CT Pastors Books

Secondhand: Travels in the New Global Garage Sale
Blessed Are the Cobblers, Recyclers, and Thrift-Store Shoppers
In a world awash with excess possessions, we’re called to see landfill-bound items the way God does.
Opening the Red Door: The Inside Story of Russia's First Christian Liberal Arts University
Lessons from the Long-Shot Bid to Bring Christian Liberal-Arts Education to Russia
The Russian-American Christian University had a brief lifespan and a limited enrollment. But the school planted seeds that might flower in the future.
Coming Revolution in Church Economics
Here Come the Skinny Cows
Four reasons tithes and offerings are about to drop dramatically.
A Life of Listening: Discerning God's Voice and Discovering Our Own
Pastors Need Friends Born for Adversity
When beloved congregants turned on me, who could I trust for advice?
Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Religion
What If I’m Not the ‘Submissive’ Type?
I used to be repulsed by Ephesians 5. Then I learned to see Paul’s instructions through a gospel lens.
The Characters of Christmas: The Unlikely People Caught Up in the Story of Jesus
Nobodies Were the First to Know
When God announced the birth of Christ to sweaty, uncouth shepherds, he signaled something important about the kind of Messiah he was sending.
God's Spies: The Stasi's Cold War Espionage Campaign inside the Church
When the Shepherds Spy on the Sheep
In communist East Germany, the church was supposed to be a refuge from the government’s godlike gaze. But the secret police managed to bribe and flatter their way in.
Kierkegaard and Spirituality: Accountability as the Meaning of Human Existence (Kierkegaard as a Christian Thinker)
The ‘Self-Actualizing’ Spirituality of Søren Kierkegaard
How the Danish philosopher takes an idea that’s congenial to modern ears and turns it upside down.
How to Pray: A Simple Guide for Normal People
Lord, We Don’t Know What We Should Be Asking of You
For anyone who struggles to pray, Pete Greig’s new book offers an easy and approachable guide.
Resilient Faith: How the Early Christian "Third Way" Changed the World
The Early Church Thrived Amid Secularism and Shows How We Can, Too
The pre-Christendom church managed to avoid both isolationism and accommodationism. Their model gives us a map for post-Christendom challenges.
Loading More...Loading More
Subscribe to Christianity Today and get 2 special issues from CT Pastors each year plus instant access to the digital archives.

Free Newsletters

More Newsletters
close