Faith Still Moves Mountains, a collection of stories about miraculous events by Fox News host Harris Faulkner, is #1 on PW’s Religion Nonfiction Bestsellers list for December, the second consecutive month the title has topped the list. The book is being promoted across Fox News channels and platforms, as well as during a recent interview of Faulkner on the Jesus Calling podcast.

Jesus Calling, the popular 365-day devotional by Sarah Young that inspired the aforementioned podcast, comes in at #2 in Religion Nonfiction. The book is a mainstay on PW’s list, having sold over 40 million copies since its initial publication in 2004, including 137,000 copies sold during the holiday shopping season in December alone. It’s spin-off, Jesus Calling for Christmas, takes #7.

Slipping one spot from November, bestselling author Lysa TerKeurst’s latest release Good Boundaries lands at #3. The book delves into her divorce as well as the healthy behaviors she’s learned as a result, and it continues to benefit from promotions on TerKeurst’s online ministry Proverbs 31 as well as a multi-city book tour and other speaking engagements.

Several devotionals occupy many of the other spots on the Religion Nonfiction list amid the holiday shopping season. Stand Strong: 365 Devotions for Men by Men takes #4; Tim Tebow’s Mission Possible One-Year Devotional comes in at #5, and New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp lands at #10.

In Religion Fiction, Mitch Albom returns to #1 in December with The Stranger in the Lifeboat after falling out of the top 10 in November. Francine Rivers takes three spots on the list: her bestselling 2005 romance Redeeming Love comes in at #2; 2022’s The Lady’s Mine lands at #4; and 2009’s A Lineage of Grace: Five Stories of Unlikely Women Who Changed Eternity lands at #6.