b'A L E T T E R F R O M O U R P U B L I S H E RDear Resellers,What a wonderful fiscal year it was for Kregel! We exceeded our goals with year-on-year growth in both English and Spanish divisions, which translates to more lives impacted and encouraged by our books. To God be the glory! In addition, Kregel received over a dozen finalist placements and over a dozen awards, including the ECPA Book Award in the devotional and gift category for With Fresh Eyes by Karen Wingate.As youve come to expect, Kregel offers a variety of books people of all ages and stages will appreciate, ranging from infants and children to fiction and nonfiction for adults, including scholarly resources, commentaries, and ministry books. Check out these highlights for whats in store this winter:Women are invited to get into Gods Word with A Woman After Gods Own Heart Bible, now in lavender, which will match beautifully with the companion journal coming soon.As we emerge out of the COVID-19 pandemic, Church Revitalization will help identify whats needed for a churchs next chapter. And Questioning Evangelism is now available in its third edition, with updates on homosexuality and living in a post-pandemic world. New historical fiction titles include award-winning author Amanda Barratts next World War II book, Within These Walls of Sorrow, as well as the next book in the popular Hidden Hearts of the Gilded Age series, Counterfeit Hope, by Crystal Caudill.Stock up for the Easter season with new childrens titles. In Amons Secret, best-selling author Arnold Ytreeide shows families what life was like for the first Christians. Kids ages 812 will enjoy reading Bible stories on their own in The Junior Bible, packed with dynamic artwork. A picture book features two squirrels having a conversation about Gods Love in a Nutshell, and babies and toddlers will be delighted by another crinkle cloth book, My Very First Noahs Ark.Kregels list wouldnt be complete without additional academic and ministry books such as 1 Peter, the latest edition in the Kerux Commentary series, and A Commentary on Jeremiah in the Kregel Exegetical Library. And a unique resource, Unlimited Atonement, is a starting point for those who want to understand Amyraldism within the Reformed tradition.Kregel is a name you can trust. We have not wavered in our commitment to publish biblically based books that lead people to know Christ and grow deeper in their faith.Best regards, Catherine DeVries, Publisherwww.kregel.com 3'