HARRISONBURG, VA — Herald Press will no longer be selling books by well-known author Bruxy Cavey, effective immediately. Cavey, author of Herald Press titles Reunion and The End of Religion, was asked to resign from his role as senior pastor at The Meeting House after the church received the results of a third-party investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against him. After submitting his resignation, Cavey publicly confessed to having a longstanding extramarital affair. The Meeting House has named this relationship as an abuse of power and authority.
“We take our responsibility of resourcing the church seriously,” said Amy Gingerich, Herald Press publisher. “Like The Meeting House, we at MennoMedia also stand against sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and the abuse of power and authority. Given that The Meeting House asked Cavey to resign and removed all his teaching videos from their website and the Be In Christ denomination revoked his credentials for ministry, we at Herald Press cannot in good faith sell his books.”
Cavey’s books may continue to be available through retailers who have existing inventory, but Herald Press will no longer publish, print, or distribute Cavey’s titles.
For more information, contact LeAnn Hamby at 540‑908‑3941 or [email protected].