Fox News Books Is Releasing Faith-Themed Book From Harris Faulkner

By A.J. Katz 

Fox News Books, Fox News’ publishing imprint, is releasing its fifth title next month, named  Faith Still Moves Mountains: Miraculous Stories of the Healing Power of Prayer.

From Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner, Faith Still Moves Mountains focuses on the power of prayer and spotlights stories Faulkner feels illustrate the miracles of faith. From first-hand accounts to how faith has influenced Faulkner’s own life, the book provides readers with examples of fortitude and resilience in devotion, such as the story of Heather and Tyler who nearly drowned off the Atlantic Coast to DeEtte whose faith helped find her purpose and potential in life following a stint in jail.

“I am grateful to have the opportunity to witness and share stories of the power of faith and prayer and the reality of miracles,” says Faulkner. “It’s so needed in a world that would like for us to give up the fight. It’s exciting to be part of God’s plan to reach millions of people across America with His word through good old-fashioned testimony!”


Ahead of the on-sale date, which coincides with Fox News Books’ two-year launch anniversary, Fox News will air an hour-long special entitled Faith Still Moves Mountains with Harris Faulkner on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 10 p.m. ET. The special will also drop on Fox Nation that same day.

 Since its 2020 launch, all four Fox News Books titles have achieved New York Times bestseller status in various categories with more than 1.3 million copies sold to date. The imprint has seen particular success with Shannon Bream‘s biblical franchise, and undoubtedly hopes the same for Faulkner’s new faith-based title.

Fox News Books launched in Nov. 2020 with Pete Hegseth’s Modern Warriors. Bream’s The Women of the Bible Speak followed in March 2021, All-American Christmas co-authored by Rachel Campos-Duffy and Sean Duffy debuted Nov. 2021, and Bream’s second Fox News Books title The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible was was released this past March.