I’m giving away a personal library!

Summer’s nearly done, the school year is gearing up again, and I want to help you kick off the fall right. That’s why I’m giving away over 20 books in partnership with my friends at Zondervan, Crossway, Moody Publishers, Cruciform Press, the Good Book Company, B&H Publishing, Thomas Nelson and more.

Here’s the full list:

  1. New addition: Grounded in the Faith by Kenneth Erisman (added 8/21)
  2. New addition: Gray Matters by Brett McCracken (added 8/21)
  3. Jesus on Every Page by David Murray (added 8/19)
  4. Finally Free by Heath Lambert
  5. The Pastor’s Family by Brian and Cara Croft
  6. Insourcing by Randy Pope
  7. Worship Leaders, We Are Not Rock Stars by Stephen Miller
  8. The End of Our Exploring by Matthew Lee Anderson
  9. The Surprising Grace of Disappointment by John Koessler
  10. Good News to the Poor by Tim Chester
  11. The Pastor’s Justification by Jared C. Wilson
  12. Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung
  13. Housewife Theologian by Aimee Byrd
  14. Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life by Michael Kelley
  15. Death by Living by N.D. Wilson
  16. Clear Winter Nights by Trevin Wax
  17. Judges for You by Tim Keller
  18. Judges: the Flawed and the Flawless (companion study guide) by Tim Keller
  19. Galatians for You by Tim Keller
  20. Galatians: Gospel Matters (companion study guide) by Tim Keller
  21. Christ in the Chaos by Kimm Crandall
  22. Modest by R W Glenn and Tim Challies
  23. Broken Vows by John Greco
  24. The Organized Heart by Staci Eastin
  25. Kingdom Come by Sam Storms (continental US only)
  26. A Neglected Grace by Jason Helopoulos (continental US only)

And don’t be surprised if you see a few extra titles added before this giveaway is done.

Enter using the handy-dandy Punchtab tool below (RSS readers, you’ll need to click through to enter).

The contest closes on August 23rd at midnight. Enjoy!

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  • http://www.boldlion.blogspot.com ‘Guerite ~ BoldLion

    I would be very hard for me to pick out which books that I would love to read. I just about love all of the titles that is being offer in the giveaway contest. I think Galatians for You by Timothy Keller would be my best guess.

  • Joe

    Stoked to have a chance to read any and all of these. Love books that challenge me and introduce me to new ideas. Fingers crossed, hoping to win one of the sets.

  • Shaun Tabatt

    I’m very much interested in reading Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung. Mostly because it’s the story of my life lately… ;-)

  • semper reformanda

    devotionally, “crazy busy”…time management is always a struggle, and one i’m increasingly being convicted is not any sort of badge of honor, but rather symptomatic of other heart issues: pride, poor self-control, etc.

    academically, storms’s book…was raised dispensational pre-millennial, but see lots of problems with that whole paradigm. what i hear from amillennials sounds a lot better most of the time, but still struggle greatly with their seeming dismissal of the last 1/3 of the OT as merely (and vaguely) symbolic. i think there’s a future for israel, but dispensationalism is silly…i’m hoping storms can help.

  • Shawn

    I would love to read The Pastors Justification and The Pastors Family. As a new pastor I think that these would be really helpful.

  • Chris_Land06

    Kingdom Come because I love how Sam Storms writes plus I have finally embrace Amillsnnialism and want to study more on it.

  • Tim Morris

    “Judges for You” because I like Tim Keller’s teaching. “Kingdom Come” and “The End of our Exploring” because I’ve been intrigued by reviews.

  • Bob Priest

    Galatians for You. Love the book of Galatians. Appreciate Keller’s teaching. Heard all kinds of good reviews

  • http://www.larryfarlow.com/ Larry Farlow

    “Finally Free” by Heath Lambert & “Kingdom Come” by Sam Storms

  • Timothy Harris

    The three that I would most want to read are Kingdom Come (to better understand Amillennialism), The Pastor’s Justification (to sharpen me for shepherding), and Galatians For You (to better understand the law-gospel distinction and covenant theology).

  • http://thebreadline.wordpress.com/ davidbissett

    I’m looking forward to reading Sam Storms book. I know he is a fine writer and this topic needs more visibility today.

