Recent Releases

Tommy Tablet Takes Australia
Julie Prantera

Julie Prantera’s latest children’s book shares a new adventure with her young friends and family with the aim of promoting literacy around the world. Tommy’s adventures continue to span the globe and provide an exciting way to see the world from a tablet’s point of view.

Paperback: 32 pages
Credo House Publishers


Taking Care of Me
Teresa Payne

This book uses poetry and story to guide people closer to everything they deserve—in relationships and life. This work of art is designed for everyone as the messages speak to matters of the heart, a zeal for life, and an unwavering love for family and friends.

It is perfect for anyone on their journey to finding happiness, love, and truth, and for people who may have lost their way or are just looking to put the pieces back together again. It’s about taking risk, going for your dreams, recognizing who you are, and turning challenges into triumphs. Are you ready?

Paperback: 104 pages
Credo House Publishers


Clementine M. Msengi

Spared is the gripping story of a young girl’s harrowing escape from one of the worst genocides in human history. It recounts the author’s direct experiences during the Rwandan tragedy that resulted in the deaths of over one million people. Deeply rooted in her unflagging faith in God, Clementine Msengi’s memoir offers readers a rare glimpse into the life and culture of pre-genocide Rwanda.

The book details how she eluded marauding killers with the help of unlikely allies, and it recounts her unsettling experiences as a frightened refugee. In the end, Spared highlights Msengi’s ultimate victory through becoming an American citizen, an award-winning community leader, and a respected academic. The book is a remarkable, one-of-a-kind adventure told in the author’s own voice.

Paperback: 360 pages
Credo House Publishers


When God Showed Up
Ben Patterson

“What happened in the 1990s at Hope, and is still happening, is nothing short of remarkable and spectacular—a dramatic and massive work of the Holy Spirit producing conversions and spiritual renewal and a call to missions and Christian ministry on a grand scale.

“I call it a ‘revival,’ not only because the word is accurate, but also because it has been the common term used throughout American history for this kind of event. A ‘revival’ at Hope was for years what many had prayed for. That’s the proper noun I started to use as the title of this book, ‘A Memoir of the Hope Revival.’

“The story of the Hope College revival is a great story. I only hope I can do it justice.”

From Chapter 1, An Exclamation Point (Or why I wrote this memoir)

Paperback: 216 pages
Credo House Publishers


Unlocking Love
Stacey Szczepanski

In Unlocking Love, Stacey takes you along her healing journey as she rebuilds her life after deception and betrayal. Her story is full of courageous vulnerability and authentic reflection. She includes her personal journal entries to give you a glimpse into the inner turmoil she faced and the profound transformation she underwent after allowing God to work in her life. Stacey’s journey underscores the importance of recognizing and challenging the lies we sometimes tell ourselves, as well as revealing the value of viewing ourselves as God sees us: loved, cherished, and more than enough.

Paperback: 232 pages
Credo House Publishers


Jay Morris

We all must ask crucial questions about our life here on earth. Am I experiencing life the way God, the Master Creator, designed my life to be lived? Or am I living a lesser, devolving life of my own choosing? We, God’s ultimate creations, can only understand our purpose in life if we learn to see ourselves through the eyes of our Creator. This book provides practical steps on walking with the Holy Spirit. It will transform your soul if you follow the instructions.

Paperback: 248 pages
Credo House Publishers