Christian Book and Media

Spreading Across the World

It is estimated that there are over 200 million Christians living in the United States and over two billion worldwide. These numbers mean a large and thriving market for religious and inspirational books. During the current economic downturn, sales of religious books are expected to increase 6% annually. If you or your organization has a message you want to get out to the Christian market, Christianbookandmedia.com can help you and your authors put out the most exciting and insightful books and products in the category. Our goal is to help you fulfill your mission of helping people find their way back to God and helping them gain a deeper understanding of what God’s plan is for them and for our world. We have the experience to assist you with inspirational titles, biblical reference, trade and mass market books and media.

African-American and Latino Christian Market

The demand for religious books targeted to African-American and Spanish-language Christians has grown rapidly over the last few years. This demand is only expected to rise. Christianbookandmedia.com is well-versed in these markets and has the experience and specialized knowledge required for successful development and distribution of high-quality books serving these two groups.

African-Americans and Latinos are everywhere across the United State, but there are a few places where they gather in mass. Publishers who understand this are well positioned to create publishing and media brands that can provide new and consistent revenue streams.

Martin Luther King Jr. once said “We must face the fact that in America, the church is still the most segregated major institution in America. At 11:00 on Sunday morning when we stand and sing and Christ has no east or west, we stand at the most segregated hour in this nation.” In many cities across America, this is still true. According to some scholars less than 8% of churches are integrated. Not because African-Americans and Latinos must go to segregated churches but because they have chosen to go to churches in their neighborhoods where their language is spoken or the style of communication is familiar and resonates. Regardless of where they gather, the Bible is the common foundation of faith for African-American and Latino Christians.

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