  • Tony

    Definitely want to read The Pastor’s Justification, The Pastor’s Family, Judges for You and Good News for the Poor first… but they all look great.

  • Jason

    Most looking forward to the Pastor’s Justification. I’ve been pastoring for just a little over a year & look forward to the challenge to continue applying the gospel to my life.

  • Persis

    It’s a toss-up between Kingdom Come, Housewife Theologian and Broken Vows.

  • Kevin Halloran

    toss up between “Judges for You” by Keller and “Crazy Busy” by Deyoung. I love both of those authors for their edifying writing. Keller is deeply insightful, while DeYoung adds humor well.

  • Roben Bradford Closs

    Crazy Busy by Kevin de Young

  • Ben

    I’m excited about Death by Living from N.D Wilson and The Pastor’s Justification. As I see it, while each book has a different end in mind. They are each a practice in applying and seeing the depths of God’s Gospel and God’s world.

  • Jonathan Holmes

    I am looking forward to reading Sam Storm’s new book, “Kingdom Come”!

  • Greg_akamrt

    It’s a tough choice, but I think I would pick up Keller’s book on Galatians first. I love this book of the Bible and I enjoy Keller’s writing and insights.

  • http://theologic.us/ Joe Louthan

    What am I looking forward to reading? Too many to list. But on top, would be Death by Living by N.D. Wilson and The Pastor’s Justification by Jared C. Wilson along with the Keller commentaries.

  • mkingsley11

    I think the top two from a quick glance at the list would be “Worship Leaders, We are not Rockstars” and “Housewife Theologian”

  • fenceposter

    Looking forward to Trevin’s book. Because I know the guy!

  • Craig P. Hurst

    Crazy Busy because it is that time of year again!

  • http://asmallwork.wordpress.com/ Ryan Higginbottom

    I’m most interested in reading Death by Living, because I’ve heard such great things about this and Wilson’s Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl.

  • Ray

    I’m most interested in reading Kingdom Come by Sam Storms.

  • Zack

    I would love to read away Stephen MIller’s book because I’m involved in the worship team at my church, along with Finally Free and the Organized Heart for their personal challenges.

  • John Wiley

    “The Pastor’s Justification” by Wilson sounds like the perfect book for me right now. I hear it is both refreshingly biblical and helpfully practical.

  • Jay Budzilowski

    Looking forward to Deyoung’s book… I enjoy his preaching

  • http://www.beforethecross.com/ Mike Mobley

    The Tim Keller books, for his content and also the commentaries.

  • Cory Rankin

    I am really looking forward to reading The Pastor’s Justification by Jared C. Wilson because I want to continually grow in my understanding that my identity is in Christ and not in ministry.

  • LBM

    Galatians for You. Love Tim Keller and the book of Galatians. Thanks!

  • Thad Bergmeier

    The Pastor’s Justification – Heard many good things about it….

  • Ben Thorp

    I was going to say Kingdom Come, by Sam Storms, but I see that won’t be available to me if I win :( Next up is likely to be Good News to the Poor by Tim Chester.

  • Maria Goodhue

    I would love to read the Housewife Theologian and Christ in the Chaos. I am a homeschooling mom to ten children and always love encouragement! I would also like to read Crazy Busy as I feel that busyness applies to my life so much and I am constantly reminding myself to find that fine line of balance. These are some really great selections you’ve chosen!

  • http://jamedders.com/ J.A. Medders

    Crazy Busy. Cause, I’m like, crazy busy.

  • Kendall

    This is such a great list of books!!! I would probably have to say that The Pastor’s Justification is the one I would want to read most since I am myself a pastor. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Justin Serra

    Crazy Busy – I’ve been very overwhelmed and not feeling like I’m dealing my time correctly.

    Everything by Tim Keller, do I need a reason to look forward to a Tim Keller book?

    Broken Vows, currently attending a church where 70% of my students parents are divorced along with my own parents. Would love a good tool to help them through this time.

  • Michael Cooper

    I would say I’m most interested in reading Sam Storms Kingdom Come. I’ve recently read GK Beale’s New Testament Biblical Theology as he articulates the already/not yet millennialism. As a historic premill I am interested to see how Storms defines the millennial reign of Christ from an amill prespective.

  • Dave M.

