Recent Releases

Until There’s More Than Enough
Jason Weber

Gleaning from the experience of dozens of government, nonprofit, and faith leaders from across the country, Until There’s More than Enough represents a set of principles and practices that will help advocates, churches, and organizations in your community work together to transform foster care.

More than enough for kids and families before, during, and beyond foster care can happen where you live. Believe it’s possible. Do your part. Do it together.

Paperback: 240 pages
Credo House Publishers


Running with God
Greg Vick

Author Greg Vick brings a wealth of personal stories and insights to his books through a wide variety of career and lifetime experiences. In Running with God, follow his unique trail of discovery of both God and running and how that partnership opens up His world on every step together.

See, hear, and feel God’s presence through Greg’s journey and sense the trust he has in Him. With mottoes like, “Trust God, just do it,” and “Do your best, and let God do the rest,” he “runs” with God’s urgings on his daily pathways.

Paperback: 140 pages
Credo House Publishers


The Test
Jenn Gregory

“Will they pass that new test . . . ?” Little Star asks Moon and all of us as we struggle through our challenges. The Test dares us, young and old, to choose hope. The Class of 2020 acts as our ambassadors of this hope as they lead us through our story, helping us realize that the best answers are not always found by studying, but by living.

Paperback: 24 pages
Credo House Publishers


Second Mother
Jodi Jackson Tucker

Are you a child’s “Second Mother”? Then you are living a life that only other second mothers understand. Your family is complicated and imperfect and messy. We get it. What you need most is encouragement, the wisdom of Scripture and other moms like you.

This interactive workbook is all about your unique journey as a Second Mother. An uplifting six-part Bible study will point you to stories like yours in Scripture. Coloring and journaling pages provide creative space for reflection. And there is a guide for facilitating a group with other Second Moms.

Find strength for the journey. Don’t try to walk this path alone. Come along and join us at

Paperback: 136 pages
Credo House Publishers


No Border Land
Tom Graffagnino

No Border Land is written with three purposes. First, it is intended to be prophetic in nature, a warning as well as a lament. Secondly, it is an appeal to the fence-straddling, contemporary Laodicean church to rouse herself, repair the wall, and heed the Shepherd’s voice. Finally, it is a gospel apologetic, a call to consider and respond to the biblical message of the cross.

Paperback: 296 pages
Credo House Publishers


Mitch Bakker

Fifty-seven was not just an age or the landmark birthday that was his father’s last, it was a year suspended in the middle space between the loss of both parents.

The revelation of the brevity of life catalyzed an urgency to maximize impact, grapple with truth and transparently share stories of God’s intervention. A year dedicated to uncovering purpose turned into a year revolutionized by God’s grace and calling; culminating into the book Resolve.

Through modern day parables, scriptural reflection, and true life stories, Resolve pairs grief with celebration, loss with anticipation, and truth with action to challenge readers to love God and neighbor with each remaining day.

Paperback: 284 pages
Credo House Publishers