COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., (Mar. 11, 2016)—WaterBrook and Multnomah, imprints of Crown at Penguin Random House, LLC., have re-launched their website, www.WaterbrookMultnomah.com, with a new mobile-friendly format, simplified navigation and clean, fresh design. The site’s updated look and enhanced content will allow visitors to more easily interact with WaterBrook and Multnomah online and to discover comprehensive information on each book title, including links to purchase from a variety of retailers.
WaterBrook and Multnomah’s overhaul of the website is one step in a series of updates to their brand identities. The two imprints based in Colorado Springs are no longer presented as the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group but are now being developed into two distinct imprint identities. Following a shift in company strategy, each imprint will now serve unique audiences within the Church and publish in specific categories. Moving forward, the [ … ]
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WaterBrook will be publishing a second adult coloring book this Fall, called Everything Beautiful. Some of you may be familiar with Whatever is Lovely, our coloring book that came out in December 2015. We featured 12 different artists in Whatever is Lovely, all with a unique style, and we loved the diversity and variety it brought to the project, and would like the same feel for Everything Beautiful.
The hope for Everything Beautiful is that as others color and meditate on the lyrics, quotes and scripture, and art they will be [ … ]
The youngest of a French-Italian restaurant family, Portland foodie Juliette D’Alisa can’t imagine life without great food, family, or her handsome sous chef. But after the loss of her mother, Juliette has a hard time picturing the future at all. Will the secrets hidden in her family’s historic Provencal chateau restore her hope?
In Be Light Samuel Rodriguez–described by Fox News and CNN as “America’s most influential Latino Evangelical leader”–provides a blueprint for confronting darkness in every realm of our lives. He issues a clarion call for individual believers and the church to rise up and once again be that bright city on a hill, which doesn’t simply expose the invading darkness, but overcomes it with God’s blazing light.
Léonce Crump, lead pastor of Renovation Church in the urban core of Atlanta, Lecrae and Will Ampong talk about what it means to do what God did when He wanted to make a difference in this world – move in.
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (March 1, 2016)—Two 2015 titles from WaterBrook Multnomah have received special recognition from Outreach Magazine in its yearly roundup of the best outreach-orientated books.
Possible: A Blueprint for Changing How We Change the World by Stephen Bauman was chosen as Resource of the Year in the Social Justice category. Bauman, president of World Relief, provides a clear and biblical vision for changing the world and provides the practical tools believers need to sustainably impact their workplaces, neighborhoods, and cities. The paperback edition of Possible will release on July 19, 2016.