It's been reported that they were discontinuing their general fiction line and would only be publishing novels in their Th1ink line, as well as "missional" fiction.
This is not true.
Editorial Director Dan Benson clarified for us exactly what's happening at NavPress:
"NavPress has decided to pull back from the quota approach (say,12-15 general fiction titles per year) to considering fiction on a more highly selective basis, publishing perhaps 4-6 titles per year. Our door is always open to an outstanding general-fiction concept. Meanwhile, our Th1nk and Deliberate lines will pursue good fiction as always.
Last week NavPress did undergo a board-mandated reduction of several staff, including Rod Morris, whom I consider a top editor as well as a good friend."
In a letter sent out to NavPress authors and agents, Dan further clarifies: