Whitaker House

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Whitaker House
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Founded 1970
Founder Robert E. Whitaker, Sr.
Headquarters location New Kensington, Pennsylvania
Publication types Books
Official website www.whitakerhouse.com

Whitaker House is a charismatic, theologically conservative, evangelical Christian publishing house in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, just east of Pittsburgh. Their stated mission is "To advance God's kingdom by providing biblically based products that proclaim the power of the gospel and minister to the spiritual needs of people around the world."[1]

The distribution arm of the business is called Anchor Distributors.[2]

Authors[edit]

Authors published by Whitaker House include

  • Jentezen FranklinRight People, Right Place, Right Plan
  • Michael FranzeseBlood Covenant
  • Marilyn HickeyNames of God
  • Larry HuchFree at Last, 10 Curses That Block the Blessing, The Torah Blessing
  • Eddie LongIt's Your Time, The Elect Lady
  • Myles MunroeBecoming a Leader, The Fatherhood Principle, The Most Important Person on Earth, The Spirit of Leadership, The Principles and Power of Vision, Understanding the Purpose & Power of Men, Understanding the Purpose & Power of Women
  • Derek PrinceAppointment In Jerusalem, Gifts Of The Spirit, Gateway To God's Blessing, Fasting, Entering The Presence Of God, Does Your Tongue Need Healing?, Declaring God's Word (Devotional), God's Plan For Your Money, The Grace of Yielding, Lucifer Exposed, Marriage Covenant
  • Lester Sumrall60 Things God Said about Sex, The Names of God, The Gifts & Ministries of the Holy Spirit, Demons: The Answer Book, The Believer's Handbook, Angels to Help You
  • Ray Comfort, Hell's Best Kept Secret
  • Gilbert E. Patterson, Here Comes The Judge
  • Jaerock Lee, Heaven(1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mission statement, Whitaker House Web site
  2. ^ Koonse, Emma (14 September 2016). "Decline of Distributors to Christian Stores Reflects Market Trends". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 26 September 2017. 

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