In the pipeline for the next few years:
I am working on Foundations of Faith: Reflections on the 39 Articles, which is a commentary on the Anglican confession of faith by 39 scholars, bishops, and pastors from around the world. The chapters started out as blogposts at churchsociety.org and I am adding an introduction and study guide material (Bible passages, questions for reflection, collects for each chapter etc). Out in late 2017, God willing.
I’m delighted to be co-editing (with Brad Green) a volume of the IVP Reformation Commentary on Scripture: https://www.ivpress.com/rcs/. I’ve done the pastoral epistles (1 and 2 Timothy, and Titus). Due out in 2018 I think.
I’m hoping to get a cheap modern paperback edition of The Anglican Homilies (Book 1) out in early 2018, along with Reach, Build, Send: A Pattern for Anglican Ministry which is papers from a Junior Anglican Evangelical Conference, by Paul Williams, Mark Burkill, Glen Scrivener, and others. After this, there will also be a short book by me and Peter Adam on The Reformation and the Gospel, looking at Thomas Cranmer and Martin Luther.
I have been commissioned to write The Christian’s Pocket Guide to John Owen by Christian Focus Publications. This is due out in 2018 alongside a book of Daily Readings from John Owen.
I am writing a book tentatively called Are Anglicans among the Reformed? for the Reformation Heritage Books series Explorations in Reformed Confessional Theology. This could be out sometime in 2019.
Editing: the Hales-Balcanquahal correspondence for a multi-volume critical edition of the documents related to the Synod of Dort, due to published on that august body’s 400th anniversary in 2018. See here for more details.
Also planned are some books on George Herbert, John Calvin, Pleasing God, and the Anglican Lectionary. But no firm plans for publication as yet. Plus, some large scale editing projects are underway on the Complete Works of John Owen, and a multi-volume commentary on the Bible. Details to be announced in due course…