Something for Everyone
Find a book or Bible for everyone on your list by browsing the lists below. Just click on a specific category to be taken directly to the list you’re interested in seeing.
Thirty-one daily readings from Paul David Tripp equip us to do the one thing that matters most each December—celebrating the glory of the incarnation of God's Son.
Best-selling author Wayne Grudem explains in 42 thorough chapters what the Bible says about ethical questions regarding marriage, government, abortion, and dozens of other issues in this highly practical, biblically based volume on Christian ethics.
Filled with biblical wisdom and aimed at debunking the false promises people often believe about money, this book by best-selling author Paul David Tripp gives a fresh understanding of money through the lens of the gospel.
Edward T. Welch guides small groups through 8 lessons aimed at helping ordinary Christians create a community where people bear one another’s burdens and care for each other in times of trouble.
Tracing 9 themes throughout the Bible, this book reveals how God’s plan for the new heaven and the new earth, far better than restoration to Eden, is already having an impact in the world today.
Examining what Jesus taught about prayer and how the first Christians approached prayer in the early church, this book offers practical advice for those eager to prioritize prayer in their churches. Part of the 9Marks: Building Healthy Churches series.
Claiming that the best way to find meaning in life is to get honest about death, this book aims to show readers the practical effect of remembering their mortality in order to make the most of their lives today.
In an age of consumerism, individualism, and skepticism, this book demonstrates how God’s holy love and authority are presented to a watching world through the church. A 9Marks book.
Pastor and best-selling author Kevin DeYoung delivers critical truth about the Ten Commandments as he explains what they are, why we should know them, and how we should apply them today.
The ESV Proverbs: Daily Wisdom presents the proverbs laid out into daily readings over the course of a year, allowing the reader space and time to slow down and meditate on a few verses a day, all year long.
The ESV Story of Redemption Bible is a journey through the sweeping storyline of Scripture, with nearly 900 notes written by pastor Greg Gilbert interspersed throughout the full ESV text, and a foldout timeline in the back.
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With engaging stories from her own life-changing encounter with radically ordinary hospitality, Butterfield equips Christians to use their homes as a means to showing a post-Christian world what authentic love and faith really look like.
This book by the best-selling author of Women of the Word explores ten attributes of God that Christians are called to reflect, helping readers discover freedom and purpose in becoming all that God made them to be.
With a clear articulation of the gospel alongside practical examples from ten women, this book supplies role models for learning how to faithfully and effectively share the gospel in any context.
This rereleased, high-quality edition of the ESV Illuminated Bible features a top grain leather cover and the full ESV text alongside more than 500 elegantly hand-lettered gold ink illustrations by renowned artist Dana Tanamachi.
Barbara Hughes encourages women to joyfully pursue a disciplined life of godliness through insightful reflections on Scripture, wise questions for self-evaluation, and helpful suggestions for direct application.
This exploration of ten attributes that belong to God alone reminds us of why our limits are a good thing in light of God’s limitlessness—celebrating the freedom that comes from letting God be God.
A popular Bible teacher offers practical guidance and helpful tips for women who want to go deeper in their study of the Bible and learn how to teach others to do the same.
Historian Michael Haykin reminds contemporary Christians of the important contributions eight women have made in the history of the church, including Jane Austen, Lady Jane Grey, and Sarah Edwards.
ESV Illuminated Scripture Journal: New Testament Set pairs the entirety of each book of the New Testament with a lightly dotted blank page opposite each page of Bible text and hand-lettered illustrations interspersed throughout—providing space to creatively engage with and reflect on the Word of God.
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Exploring a biblical vision of true friendship, this book demonstrates the universal need for friendship, what true friendship really looks like, and how to cultivate deeper relationships.
Although burnout is growing increasingly common among men in ministry, it doesn’t have to be inevitable. Pastor and counselor David Murray offers men gospel-centered hope for avoiding and recovering from burnout, setting a more sustainable pace.
This inspiring and best-selling book uses biblical wisdom, engaging illustrations, practical suggestions for daily living, and personal study questions to address the major areas of contemporary Christian manhood.
Popular pastor and radio host Tony Evans gives men the advice and inspiration they need to battle on through difficult circumstances and be the men God made them to be.
