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ECPA Christian Book Award

ECPA Christian Book Award

The ECPA Christian Book Award (known as the Gold Medallion Book Award from 1978 through 2005) is an annual award given by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association to honor works relating to Christianity in a variety of categories, including Bibles, Fiction, Children and Youth, Inspiration and Gift, Bible Reference and Study, and Christian Life. Winners are announced at a celebration held in conjunction with the International Christian Retail Show each summer. From among these recipients is also chosen a Christian Book of the Year, based on a combination of judging scores and sales.

Past winners

  • 2007 - Ever After - Karen Kingsbury
  • 2006 - Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible - Kevin Vanhoozer, General Editor
  • 2005 - Experiencing the Passion of Jesus - Lee Strobel and Gary Poole
  • 2004 - The Purpose Driven Life - Rick Warren
  • 2003 - The Purpose Driven Life - Rick Warren
  • 2002 - The Prayer of Jabez - Bruce Wilkinson
  • 2001 - The Prayer of Jabez - Bruce Wilkinson
  • 2000 - Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire - Jim Cymbala with Dean Merrill
  • 1999 - Just Like Jesus - Max Lucado
  • 1998 - What's So Amazing About Grace - Philip Yancey
  • 1997 - In the Grip of Grace - Max Lucado
  • 1996 - The Jesus I Never Knew - Philip Yancey
  • 1995 - When God Whispers Your Name - Max Lucado
  • 1994 - When God Doesn't Make Sense - James Dobson
  • 1993 - The Body - Charles Colson with Ellen Santrill Vaughn
  • 1992 - The Coming Economic Earthquake - Larry Burkett

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