Good Book Company launches in North America

The Good Book Company has announced the launch of a new Bible-centred Christian resource provider in North America.

The UK-based Christian resourcing agency made available its full range of resources to churches and individuals in North America from its new US website on Monday.

The Good Book Company began in the UK and grew out of the need for attractive, quality, practical materials for Gospel work that don’t compromise on the essentials of the Christian faith. It has a particular focus on daily devotional reading, small group Bible study, outreach, discipleship and resources for youth and children.

A number of The Good Book Company’s resources already have a strong following in the US and Canada, including Christianity Explored, The Gospel Centered Church, Christianity Explained and If you could ask God one Question.

Editorial Director Tim Thornborough said, "When we exhibited at Together for the Gospel last year, we saw a real hunger for sound Gospel resources which are faithful to the Bible but which also engage with an increasingly post-Christian culture.

"That's what we specialise in and our prayer is that the range of resources we've developed over the past two decades will serve to equip local churches in discipleship and reaching out with the Gospel.”

US Ministry Director Brad Byrd said, "February 2 may be Groundhog Day on the calendar but, no matter what our furry friend may predict, spring has come early with the launch of The Good Book Company in the USA. A wave of fresh ideas, new perspectives and tried and true Biblical insights are available for the first time in North America."

The launch has been timed to coincide with the Desiring God Pastor’s Conference in Minneapolis where two of The Good Book Company’s key resources - Christianity Explored and Christianity Explained – are being commended to delegates.

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