Crossway’s March releases include a children’s book, books on the life and work of Carl F. H. Henry and worship, and more:
|The Boy and the Ocean by Max Lucado, illustrated by T. Lively Fluharty
Best-selling author Max Lucado helps young children grasp the unending love of God in this beautifully illustrated story of discovery and wonder in exploring the amazing world that God has made.
|Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church by Stephen T. Um and Justin Buzzard, foreword by Timothy J. Keller
“God is moving the human community into cities. How will the church respond to this need and opportunity? With fresh insight, a compelling vision, and biblical reflection, Stephen Um and Justin Buzzard provide resources and answers to how the church can respond to this need. I’m thankful for their thoughtful contribution to this important subject!”
—Mark Reynolds, Associate Director, Redeemer City to City
|Recovering Classic Evangelicalism: Applying the Wisdom and Vision of Carl F. H. Henry by Gregory Alan Thornbury
“The enduring influence of what Greg Thornbury wisely calls ‘classic evangelicalism’ is critical for the health and vitality of Christianity in America. He wisely looks to the greatest intellectual figure of twentieth century evangelicalism, Carl Henry, as a mentor and guide. At the same time, this is a radically current book, directed at the most crucial issues facing the evangelical movement today. This is an important work by a leading evangelical scholar. We can only hope that this book becomes widely influential.”
—R. Albert Mohler Jr., President and Joseph Emerson Brown Professor of Christian Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
|The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook, Pat Ennis and Dorothy Kelley Patterson, eds.
“Characterized by distinctive, if not countercultural, ideas for our 21st century world, readers will discover in this new resource a most interesting collection of thoughtful essays on the important subjects of home and hospitality, as well as spiritual and personal health. The contributions found in this volume will be helpful for individuals, groups, and churches. This Handbook will be one that many will want to keep on hand.”
—David and Lanese Dockery, President and First Lady, Union University
|Rhythms of Grace: How the Church’s Worship Tells the Story of the Gospel by Mike Cosper
“I know of no one more insightful on questions of worship than Mike Cosper, and I know of no one more gifted to articulate a Christ-focused, Kingdom-directed, Spirit-driven sense of what it means to worship in the presence of the triune God. Read this book and see if it does not drive you to re-pattern your worship to fit the full rejoicing, lamenting, raging force of the biblical adoration of the triune God.”
—Russell D. Moore, Dean, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; author, Tempted and Tried