The Christ of Easter” by Calvin Miller contains 48 days of devotions, featuring the Holman Christian Standard Bible, to help Christians prepare for Easter.
“Something from Nothing” by Kurt P. Wise and Sheila Richardson and “Vision Moments” by Bo Boshears and Keith Cote are new books in B&H’s TruthQuest line. “Something from Nothing” deals with evolution and “Vision Moments” gives student ministry leaders tools and examples for building an effective ministry team.
“Dejados Atras: La Novela Grafica del fin de los Tiempos” is the fourth installment of the Spanish-language “Left Behind” graphic novel series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins. The graphic novels have a comic-book look in conveying their message of faith.