    I’d love to dive into the two Keller “For You” commentaries, plus I’m pretty sure “Crazy Busy” was written specifically about/for me.

  • Nick Hill

    Pastors Justification. I am in ministry and I often use ministry as a form of “works righteousness.” Thanks.

  • Wes

    Crazy Busy caught my eye mostly because I’ve been there and hear it all the time. I’m interested to hear Kevin’s perspective.

  • Daniel

    I’m looking most forward to The Pastor’s Justification by Jared Wilson because I have loved everything I’ve read by Wilson so far.

  • Brad

    I love reading anything by Tim Keller. He is legit. But there are so many others that would be great reads.

  • Joshua Fuentes

    Neglected Grace sounds awesome!

  • Willie Harris, Jr.

    I would say The Pastor’s Justification.

  • Joe Best

    I’m really looking forward to reading Kevin DeYoung’s book Crazy Busy. I think this busyness something I’ve used as an excuse and at the same time tried telling others it is not an excuse (I know…I know, bad me).

  • stevodresen

    I am looking forward to Kingdom Come by Storms because I am currently studying eschatology and think his perspective would be valuable.

  • barwal

    Death by Living — love N.D. Wilson!

  • RicePoint

    Modest by R W Glenn and Tim Challies is a book that I would like to read the most. The subject and the authors are of interest to me.

  • Curtis Wayne, Jr.

    I’m most excited about Kingdom Come, by Sam Storms. I have been writing a lot of songs lately and have been focused on the subject of the Kingdom, so that should be a good read!

  • Tracey

    Housewife Theologian. Sometimes I feel so unproductive as a stay at home Mom. Maybe this will have some ideas I can put into practice.

  • http://justinwoulard.com Justin Woulard

    Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life by Michael Kelley

  • Will

    I’m most looking forward to Kingdom Come by Sam Storms and Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung.

  • Chris

    Looking forward to reading The Pastor’s Family. Looks very helpful . . .

  • http://www.brandonschmidt.me/ Brandon Schmidt

    I am excited to read the Worship Leaders book by Stephen Miller. When I was in college I served as a worship leader for a time, and I struggled with the dynamics of being in front of people and leading them towards the throne. Too often I would make much about myself or my ability, and not make much of Christ.

  • JD

    kingdom come by sam storms to help me clarify my eschatology

  • Jesse Benack

    For me it would be Kingdom Come by Storms. I come from a Classic Premillenial position and would like to read a solid amill. Argument.

  • Kelli

    Housewife Theologian Stands out to me because that sounds like where I am in my life right now.

  • Brian Hedges

    Death by Living – b/c ND WIlson is such a darn good writer

  • barwal

    I’ve tried several times now, and can’t get past the third entry option.

  • CSL

    Probably Keller on Judges, since I’ll probably be preaching on Judges in the fall as part of my church’s preaching series.

  • David Wagner

    I am looking forward to the pastor’s justification.

  • Dan Brubacher

    The Pastor’s Justification–I am a pastor, and I have heard tremendous things about this book.

  • http://bobbyshirley.com/ Bobby Shirley

    Galatians for You. I love Tim Keller’s writing and thought processes.

  • Mark H.

    Most looking forward to ‘Clear Winter Nights’ by Trevin Wax!

  • Chris Crane

    The book’s I’m most excited about reading would be a tie between “The Pastor’s Justification” and “Death By Living”.

  • Chris Bach

    I’m into Trevin Wax and Sam Storms’ writing, so their books.

  • Jon Roberts

    Sam Storms book because I want to know what I believe about the millenium

  • justin

    Pastor’s Justification…

  • Dustin Turner

    Definitely wanting to read “The Pastor’s Justification.” Heard great things. Plus, always wanting to fight to be a healthy pastor.

  • http://www.ChristiansInContext.com/ Jared Totten

    As a worship pastor, I am looking forward to Worship Leaders, We Are Not Rock Stars by Stephen Miller and The Pastor’s Justification by Jared C. Wilson

  • Brian

    Kingdom Come. To understand this position better.

  • Katharine Duffy

    I am most excited about Kingdom Come by Sam Storms.

  • Janice

    Household Theologian as I follow her blog.

