Ever been there before?
You get about halfway through a book and realize it’s not worth your time. But not only time, you also spent money and energy that you’ll never get back.
“What was I thinking?” you lament.
You wonder why you even bought the book.
This kind of stuff happens all-the-time to Christians.
I’m convinced that many would-be Christian readers aren’t reading simply because they don’t know where to start. But who can you blame? With so many books available, these days, it’s hard to decide what to read, and most importantly, what not to read.
So what do you do?
The Christian Reader’s Resource Guide
I’ve searched the most trusted sites and names, and I came up with the list below to help you find a good book on essentially any topic of interest for Christians. This list is by no means exhaustive, and I don’t necessarily agree with every book from every list. Still, this is a decent place to start.
So … for those of you wondering what you should read next, here’s 49 links to help you find the best books (Free PDF version below):
- David Murray ranks his top 10 books from over 20+ categories.
- Tim Challies recommends his top picks from over 30+ categories.
- You can find tons of great Christian books from several different topics right here.
- Christians in business will appreciate Michael Hyatt’s 37 best business books ever.
- One church staff recommends these books for Christmas time.
- The Pastoral Interns at Kevin DeYoung’s Church have to read the 10 books listed here.
- Every new Christian should read these 5 books.
- Here’s The Top 10 Best Books on Christian Apologetics for beginners.
- The Blazing Center outlines 50 Books Every Christian Should Read.
- You can find the top 10 best books from several topics here.
- Here’s 10 great Christian biographies.
- 20+ excellent books for Christian leaders.
- Get most of John Piper’s books for free (PDF version).
- Here’s a Christian guide to reading books.
- Here’s 11 Books Every Christian in College Should Read.
- View Reformed Theological Seminary’s reading list here.
- Here’s 17 resources on same-sex attraction.
- Learn how to read 500 books a year like D.A Carson.
- One blogger names his top 100 Christians books ever written.
- Here’s a good summer reading list.
- Worship leaders will enjoy reading the top 10 books on worship.
- Here’s Trevin Wax’s top 15 books on worship.
- Tim Keller’s life was impacted after reading these 5 books during college.
- The Reformed Forum has a suggested reading list in three different levels.
- 10 books ever new Calvinist should read from Ligonier Ministries.
- The folks at Desiring God recommend over 100+ books here.
- Reformed Books dot net recommends these books.
- Here’s the 5 best books on fighting sexual sin.
- Check out The Village Church’s book recommendations.
- A list of Matt Chandler’s favorite books of all-time.
- 15 books every Christian should read before turning 30.
- Read a bunch of FREE eBooks form Monergism.
- Read book reviews from TGC, Tim Challies, Aaron Armstrong, or Servants of Grace.
- Great books from 9Marks on the church.
- Crossway names 10 helpful books for Church leaders.
- 20 book recommendations for pastors from Practical Shepherding.
- Or check out 5 Non-Ministry books every Minister should read.
- Tim Keller recommends 9 books on culture.
- Here’s where you can find all the best commentaries.
- Get a bunch of awesome Bible study tools from logos.
- The best books on homosexuality.
- Christianity Today’s annual list of best books of the year.
- Desiring God’s top book of the year for the past decade is here.
- 50 Books J.I. Packer thinks you should read.
- Reformation 21 recommends Reformed books here.
- And don’t forget to read these 10 books on prayer.
- The 250+ best resources on Seminary.
- Here’s the best Christian books for women.
- And finally, don’t forget these book reading tips so that you can read these books well!
Get the PDF Version
You don’t have to keep coming back to my blog to read this list. Instead, just download the PDF version and have the list with you everywhere you go.
P.S. If you think I should add a link to this list, email me or comment below. I’d love to hear your suggestion.