Susan Stitt recommends seven books—from patriotic wisdom to simply good fun—that fathers will enjoy receiving on Father’s Day this year. This is the first Father’s Day in many families without in-person visits and hugs. A good book is a gift that keeps giving for a long time as these stories are enjoyed, day by day.
For Pride Month in June 2020, Susan Stitt tells the story of Front Edge Publishing’s long-standing commitment to LGBTQ inclusivity. This is part of our over-arching commitment to encouraging the appreciation of diversity in all forms, including racial, religious and cultural diversity. As Susan tells the story, she highlights some of the best books on LGBTQ inclusion that are used today in small groups nationwide.
Solus Jesus, a theological call for LGBT inclusion in Christian churches, wins the Eric Hoffer Spiritual Book Award for authors Ken Wilson and Emily Swan. “I hope the ideas of Solus Jesus will percolate in the wider Christian community for years to come,” Emily Swan said when she got the news.
At Front Edge Publishing, our founding promise is that “Good media builds healthy communities.” It is our hope that one of these books on caregiving or grief will help you or someone you love deal with taking care of someone recovering from the coronavirus or, if you are one of those who lost someone during this pandemic, that these books will help you as you grieve your loss.
Susan Stitt recommends six fun and inspiring books that Mom will enjoy—including one on diverse traditions in bread baking (perhaps one of those traditions connects with your family) and a delightful book by Bishop Laurie Haller about the importance of play and purpose in our lives. In the midst of COVID-19, Americans are reading more books than ever!