According to a recent Publishers Weekly story, Christian Living (CL) remains a strong category, despite changes in the market. Such titles “are timeless in many ways,” says Jonathan Merck, VP-publisher of Howard Books, where half its nonfiction list is CL. “These are the books that backlist well,” adds Andrea Doering, executive editor for Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. Historically bought and read primarily by women, CL is broadening its appeal. “Our audience has always been largely women,” says Kathleen Kerr, acquisitions editor at Harvest House, “but we’re also looking toward millennials.”