Well-known biblical scholar James Hamilton explores the theme of work throughout the whole Bible—its original purpose, how it was affected by the fall, and how we should think about it today. Part of the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series.
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Helping Christian parents raise their children with grace and the gospel, this book addresses topics such as the law, God’s forgiveness and love, and true heart obedience—a great resource for raising grace-filled kids.
Furman gives moms a fresh, biblical perspective on their calling to raise and nurture children, helping them live out God’s story of redemption as they offer the message of the gospel to those around them.
Motherhood is a gift from God, but sometimes it can be overwhelming. Reorienting exhausted moms to the soul-satisfying grace of God, Gloria Furman helps readers learn to treasure Christ in the mundane moments of life.
This book combats misunderstandings about the value of at-home work to help moms see how Christ infuses glorious meaning and significance into every facet of ordinary life.
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The author of Family Driven Faith equips men to model and transfer God’s truth within their homes, covering topics that span from marriage and parenting to media habits and overcoming difficult family dynamics.
This popular book is a celebration of a biblically informed view of parenting and the family.
This book sets forth fourteen practical and gospel-centered principles that help parents view their role through the lens of God’s grace, radically changing how they interact with their children.
This touching memoir by two parents recounts the highs and lows of raising children with specials needs, ultimately directing readers to the God who promises us peace and joy, even in the midst of trials.
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The ESV Student Study Bible, adapted from the ESV Study Bible, contains 12,000+ study notes, book introductions and timelines, 80+ maps and illustrations, 120 character profiles, 900 "Did You Know?" facts, 10 topical articles, and more.
Carries the momentum of Disciplines of a Godly Man to the next generation of Christians, featuring a relevant, no-nonsense angle that appeals to the sensibilities of young men.
Written by a teenager for teenagers, This Changes Everything is a deeply theological yet practical and accessible book on how the gospel radically transforms every aspect of the teen years.
Purity addresses the challenges women face in the pursuit of purity. This compact devotional looks to Scripture as it exhorts women to adorn themselves with the purity of Christ.
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This book of 101 reproducible Bible crafts will supplement Bible lessons for children of a variety of ages, helping them engage with God’s Word in fun and creative ways.
The New City Catechism Curriculum expands the questions and answers of The New City Catechism into fifty-two engaging and informative lessons, helping children ages 8–11 better understand the truth of God’s Word and how it connects to their lives.
This 50–week family devotional helps parents teach their children about the Bible through memory verses, short lessons, and discussion questions for the whole family. Designed as a companion volume for The Big Picture Story Bible.
Featuring chapters that are short enough to be read in one sitting, this illustrated Bible story book imaginatively retells the biblical narrative in one continuous story, helping kids connect the dots from Genesis to Revelation.
This simple, gospel-centered, 365-day Bible reading plan guides children ages 6–12 through the most important passages of the Bible, helping them see and appreciate the big-picture storyline of Scripture.
Heartwarming and beautifully illustrated, this book by best-selling author Max Lucado helps children understand and cherish God’s unconditional love and affection—reminding them that God accepts them just the way they are.
Through God's own promises and colorful illustrations, young children can discover the reality that God knows everything–and He knows and cares for them.
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For Unmarried People
This book will help single people make the most of their not-yet-married life, seeing it as a unique period of unmatched devotion to Christ and ministry to others, even while waiting for a spouse.
Lydia Brownback offers biblical encouragement for women to help them see how God can redeem seasons of loneliness and draw them to the only true and lasting remedy: union with Jesus.
This easy-to-read guide for men and women presents a biblical alternative to the culture's broken system of "serial dating."
Emotional purity involves protecting your heart from becoming too intimate with someone of the opposite sex so you don't have to suffer through emotional damage over and over again.
Buying into the lie of "I can only be happy if..." guarantees a frustrated existence. But God desires something far better for his daughters. This convenient On-the-Go Devotional will direct you away from empty distractions and toward what you really long for: a satisfaction that never fades.
In this immensely practical and encouraging book, Erik Raymond establishes what contentment is and how to learn it, teaching us to trust in the God who keeps his promises rather than our changing circumstances.
