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Bestselling Christian Books of the Year

Jesus Calling by Sarah Young was the bestselling book at Christian retailers last year according to sales statistics from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.

Below, we’ve listed the top ten Christian books in multiple retail channels. You can also check out the list of the 50 bestsellers at Christian retailers.

Check it out: “The ECPA Bestseller Lists are compiled using adult book sales data from retail stores and websites across the U.S. using Pubtrack sales data. ECPA releases and distributes each month’s bestsellers throughout the year. All lists are featured and archived on the consumer site, www.ChristianBookExpo.com, along with industry award winning titles.”

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Bestselling Christian Books from 2010

Thomas Nelson Publishers CEO Michael Hyatt (pictured, via) has published a list of the 100 Bestselling Christian Books of 2010. We’ve included the top five books below, follow this link to see the complete list.

Hyatt created the list by using his company’s sales database that monitors “various point-of-sale systems from multiple sales channels.” According to the publisher, the list focuses mainly on “sales through traditional bookstores, both general market and Christian specialty stores.” The top five bestselling books are listed below. Link via Publishers Lunch.

1. Sarah Young Jesus Calling (Thomas Nelson)
2. William P. Young The Shack (Hachette)
3. Francis Chan Crazy Love (David C. Cook)
4. Gary Chapman The Five Love Languages (Moody)
5. Dave Ramsey The Total Money Makeover (Thomas Nelson)