  • Elizabeth Hankins

    I’m most looking forward to reading “Christ in the Chaos” because I’d really love to grow in having inner peace even when things outside don’t look very peaceful. ;)

  • Anthony Holdier

    I’m particularly interested in either of the books on Judges, since I’ll be leading my high school classes through that book later this year.

  • Michael

    Judges For You or Kingdom Come!

  • Jacoby Nelson

    Keller’s Galatians to you because I love the way he unpacks the Gospel so many different ways with practical relevance and I’ve heard very great things about this book. Also, Wilson’s Death by Living just because I really like his writing style. :)

  • http://picturezealot.com/ PictureZealot

    I would most like the book on Galatians. I need to study it more, and Keller’s book would be good for one aspect of it.

  • Noah

    Kingdom Come by Sam Storms. Really want to get this eschatology question settled in my own heart and mind once for all.

  • Andrew Holm

    I’d love to get my hands on anything by Tim Keller! He’s a fantastic author, and I only one book by him so far, and it’s not on the list.

  • dave

    1) Boring, because the cultural pendulum war going back and forth between the Radicals and the Normals fascinates me.

    2) Judges for You, because I love seeing Christ in the Old Testament.

  • http://www.loganpaschke.tumblr.com Logan Paschke

    Kingdom Come because I really want to read a modern, deep work on Amillenialism.

  • Adella Gonzalez

    I can’t wait to read Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life. I read the reviews on Amazon and that really got me interested.

    As for the other books, to be honest, I would like to read all of them. I’ve been quite curious about certain things and would like to educate myself and become enlightened.

    Finger’s crossed to win this wonderful collection. Thank you for the chance.

  • Rob

    Just became a pastor this year, and I would love to read through The Pastor’s Justification by Jared Wilson.

  • joshbishop

    I’m most excited for N.D. Wilson’s “Death By Living.” I was a big fan of “Notes,” and winning this one would save me some cash, as I’ll be buying it if’n I don’t win a free copy here.

  • PastorPusch

    Crossway has put out some incredible titles lately… some of which I’ve read, many of which I would still like to read. Books by DeYoung and Keller are always worth picking up.

  • http://www.lisaspence.com/ Lisa Spence

    Housewife Theologian! I met Aimee last year at TGCW and I have been eagerly awaiting her book for months :)

  • groundedGeek

    Lots to choose from, probably looking forward to the Keller ones first…

  • Joe Garner

    Sam Storms book on Amillennialism is at the top of my list. The shear size of it intrigues me and I have been looking for an updated and comprehensive look at the millennial view.

  • Stephen Forrer

    I’m excited to read Galatians For You and use the study guide. I like Keller’s writing style and I find his books hard to put down even while their Gospel messages are a punch in the gut. So, of course I’m also interested in Judges For You along with Crazy Busy and Worship Leaders… My wife and I lead some crazy busy lives and we’re both involved with the worship ministry at out church. Most of these books I’ve had in my cart on Amazon just waiting for the right budgetary moment. :-P Thanks for the opportunity! God bless!

  • Abe J

    Keller’s book on Galatians. It will be helpful for our church Bible study.

  • Brad Newman

    I’m excited to read “The Pastor’s Justification.” It’s been on my list a long time!

  • Don Haflich

    Galatians for you by Keller is probably the book I’m most looking forward to reading.

  • Abigail Snyder

    I think “Galatians for You” by Tim Keller is probably the book I would read first… I really like Keller’s writing style and insight into the Scriptures.

  • Jerry Brodie

    The grace of disappointment would be number one. We need more counterbalance in our lives to Christian triumphalism.

  • Aaron Contreras

    This give-a-way has some amazing authors like: Jared C. Wilson, Kevin DeYoung, Trevin Wax, Tim Keller, and so many more. There is so much wisdom that can be gleaned from these awesome authors.

  • Seth

    Judges For You by Tim Keller seems like it would be amazing. It’s a very neglected book and I love it, as dark and harsh as it can be.

  • Keith Edwards

    I think Crazy Busy would be my first choice. Profitable exhortation!

  • Julie

    Kingdom Come by Sam Storms looks interesting.

  • Sher C

    A lot of these look interesting. I would say Modest by Glenn and Challies because I attend a church where Glenn used to pastor and I am a Challies fan.

  • Mrs Shannon K Orton

    Crazy Busy because that is me and I just want to sit down and read a book.

  • Cesar Vigil-Ruiz

    I am looking forward to reading Finally Free by Heath Lambert, because I believe the issues addressed in that book need to be dealt with among Christian men, and that we need to be equipped in counseling guys in that area. Thanks for the opportunity!

  • Trevor Peck

    Death by Living – I loved Notes from the tilt-a-whirl!

  • marcus collins

    Though i’m not a musician, thinking Biblically about congregational worship is important to me; so i’m deeply interested to read Stephen Miller’s book.

  • Josh King

    I’m looking forward to /The Pastor’s Justification/ as it comes from a respected preacher in a small rural church.

  • Joshua38

    I’m looking forward to reading SEVERAL in this list! I’ve already heard what a tremendous book “Kingdom Come” is, and what an outstanding overview of biblical eschatology it offers. So, that’s probably at the top of my list! I’m also anxious to read “The Pastor’s Justification” by Jared Wilson (who’s always an insightful writer), “Galatians for You” by Tim Keller, and “Crazy Busy” by Kevin DeYoung (a theme that I can definitely related to!).

    Of course, I also see a few titles that will be of great interest to my wife, who is the area director for Child Evangelism Fellowship (a ministry that she’s served for over 13 years now). All I can really say is – WOW! What a great blessing it would be to win this collection!

  • Brian

    The Surprising Grace of Disappointment…now that’s an interesting title!

  • Matt Chegash

    I didn’t have time to look through all the titles in the giveaway, but I am excited about the Galatians and Judges books by Tim Keller. Also, I have heard good things about Finally Free, and Kingdom Come.

  • Jason Custer

    I would love to read Keller’s insights into Judges. I think his strength is in expositing stories, so hearing his way of expositing the book of Judges would be most exciting to me.

  • Debi Martin

    Probably Housewife Theologian

  • Jennifer

    I’m excited about all of these! Top books would be Kingdom Come because Sam Storm’s change in position in regards to the millenium makes me want to rethink & restudy the topic. Worship Leaders, We Are Not Rock Stars because I’ve been involved in worship ministry and leadership for many years, and resources on the topic from the Reformed community always excite me. All the Tim Keller books because I love studying the Bible and love good resources on books of the Bible.

  • Phil Simpson

    Probably looking forward to reading “Crazy Busy” the most (for obvious reasons–needing balance and perspective with a hectic schedule). Also David Murray’s book “Jesus on Every Page,” to deepen my appreciation of the gospel of Christ in the Old Testament.

  • Thinking…Man

    Death by Living, by N.D. Wilson, and Kingdom Come, by Storms look to be excellent books.

  • brianfalexander

    The Pastor’s Justification by Jared C. Wilson because he’s such a great person to follow on twitter. I want to see what he says in more than 140 characters.

  • http://www.homeschoolingforhisglory.blogspot.com/ Joelle

    I am looking forward to Pastor’s Family as we are a pastor’s family.

  • Tom Parsons

    Looking forward to reading Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung. I have a feeling I need to hear what he has to say.

  • Richard

    Galatians for you by Tim Keller!

  • cherierc

    Looking forward to all of them… but proably #’s 7, 10, 11, and 22 the most.

  • Luke

    “Death by Living” (Wilson) – I’ve heard the book is excellent, and i really enjoy his writing style.

  • http://mooremichael.com/ Michael Moore

    All of them because we’ve (wife and myself) decided to take the leap into full time ministry without me getting the traditional M.Div. We’re going to document my progress to help others to find the right mentors, books, and ways to stay accountable when traditional theological education is not an option.
    So yeah, if it’s God’s will let it be done. If not I’m sure someone else will be blessed by this great collection of books.

    In Christ,
    Michael Moore

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  • http://www.mhmcintyre.us/ Mark McIntyre

    I like Keller’s writing style and am always blesses by his content, so the Keller books would be my choice.

  • Anthony Spallone

    Judges for You. I would love to see how Keller expounds the gospel from the Book of Judges!

    http://twoinklingsintheshire.blogspot.co.uk

  • Dennis

    Crazy Busy by DeYoung. We’re just too busy and the book is not that long.

  • Matthew Kingsolver

    Clear Winter Nights

  • Chrystie

    Probably The End of Our Exploring or Clear Winter Nights….

