“Life in the Presence of God” Wins IVP Book Award

“Life in the Presence of God” Wins IVP Book Award

December 5, 2018

Litpogcover thumbnailKen Boa’s book Life in the Presence of God: Practices for Living in Light of Eternity (IVP, 2017) has been chosen as one of the two winners of InterVarsity Press’s 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards in the main IVP Books category. IVP reported that twice as many voter entries were cast this year compared to 2017.

This news coincided with the week of the public launch of Ken’s new Presence: Walk with God app, which adapts the companion training guide to Life in the Presence of God to a mobile or email-delivery format. (See link below.)

All 2018 Readers’ Choice Award (RCA) winners are listed below. The winning books are currently on sale with a discount plus free shipping when ordered directly from IVP. More info here.

Many thanks to each and every one of our readers who took time to cast a vote!

All RCA18 Winners:

IVP Books:
Rethinking Incarceration by Dominique DuBois Gilliard
Life in the Presence of God by Kenneth Boa

IVP Academic: An Explorer’s Guide to Julian of Norwich by Veronica Mary Rolf

Praxis: Seeing Jesus in East Harlem by Jose Humphreys

Formatio: The Path Between Us by Suzanne Stabile

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