I'm taking a break from my usual posts/book reviews to share with you the various Christian book awards for 2010. Also, on January 1st, I will be sharing my favorite reads of this last year.
Today, I am posting the list of the winners of the "2010 Christian Book Awards". Formerly the Gold Medallion Book Awards, the Christian Book Awards have been awarded to Christian authors since 1978. Given out by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA), the awards honor excellence in content, literary quality, design, and significance of contribution in six categories, including Bibles, Fiction, Children & Youth, Inspiration & Gift, Bible Reference & Study, and Christian Life.
Glo: Interactive Bible Software on DVD-ROM
Bible —The most read, most trusted NIV translation of the Bible in its natural order, with resources and media related to each verse.
Atlas—See where major stories of the Bible happened geographically alongside map overlays, tours, photos, and HD video.
Timeline—View when the events happened chronologically and visually through a zoomable interface.
Topical—Address major life questions through relevant verses on thousands of subjects from leading pastors, scholars and other experts.
Media—Browse biblical content by media type, including a huge collection of HD video, virtual tours, articles, photos, art, and more.
Children and Youth:
Are your kids ready to dive into the dating pool? This savvy book will keep them afloat! Tackling the seven most important things teens should know before their next date, the DiMarcos help young adults make smart, biblical decisions about love and romance. Discover how to create great dates, recognize red flags, and more. 192 pages, softcover from Revell.
Bible Reference and Study:
If you would like to know more about this award and see the list of finalists in each category, go to the Christianbook.com website. Or visit the website of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.
Tomorrow: 2010 Christy Awards.