A NEW VOICE IN GLOBAL RESPONSIBILITY
FaithWork Publishing, LLC began decades ago as a seed in the mind of teen-aged Southern Belle. Today, it represents a call to action on a global scale with duties beyond this generation. "I have always believed that "words have meaning" because I respect the WORK required to support those words; and I have the FAITH required to stand with my brethren in the struggle."
- Toni Woolridge, Publisher & Chief Editor
Full-Service Independent Publisher
FaithWork Publishing, LLC (FWP) is a full-service independent publisher, not just a print shop. We support our authors through the entire process of publishing – from manuscript finalization and copy editing, to production, distribution, marketing, and publicity support. We are different from the norm, on purpose. It is because we expect a different outcome.
Our Motto: Global Community Enrichment
FWP is a symbol of the continued hope for things yet to be seen. Times have changed over the last fifty years, but not enough. We must rally our voices and give ALL people hope, not just our own alienated groups. FWP is founded on the principle of global community enrichment; meaning we reach all to teach all. Each book published demonstrates our responsibility to societal growth.
Company Mission & Values
The FWP business model (including our mission and value statements) is based on an idiomatic acid test that is executed internally with each new project to ensure our authors are the top priority. Accountability, Commitment, Integrity, and Dedication are the fundamental values that our publishing house delivers with confidence.
Bottom line: We believe that we can effect change.
November 2020: Our new author - Reverend Jeffrey D. Harris - has penned his first book, Called, Claimed, and Commissioned. This Baltimore Native brings a soul-stirring realness to his "church-life" challenges that resulting in an unequivocal understanding of the Call of Spiritual Leadership over his life...as imprinted by God. This debut is an autobiographical glimpse into what others may have seen as his pain, but he knew and understood to be his purpose.