Books to Build Your Faith

If you are in need of Christian reading material, check out our list of free booklets. Choose any two titles at a time and we’ll get them out to you free of charge.

A classic on evidence which supports the teachings of the Bible. Easy to read with a compelling personal story.

The Case for Easter is part of the more detailed book “The Case for Christ”. This booklet focuses on history which leads to the conclusion that Jesus of Nazareth did physically rise from the dead.

Lee Strobel presents a solid case for the truthfulness of historical Christianity as it is presented in the Bible. Concise, yet ample in details, The Case for Christ is an excellent beginning for those interested in learning more about Christianity.

An inspirational description of the meaning and significance of the death of Jesus Christ on the cross.


A beautiful story of a Savior who can take all our garbage on his shoulders – and amazingly, still stand!


A twenty-six-word parade of hope: beginning with God, ending with life, and urging us to do the same.

If you are looking for a “big picture” explanation of the Bible, this book is a great start.


Positively Lutheran is just that, a thoroughly upbeat presentation of Christianity from a Lutheran perspective.


Want to study the Bible but aren’t sure where to begin, begin with this booklet!

Christ-centered everyday wisdom for busy women to keep their minds focused on Christ.


If you are a guy on the go but still want daily spiritual encouragement, let us send you One Minute Insights for Men.


Most people believe “good people” go to heaven. Does their thinking hold up to scrutiny?

What on earth am I here for? What a great question. How do you answer it? If you’re looking for some ideas, check out this booklet.


Knowing firsthand the reality of the battle of anxiety, Louie Giglio shares both practical and spiritual ways to walk in freedom.


Booklets which are filled with inspiration for the most challenging times in life.


Have you tried to read your Bible only to give up in frustration? Check out “How to Read and Understand the Bible” and then give the Bible another try.


Norman Wright offers important and helpful encouragement to get through the tidal waves of life without letting them overwhelm us, while at the same time acknowledging their impact.

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