Recent Sales

FILM/TV RIGHTS
Jon M. Sweeney's THE POPE WHO QUIT: A TRUE MEDIEVAL TALE OF MYSTERY, DEATH, AND SALVATION (Image/Crown), to HBO.

CURRENT ISSUES
Founder of the Gay Christian Network and author of Torn, Justin Lee's HOW TO DISMANTLE AN ECHO CHAMBER, a practical guide to learning how to talk to people who have diametrically opposed opinions from you, how to empathize with them, and how to (possibly) change their minds, to Tarcher Perigee

PARENTING AND MARRIAGE
Authors and counselors Stephen James and Chip Dodd's GIRAFFES ON ICE: IMPERFECT PARENTS RAISING WHOLE-HEARTED CHILDREN, in which the authors present practices to implement and questions to contemplate as parents learn to forego perfectionism, resolve issues from their own childhoods, tune in to their feelings and the motions of their children, and be present with their families throughout the best and worst of circumstances, to Revell.

Psychologist and professor Dr. Ronald Welch's I CHOOSE TO LOVE YOU: TO CHOICES SUCCESSFUL COUPLES MAKE, in which the author provides an entirely new perspective on marital conflict. He offers clear and pragmatic advice to couples in how to make positive, successful decisions in the ten core areas that affect how couples handle differences in their relationships, to Revell.

RELIGION
Pastor and popular podcast host Luke Norsworthy's GOD OVER GOOD: HOW I FOUND MY FAITH BY LOSING MY EXPECTATIONS, in which the author guides readers to finding faith on the other side of cynicism by shedding expectations of what a good God should be and accepting the mystery of who God is, to Baker in a two-book deal.

Theologian Jacqueline Bussie's LOVE WITHOUT LIMITS: JESUS' RADICAL VISION FOR LOVE WITH NO EXCEPTIONS, in which Bussie offers a practical, spiritual how-to guide for radical love across today's divisive differences--especially political party, passport, skin color, and religion, to Fortress Press.

Frank Viola's INSURGENCE, unveiling the gospel that Jesus, Paul, and the apostles preached to Baker Books, in a two-book deal.

Professor of theology and religion Sharon Baker's A THEOLOGY OF NON-VIOLENCE, offering readers a vision of a God whose justice and mercy are not held in polarity, but a God whose aim for all creation is to love, redeem, and restore, not only in a non-violent way, but as an act against violence and the cycles of abuse and oppression it brings about, to Augsburg Fortress Press.

CHILDREN'S
Popular author Matthew Paul Turner's next two children's books: WHEN I PRAY FOR YOU, and WHEN GOD MADE THE WORLD, to WaterBrook Multnomah.