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For Married People
Best-selling author Paul David Tripp helps us see that only the gospel can redeem sexual brokenness, giving us a clear view of God’s original purpose for sex.
This book will help husbands understand God's intentions for romance and sex as presented in the Bible, teaching them how to cultivate the intimacy with their wives that God intends.
Overflowing with warmth and sensitivity, this book explores what the Bible says about infertility, helping the church walk alongside couples struggling with infertility and assessing the ethical issues surrounding common fertility treatments and reproductive technologies.
Convinced that the transforming, liberating truths of vocation and calling can have a deep impact on the Christian family, Veith and Moerbe show how these doctrines help to generate healthier and happier families.
Voddie Baucham’s celebrated guide for godly families is now available in paperback, with study questions added. Parents will find this a critical resource for the spiritual nourishment of the next generation.
During a time of cultural ferment and crisis with regard to marriage and the family, this book provides a timely solution, speaking directly to current issues and explaining the Bible’s teaching on marriage and family.
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Pastor MacArthur walks readers through the prophecy of the suffering servant in Isaiah 53 verse by verse, pointing readers to the passage’s fulfillment in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Revealing insights from over 30 years of experience, John Piper shows pastors how and what to communicate from the pulpit in a way that takes seriously the God-appointed task of preaching.
Jason Meyer highlights the life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, regarded as one of the most powerful preachers of the twentieth century, teaching us the importance of the union between doctrine and life.
This commentary, written by an experienced Bible expositor, helps modern readers, especially pastors and Bible teachers, understand and apply the message of 1 Kings to their own lives. Part of the Preaching the Word commentary series.
Thirteen contributors explain the shorter Prophetic Books of the Old Testament—Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi—with biblical insight and pastoral wisdom, showing readers the hope that is offered even amidst judgment.
With contributions from a team of pastors and scholars, this commentary through 9 of Paul’s letters helps students of the Bible to understand how each epistle fits in with the storyline of Scripture and applies today.
Six experienced Bible teachers walk through some of the richest but more challenging books of the New Testament, helping Bible readers understand what they say about Christians’ hope for the future.
This book offers nourishment to the busy, weary pastor in the thick of ministry, with brief chapters that combine a question-and-answer format reflecting historical catechisms with content concerned with the pastor’s personal spiritual health.
This robust treatment of Reformed experiential preaching by experienced pastor and professor Joel Beeke explores what experiential preaching is, examines sermons by key preachers in history, and shows how experiential preaching can best be done today.
This high-quality, six-volume set has been rereleased, featuring single-column Bible text free of all verse and chapter numbers, with a cowhide cover and solid wood slipcase designed to be cherished and passed down throughout generations.
This book speaks to a common struggle Christian leaders face—balancing ministry and family priorities. Ajith Fernando equips leaders to cultivate a God-centered home, covering topics such as disciplining children, dealing with disappointment, and more.
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For College Students
This book aims to help young pastors bridge the gap between seminary training and ministry in a local church, offering real-world wisdom from the experience of veteran pastors.
In this best-selling book, John Piper makes a passionate plea to the next generation to not waste their lives, but live wholeheartedly for Christ. With a cloth-over-board cover and ribbon.
The ESV Study Bible, Personal Size compresses the features of the award-winning ESV Study Bible into a smaller size for easier carrying.
Constant busyness is dangerous for our souls. In this short, honest, and often humorous book, DeYoung rejects the “busyness as usual” mindset, helping us to make time for the things that really matter.
Helping us cultivate an ever-growing passion for God, this book highlights the importance of the concept of awe for everything we think, say, and do and leads readers to rediscover their awe for God.
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For Those Interested in Bible Study
Exploring six key themes in the Old Testament—history, religion, worship, prophecy, wisdom, and theology—theologian Alec Motyer helps readers understand the Old Testament for themselves and discover its relevance to life today.
The ESV Scripture Journal: New Testament Set includes 19 volumes, featuring the text of each New Testament book opposite lightly lined blank pages for recording notes and prayers—a great resource for personal Bible reading and reflection, group Bible studies, or sermon notes.
Written for the skeptic, the scholar, and everyone in between, this introduction to the historical and theological reliability of the four Gospels helps readers better understand the arguments in favor of trusting them.
