I’m Possible (2019)
Jeremy’s new book “I’m Possible: Jumping Into Fear and Discovering a Life of Purpose” is now available for Pre-order! The book is based on Jeremy’s viral life story video that was released in 2015 and launched Jeremy’s speaking career where he has delivered this message to tens of thousands across America ever since. The book dives much deeper into all of the stories and projects Jeremy has done and ultimately encourages people of all ages to jump into fear in order to find their own purpose in life.
What's Your Mark? (2013)
Join celebrity photographer and social artist Jeremy Cowart as he presents 21 compelling stories of “mark makers” - people who are making their mark on the world today. ... And you'll be inspired to make your mark―whether through your occupation, your talents, or your selfless love and giving to others.
The poor will be glad (2008)
In 2008, Jeremy traveled to 17 countries and 6 continents in 3 months with Louie Giglio and the Passion World Tour. Jeremy's images capture both the diverse beauty of the world's major cities as well as the faces of an emerging generation seeking to live for what matters most.
Hope in the dark (2006)
This eminently practical book by two leading experts in the field of poverty reduction offers a clear plan to help ordinary Christians translate their compassion into thoughtful action. Authors Peter Greer and Phil Smith draw on their personal experiences to provide proven solutions for effectively reducing poverty. The Poor Will Be Glad examines the pitfalls of traditional approaches and outlines a new model of economic development aimed at breaking the cycle of dependency.
"Hope in the Dark" is Jeremy's first book and was photographed on his first trip overseas to Africa in 2005. In this book, Jeremy documents the hope and pain of Africa's AIDS generation - a generation beset by poverty and fear, a generation in which children in some countries are more likely to die of AIDS than not. But despite the sickening odds, Cowart captures brief glimpses of beauty, optimism and joy as he makes his way across the continent.