  • Spencer

    I’d love to read these books and once I’m done, possibly pass it on to someone else who would benefit from reading them.

  • Caleb

    Pastor’s justification

  • J-HALLA

    I’m pumped about Clear Winter Nights!

  • Glenn Davis

    Tim Keller is one of my favorite authors.

  • Michael B.

    Pastor’s Justification

  • Kofi Adu-Boahen

    Would love to read Judges for You – really enjoyed Galatians for You

  • David Norman

    So many of those look phenomenal, but I would likely grab Murray’s book first.

  • Michelle Dacus Lesley

    I’m intrigued by “Housewife Theologian,” because that’s what I am, a housewife and women’s Bible study author, speaker, and teacher.

  • Kevin Fiske

    Galatians for You and The Pastor’s Justification…thanks for the giveaway, Aaron!

  • JViola79

    I think I would pick Timothy Keller’s, Galatians For You as I just finished Judges For You & absolutely LOVED it.

  • Elizabeth

    I’m looking forward to reading Clear Winter Nights. I read Trevin’s blog and am intrigued by the mix of fiction with strong theological content.

  • Jonathan Dennis

    Strangely enough I’ve been looking forward to reading “Kingdom Come” for awhile now.

  • Ryan

    Judges for You by Keller. Really enjoyed his commentary on Galatians, love reading Keller, love reading commentaries, and so its an easy choice!

  • James O

    Looking forward to David Murray’s book and more DeYoung!

  • Daniel A.

    I’m most looking forward to “Kingdom Come” by Sam Storms because Storms has an impeccable ability to discuss difficult topics biblically and with clarity.

  • Nick Moore

    Definitely Jared Wilson’s book!

  • Gaines

    Death by Living by N.D. Wilson. I read Notes From the Tilt-A-Whirl a few months back and loved it.

  • Dave Cooke

    I would most like to read the Pastor’s Family, because as a new Pastor, I don’t want to let my life get out of balance.

  • Shannon Bond

    Jesus On Every Page–because I need a more Christ-centered understanding of the OT.
    The Pastor’s Family–because I want to lead my family well.
    A Neglected Grace–for the same reason

  • Jasper Rains

    The Tim Keller Judges book is the one I am most looking forward to reading.

  • Dave Wonders

    Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung or Clear Winter Nights by Trevin Wax… I love their blogs on the Gospel Coalition

  • http://www.michaelkrahn.com Michael Krahn

    Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung

  • Steve Goble

    Christ in the Chaos… title sounds very relate-able to the society we’re living in now.

  • TMKvamme

    I would read Crazy Busy because right now I am crazy busy.

  • Zac

    Any book by Tim Keller.

  • leah

    Housewife theologian. ME too!

  • Donna Kellogg

    I would love to read them all but First I would read Finally Free

  • Joel van Loon

    Most excited about The Pastors Family.

  • Andrew

    I look forward to Clear Winter Nights. Trevin Wax has a wonderful blog

  • Philip

    Jesus on Every Page!
    I’ve been looking forward to reading this book ever since I first heard about it!
    Any book that helps show Christ throughout all of scripture is a book that I want to read!

  • Seth Woodley

    I am looking forward to Finally Free. I have heard great things.

  • Justin Runyan

    Kingdom Come by Sam Storms. I’ve been studying this issue recently and I’ve wanted to pick up this book.

  • David McClelland

    Family Worship is something I struggle with leading in our family, so I think I would like to read A Neglected Grace first

  • Ann Murphy Dunlap

    So many of them sound great. “Boring…” is a very intriguing title, and I would probably read that one first! Life gets boring, and God is always extraordinary.

  • http://jeremysarber.com/ Jeremy Sarber

    “Kingdom Come” by Sam Storms.

  • Craig Ervin

    Judges by Keller is the most exciting. There are very few good books on that book of the Bible.

  • Angela Townsend

    I’m most excited about Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life, because I wrestle with the sweet contentment I find in my very “ordinary” life.

  • Andy

    It’s hard to pick, but anything by Keller is good!

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  • mk1045

    Galatians for You is something I am looking forward to in reading. Tim Keller has a way of explaining Bible passages clearly and with a unique point of view. He also inspires me to obey God’s Word.

