Lora Schrock

Lora Schrock is editor of Outreach magazine.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Kids

This children’s book does a good job of showing children the point of the gospel message—that Jesus came to rescue us.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Social Issues

Washington’s insights are thorough, timely and hopeful. He expresses an unapologetic commitment to Christ, the local church and the advancement of the gospel while not only recognizing repairs are needed, but also by providing blueprints for new construction.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Youth

Sanchez does an amazing job of helping students understand the importance of discipleship in relation to conversations on race.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Christian Living

Patterson Sobolik encourages women in leadership to seize opportunities, model Christian values, and address both the challenges and temptations found in the workplace.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Missional and Cross-Cultural

Wright explains the breadth of God’s mission to the world using the whole Bible, and holistically challenges the Lord’s global people to make his story our story by our participation in the seven-act drama of Scripture.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Counseling and Relationships

Written by a physician, The Deepest Place reverberates with heartfelt compassion, clinical understanding and studied, biblical wisdom that will benefit pastors and other ministry leaders involved in counseling.

Outreach Resources of the Year: Spiritual Growth

This short and punchy book on experiencing God is full of powerful language and deep exploration of metaphor and meaning.

21st Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

The Outreach Resources of the Year honors the past year’s best books that emphasize outreach-oriented ideas. You will discover valuable tools that belong on your bookshelf, that you will reach for time and again as they enhance your effectiveness in ministry through the years.