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August 10, 2016
Founded in the early 1970’s, Christian Focus has 1,300 active titles and publishes 50 new titles each year. The titles in their four imprints (Christian Focus, CF4K, Christian Heritage, and Mentor) span across categories including Biblical studies, biographies, fiction, theology and doctrine, Christian life, church life, children’s, and youth, and have been translated into more than 70 languages.
Following their departure from Send The Light Distribution (STL), Christian Focus’s partnership with AtlasBooks made their titles available in North America effective August 1, 2016.
“The Christian Focus team is an exceptionally gifted group,” said Randy McKenzie, sales manager of the Christian division at Bookmasters. “Their titles are among the best in the Christian market. We are honored to represent their list and to assist them with their mission of spreading the Gospel message through their books.”
“Our decision to choose Bookmasters as our U.S. partner followed real, prayerful consideration,” said Willie Mackenzie, director of publishing at Christian Focus Publications. “We were impressed by the enthusiasm and professionalism of Bookmasters and look forward to working with them in the years ahead to ensure our books reach an ever-growing readership.”
About Christian Focus
Founded in the early 1970’s, Christian Focus publishes Christian books with the express purpose of staying faithful to God’s infallible Word and reaching out to the world with the Gospel to equip readers of all ages for life, work, ministry and mission. To learn more, visit www.christianfocus.com.
About Bookmasters & AtlasBooks
Bookmasters, based in Ashland, Ohio, is one of the largest providers of integrated publisher services in the U.S. For more than 40 years, Bookmasters has offered services to publishers and authors such as book manufacturing, print book distribution and fulfillment, eBook conversion and distribution, editorial, and design. Bookmasters’ trade distribution arm operates as AtlasBooks. To learn more, visit www.bookmasters.com.