  • http://matthewstarner.com/ Matthew Starner

    As someone who’s starting seminary in just a couple of weeks, I’m looking forward to any that will help further my ministry, like Kingdom Come, Insourcing, and Finally Free.

  • Nate Downey

    Kingdom Come by Sam Storms

  • Jacob

    Looking forward to reading “The Pastors Justification” by Jared C. Wilson. Just going in to pastoral ministry – would be very helpful at these early stages.

  • Daniel Rees Yam

    Jesus on every age because all sermons and preaching e must be Christ centered.

  • Hoosier Pastor

    I’m most looking forward to the Galatians books by Tim Keller

  • http://chriscoppenbarger.drupalgardens.com Chris Coppenbarger

    Kingdom Come by Sam Storms because I really want to read and understand his views on amillenialism.

  • BobW

    looking forward to Jerad Wilsons b/c he’s Jerad Wilson, and b/c I am starting seminary

  • Marcos Gray

    Galatians for You by Timothy Keller because I really love Galatians and wanna know what Tim Keller can teach me about it!

  • Jon

    A neglected grace. I want to do better

  • Bliss Spillar

    My wife just gave birth to our first child, Cora and we are in the process of preparing for full time gospel ministry. I am looking forward to reading The Pastor’s Family as I wrestle with what it looks like to pastor my home before anything else.

  • Jacob Riggs

    Most looking forward to anything by Keller because he’s the man!

  • Chris Talbot

    It’s probably a toss-up between Jared C. Wilson’s book and Brett McCracken’s. I read Brett’s book “Hipster Christianity” and was enthralled by his insight and clarity. However, I’ve been wanting to read some of Jared’s books for some time now, and this would give me a chance to.

  • Marco

    I hope I get the Tim Keller books, as I’ve enjoyed every book I’ve read from him.

  • Nick Horton

    Kingdom Come, because I don’t know enough about eschatology and whole Bible theology to have a concrete view yet, and the Pastor’s Justification, because he’s a good writer and I’m curious to read it.

  • Chris Seay

    I am looking forward to reading Kingdom Come by Sam Storms.

  • Kris

    Housewife Theologian. Heard great things about it.

  • Sarah V.

    Most looking forward to Housewife Theologian! Just hits me right where I am.

  • Steve Stutzman

    The two books that I’m most interested to read are “Crazy Busy” by Kevin DeYoung and “Kingdom Come” by Sam Storms.

  • Clarinda Olenslager

    13, 15 and 21

    • Clarinda Olenslager

      Oh and because I heard they were good.

  • Kyle

    Jesus on every page because I’ve heard so many good things about it.

  • Jonathan Ward

    Worship Leaders, We are not Rockstars, because….relevant!

  • superrustyfly

    Looking forward to Good News to the Poor

  • Matt H

    I would probably have to say Galatians for You. An in-depth, practical look at the book of Galatians would definitely be refreshing for me

  • Phil

    Galatians for You by Tim Keller is the first one I would open for sure!

  • Aaron

    The Pastor’s Family looks like helpful and practical read. Pastors families do not have the luxury of the theological education that pastors do.

  • Allen Ray Mickle Jr.

    I love Brian Croft so I am looking forward to The Pastor’s Family, and I think my wife would absolutely love Housewife Theologian.

  • pastorricky99

    Galatians, love reading Tim Keller and love the book of Galatians!

  • http://rodpitts.wordpress.com/ Rod Pitts

    Crazy Busy and Galatians. Galatians is one of my favorite books so I like to read anything on that. And Crazy Busy is very relevant.

  • Allen

    Kingdom Come by Storms. I’ve been wanting to study Eschatology more.

  • Kris

    They all look good, but I would say The Pastor’s Justification by Jared C. Wilson would be the one I would read first.

  • Ian

    The Surprising Grace of Disappointment looks rad.

  • Ross Phillips

    All the books by Tim Keller. He is an amazing author and I always enjoy reading his books.

  • James Matichuk

    I love Keller and would look most forward to Galatians for You and Judges for you. Tim Chester’s Good News to the Poor also looks interesting

  • Lindsay Kennedy

    I think Kingdom Come by Storms because I’ve not read a full-length articulation of Amillennialism. I like Storms and think his background in dispensationalism would make it an interesting read.