Lexham Press

Vision

God’s Word Changes Things

So shall be my word that goes out from my mouth. It shall not return to me without success, but shall accomplish what I desire and be successful in the thing for which I sent it. (Isaiah 55:11 LEB)

Mission

Lexham Press seeks to increase biblical literacy, thoughtful Christian reflection, and faithful action around the world by publishing a range of Bible study materials, scholarly works, and pastoral resources.

Laptop, Bible, and Phone stacked

Flexibility
Breeds
Innovation

By entering the Christian market from a digital-native position, we have a history of creating innovative resources designed for and integrated into the Logos Bible Software platform. Our passion for design and high production value are evident in our elegant print books and advanced digital resources. This great flexibility in format and medium allows us to do whatever works best for a given project and audience.

Sanctuary

Excellent,
Trustworthy
Publishing

We’re committed to excellent Christian publishing in service of the church. A deep-seated curiosity and desire to learn breeds academic rigor and innovation. We’ve been deeply transformed by the Bible, and publishing allows us to accomplish change through the world of words and ideas.

Read a few stories highlighting the things that make Lexham a visionary, faithful, and fruitful publisher.

Editorial
Position

As a Christian publisher, all our works are harmonious with the beliefs and traditions of the Christian church as reflected in the Apostles’ Creed and the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association’s Statement of Faith.


The Origin of Lexham

East Lexham Church
Church of St Andrew, East Lexham, © 2021 Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk

In the village of East Lexham in the English county of Norfolk stands one of the oldest churches in England. Dedicated to St. Andrew, there is speculation that it was built around 900 A.D. That would make it the oldest surviving round tower in the country. Round towers were built from the 9th century through to the 14th century, and are still to be found, particularly in Norfolk, where there are still 124 of these towers of the 175 remaining in England.

Learn more about the Church of St Andrew, East Lexham

Lexham Press Logo

Our Church logo design is inspired by the Press’s namesake, the East Lexham Church. Though there is no formal connection between East Lexham and Lexham Press, this ancient stone church reminds us that the Church, founded on God’s Word, will endure throughout the ages. Our logo likewise represents our commitment to publish works grounded in the ancient and foundational truths of the Bible for the sake of the Church.