Thomas Nelson has published its Woman’s Study Bible in the New International Version, the most popular translation on the market-- has sold more than 400 million copies since its first full publication in 1978. The Woman’s Study Bible is the first NIV Bible to be released by Thomas Nelson; it previously published the Bible in its proprietary NKJV (New King James) translation.

B&H Publishing Bibles were honored at the recent SEPA (Spanish Evangelical Publishers Association) Awards

in four categories. On July 1 B&H will release Biblia del Pescador (RVR 1960 Fisher of Men Bible), a Spanish-language Bible that focuses on evangelism, discipleship, and ministry. Edited by pastor Luis Ángel Díaz-Pabón, president of the Global Missionary Society, its first print run will be among the largest for Bibles in B&H history.

LifeWay Christian Resources (B&H parent company) has a new logo for its WORDsearch Bible Software, part of a rebranding that will be reflected in the Web site and on the company’s Facebook, Twitter, and blog pages. The logo now refers to WORDsearch Bible, Powered by LifeWay, “a move that more fully reflects WORDsearch’s access to LifeWay’s breadth of digital products and services, as well as that of other content partners,” according to a company statement. In addition to the design changes on the WORDsearch site, the “New to Bible Software?” guide on it offers an introduction to capabilities and functions, including the many free electronic books and other reference materials available. The company also has released its new free suite of Bible study tools for users who are just getting started with Bible software, WORDsearch Basic.