|WORDsearch Bible Software licenses first CrossBooks title|
|Written by Jeremy Burns|
|Friday, 20 September 2013 04:04 PM EDT|
CrossBooks, B&H Publishing Group’s self-publishing imprint, announced that Don Jones’ A Layman’s Commentary on Revelation will be licensed for WORDsearch Bible Software. This is the first CrossBooks title to be licensed by WORDsearch.
In A Layman’s Commentary on Revelation, Jones, an experienced pastor and evangelist, analyzes the biblical text and answers key questions about the end of the world. An accompanying study guide helps readers to apply Jones’ reasoning to their own lives and answer their lingering questions.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to license and distribute CrossBooks titles to the hundreds of thousands of active WORDsearch users,” said Jim Baird, B&H vice president over WORDsearch, CrossBooks, and B&H Academic publishing. “This is just the beginning of what we expect to be a highly synergistic relationship, providing a very targeted and exclusive distribution opportunity for CrossBooks authors, and providing new content and publishing opportunities for WORDsearch users.”
With a focus on “serving those who preach and teach to change lives,” WORDsearch gives preachers and teachers access to more than 4,500 books, commentaries, and other key scriptural tools. WORDsearch has been a provider of premium Bible study software since 1987.