Christian Books You Must Read

Last Updated on June 27, 2024 by ellen

I love reading and finding a good Christian book to read can be all that stands between me having a bad day and a good day.  Losing myself in a book that reminds me how much He cares is something I look forward to. It’s easy to get distracted and down some days.  The pressures just sort of mount up and I lose focus.

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Christian books you must read

Christian Books You Must Read

I can honestly say that these Christian books you must read can make a difference.  They are written by some of my very favorite Christian authors.  They’re honest, real, inspiring and encouraging and that is exactly what I need.

New from Joyce Meyer, Living Courageously: PreBuy now at

Living Courageously by Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer explains how, as Christians, we can overcome the paralyzing power of fear by calling upon the Lord. “Fear not” is written throughout the Bible. God knows His children will be confronted with fear, but He can help us resist it. It is your inherited right as a child of God to live life to the fullest and to enjoy it. Joyce will encourage you to be expectant as you learn to conquer fear, become all God wants you to be, and do all He wants you to do. With a blend of personal insight and inspiring Scripture, this book will help you employ the power of God to overcome fear and achieve your best.

New from Joel Osteen, You Can You Will: PreBuy now at

You Can You Will by Joel Osteen

In this book, Joel Osteen focuses on the eight irrefutable traits and attributes of highly successful people. These personal qualities are tested through the ages and all types of circumstances. These practical principles guide the lives of champions: Create bold visions – Dare to dream big dreams. Run your own race – Focus on your unique course and goals. Think positively – Control your thoughts and attitudes.Expect Good things to happen-Anticipate great opportunities.Stay Passionate – Light the fire within and approach life with enthusiasm.Commit to excellence – Do your best and maintain high standards. Keep growing – Deal withyour weaknesses and continually improve.Serve Others – Invest yourself in others.

Ted Dekker, A.D. 30: PreBuy now at

AD 30 by Ted Dekker

In A.D. 30, you’ll step back into the year of our Lord, and dive head first into a war that is raging between kingdoms on the earth and in the heart. The outcast daughter of one of the most powerful Bedouin sheikhs in Arabia, Maviah is called on to protect the very people who rejected her. When their enemies launch a sudden attack with devastating consequences, Maviah escapes with the help of two of her father’s warriors–Saba who speaks more with is sword than his voice and Judah, a Jew who comes from a tribe that can read the stars.

New from Aaron Tabor, Jesus Daily: PreBuy now at

Jesus Daily: 365 Interactive Devotions by Aaron Tabor – 

Based on the major themes found on the most active Facebook page in history, Jesus Daily is a 365-day interactive devotional that goes beyond even the fan page to create a deeper experience and cultural movement that celebrates your redemption in Christ. It presents a devotional thought but also challenges you to respond to each daily reflection using a variety of social media tools.

I hope that these suggestions help you in your search to keep Him closer in your life. Finally, you may also enjoy The Christian Capitalist.

4 thoughts on “Christian Books You Must Read

  1. Great minds think alike! I have tons of CDs, books and DVDs from Joyce. I should think about sharing them with others since I’ve listened to them so many times. It’s hard to part with all her books and study guides though. My sister regularly attends her gatherings in the Midwest and I’ve been to a few. Good stuff.

    I have two of Joel’s books and a set of DVDs that really helped me through the road trips when I traveled a lot. I’ll have to check the other authors here -appreciate the post!

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