Fall 2022 – Most Anticipated Books for Christian Readers!

The second half of 2022 promises a ton of excellent new books! Here are 50 of our most anticipated books of Fall 2022 for Christian Readers…

These anticipated books of Fall 2022 (released in the second half of the year) wrestle with some of the deepest challenges of our day, and will guide us toward faithful living in the present and in years to come.

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 [ Fiction / Young Readers ]
[ Coming in 2023 ]


(In Alphabetical Order by Author’s Last Name)

Nonverts: The Making of Ex-Christian America

Stephen Bullivant

(Oxford UP, Dec. 2022)

How to Read Now: Essays

Elaine Castillo

(Viking, July 2022)

Home Is the Road: Wandering the Land, Shaping the Spirit

Diane Glancy

(Broadleaf, Nov. 2022)

Catching the Light: Why I Write

Joy Harjo

(Yale UP, Oct. 2022)

He Will Save You from the Deadly Pestilence: The Many Lives of Psalm 91

Philip Jenkins

(Oxford UP, Nov. 2022)

Work Matters: How Parents’ Jobs Shape Children’s Well-Being

Maureen Perry-Jenkins

(Princeton UP, Aug. 2022)

Bright: A Memoir

Kiki Petrosino

(Sarabande Books, Aug. 2022)

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One Comment

  1. This list is missing some tremendously significant books on social issues, like The God Who Riots by Damon Garcia, Beyond Welcome by Karen González, and Grace Can Lead Us Home, by Kevin Nye.