b'AL E T T E RF R O MO U RP U B L I S H E RDear Resellers,As we continue to see disruptions and uncharted territory as a result of the pandemic, our work of encouraging spiritual growth is even more important. Our customers depend on us to remind them of a hope that does not flicker or fade. In fact, the challenges make hope all the brighter.Here at Kregel, we love to give creative ways to bring light to our readers.What better way to see God than to rejoice in nature? All Things Bright and Beautiful and God and Me at the Sea are colorful, attractive childrens books that celebrate our Creators handiwork. Speaking of the beach, your customers will be looking for new faith-filled fiction titles to tuck in their vacation bags. Contemporary, historical, split-timetheres something for everyone!As coping mechanisms wear thin, people start seeking God more and more. In response, stock up on 40 Questions About Prayer, the newest edition of the best-selling 40 Questions series. This book is sure to offer readers help and hope because God does hear each and every prayer. And those who are already at risk need even more support in these times. As a way to help adopted teens, take in copies of Weve Been There: True Stories,Surprising Insights, and Aha Moments for Adopted Teens. This unique book is a collection of interviews from young adults who grew up adopted, gathered by a mother of three adopted kids.Of course Kregel always supports studying Scripture. To do this, we recommend a new Bible study, Isaiah: Discovering Assurance Through Prophecies About Your Mighty King from Dallas Theological Seminary professor Sue Edwards. Pastors seeking to connect sound Bible teaching with practical applications their congregations can relate to will find help in 1 & 2 Kings from the Kerux commentary series. And Kregel has great resources to help meet the churchs leadership growth needsAssociate Pastors: Ministry from the Middle and Youth Ministry as Mission.Now that most university and seminary students are back to in-person learning, its time for fresh resources that grapple with tough topics. Youll find a great discussion of bioethics in Christianity and Modern Medicine, a deeper understanding of the Old and New Testaments with Revelation Through Old Testament Eyes, and insight into the lives of our Muslim neighbors with The Quran and the Christian.And finally, as we continue to rely more and more on technology as part of our everyday life, John Dyer examines the role of tech-nology in his updated edition of From the Garden to the City.I look forward to seeing how God shines his light into this next season, in and through and beyond the work of our hands. Thank you for your partnership with Kregel!Best regards, Catherine DeVries, Publisherwww.kregel.com 3'