History of Bridge Logos
Bridge Logos began in 1967 as Logos International Fellowship in Plainfield, New Jersey. We are celebrating our fiftieth year of publishing.
A jeweller by the name of Dan Malachuk started Logos by publishing The Challenging Counterfeit by Raphael Gasson. A year later we published Run Baby Run by Nicky Cruz. This exciting autobiography of a former gang leader continues to be one of our best sellers.
As time went on, Logos International Fellowship became Bridge Publishing, Inc. Its new owner Raymond Stanbury started the very successful series of Pure Gold Classics and this series continues to minister to untold thousands of people.
Guy and Kitty Morrell acquired Bridge Publishing in the early nineties, they changed the company name to Bridge-Logos Publishers in order to join together the two previous companies. Eventually the company moved to New Brunswick, New Jersey. Under their dedicated leadership the company grew as relationships with key authors grew.
Bridge-Logos began to publish the works of Ray Comfort, Liberty Savard, Kathryn Kuhlman and many others under the Morrells’ leadership.
In 2002 the company moved to Newberry, Florida.
Dan Malachuk passed away in January 2007 and Guy Morrell died later that year. Kitty Morrell took over the company and asked Lloyd Hildebrand to step in as CEO. Kitty Morrell passed away in August 2009 and Lloyd Hildebrand continued as CEO. In January 2017, Guy and Kitty Morrell’s daughter Suzi Wooldridge, took over as President of Bridge-Logos. With the help of the other two shareholders, Ed Harding and Lloyd Hildebrand, Suzi is running the company from the UK office with her husband Michael Wooldridge.