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(Nashville, TN) June 19, 2018—Thomas Nelson announced Jamie Lockard as its new vice president marketing for Nelson Books today. Lockard will report to Brian Hampton, senior vice president and publisher for Nelson Books, and will work closely alongside Hampton to develop and lead key marketing and brand strategy. Lockard comes to Nelson Books after running […]
(Nashville, Tenn.) June 4, 2018- Today, the hearts of HarperCollins Christian Publishing employees are mourning the loss of a dear friend and former leader. On the afternoon of June 1, 2018, Sam Moore, former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers and founder of Royal Publishing, passed away. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Sam Ziady Moore was a […]
Guests’ personal stories and diverse backgrounds continue to drive the podcast’s success NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 29, 2018) – Today, Thomas Nelson announced that the Jesus Calling Podcast has surpassed one million downloads since it launched in February 2016. The podcast was created as a result of the success of the bestselling daily devotional, Jesus Calling, […]
Award-winning author Kristy Cambron creates new series to unpack scripture in a simple, accessible format (Nashville, Tenn.) May 8, 2018—Realizing the interconnectedness of scripture throughout the Bible requires a level of research and resource that many Bible readers feel they are lacking. The assumption is this level of in-depth biblical knowledge falls to the academy, […]
HarperCollins Christian Publishing launches new online bookish community (Nashville, TN)—Not long ago, a small group of HarperCollins Christian Publishing (HCCP) employees sat commiserating. The problem was this: they were avid readers, pop-culture enthusiasts and Christians who had no community. Why doesn’t a fun, engaging faith-based book community exist? Was there a way to build a […]