Kregel’s mission as an evangelical Christian publisher is to develop and distribute—with integrity and excellence—trusted, biblically based resources that lead individuals to know and serve Jesus Christ. Furthermore, Kregel believes that every human is created in the image of God and is loved by Him, regardless of race or creed. We’re grateful for the love and grace of God and that, as Christians, we can be a light of hope during this difficult time.
Many publishers have resources for you to consider, and we encourage you to explore books that are most useful to you. To help with your search, we’ve put together this library of Kregel resources that address anxiety, encourage taking concrete steps forward, open conversation, and challenge your pursuit of justice, healing, and unity in your homes, churches, and communities.
The Art of Hard Conversations by Lori Stanley Roeleveld won first place in the nonfiction category, and They Call Me Mom by Michelle Medlock Adams and Bethany Jett was awarded third place in the devotional category.
Choosing Therapy included The Wonder Years in their list of the 12 best self-help books for women. The article states that the book succeeds in changing the message of aging "from one of isolation and loss to one of connection, grace, and hope."