With more than 340,000 references connected to every verse in the Bible, the ESV Exhaustive Concordance is an ideal reference tool for quickly locating particular passages or for conducting in-depth word studies.
The ESV Journaling New Testament, Inductive Edition features a 3/8-inch space underneath each line of Bible text, offering a fresh way to take notes and engage directly with every individual verse in God’s Word.
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For Those Interested in Theology
In response to various kinds of false teaching around the world, this book is an exhortation for churches to use biblical theology to help guard the true gospel.
Linking the garden of Eden to the New Jerusalem, this volume traces the theme of city throughout Scripture—revealing God’s plan for his people in the great city to come.
Exploring the theme of exodus throughout both the Old and New Testaments, this book sheds light on Scripture’s unified message of redemption from slavery to sin through Jesus Christ.
Defining the kingdom of God as the interplay of the king’s power over the king’s people in the king’s place, this volume helps readers understand God's purpose for the world.
Gentry and Wellum present a thoughtful and viable alternative to both covenant theology and dispensationalism. Second edition features updated and revised content, clarifying key material and providing up-to-date research.
Tracing the order-out-of-chaos theme from Genesis to Revelation, this volume reveals how God is restoring order from chaos through Jesus Christ once and for all. Part of the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series.
This new study Bible was created by a team of 26 contributors to help readers see how Christian beliefs are rooted in God’s Word, featuring over 400 short in-text doctrinal summaries connecting Christian beliefs to specific Bible passages and 25 longer articles explaining important theological topics in greater depth.
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For Those Interested in History
This introduction to Spurgeon’s life and ministry—organized around themes such as the centrality of Christ and the empowerment of the Spirit—will encourage readers to live for God's glory.
The ESV Archaeology Study Bible roots the biblical text in its historical and cultural context, giving Bible readers a framework for better understanding the people, places, and events recorded in Scripture.
Joe Rigney explores particular themes that run throughout C. S. Lewis's popular and lesser-known writings, illuminating how they help readers develop a deeper awareness of God's presence and work in their lives.
In this book, John Piper explores the lives of 21 leaders from church history, offering a close look at their perseverance amidst opposition, weakness, and suffering—inspiring readers toward a life of Christ-exalting courage, passion, and joy.
Exploring how the Reformation was a rediscovery of the themes in the book of Galatians, this book helps believers today discover the true freedom and lasting joy found in Jesus.
Written by a longtime friend and colleague of the man his friends called "Jack," this definitive biography of C. S. Lewis recounts the great scholar's relationships and experiences.
This accessible introduction to the Protestant Reformation answers eleven key questions raised by the Reformers, arguing that the Reformation remains vitally important for the church and is still relevant to our lives today.
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For Those Interested in Science
This book exposes the inadequacy of scientism by demonstrating its self-defeating nature and 7 important facts it can never explain, arguing that together science and theology have true things to tell us about the world.
Collins investigates specific topics of "conflict" between faith and science, including the age of the earth and evolution. Written for parents, students and for anyone interested in the interplay between science and faith.
We live in God's world, and today this world is continually experiencing the impact of science, scientific ideas, and technological fruits of science. So if this is God's world, then how does God relate to science?
This student’s guide explores how the Christian faith impacts our understanding of science, arguing that the Christian worldview stands as the best foundation for scientific investigation. Part of the Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition series.
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For New Christians
The ESV Gospel of John, Reader's Edition captures John's firsthand account of Christ's ministry in a portable, stand-alone volume without chapter or verse numbers—inviting readers into an immersive reading experience.
This devotional by best-selling author Paul David Tripp offers daily encouragement through 365 gospel-centered meditations aimed at helping readers trust God and rely on his grace each and every day.
With brevity and clarity, Mark Jones makes the doctrine of God accessible to the modern reader—specifically focusing on how each of God's attributes is fully realized in Christ and impacts the Christian life.
The wonder and majesty of the gospel are that we are given the greatest gift imaginable: God himself. Biblically faithful and radically God-centered, this book leads to satisfaction for the deep hungers of the soul.
Essays from leading evangelical scholars form this accessible introduction to reading the Bible with an understanding of its storyline, theology, and genres.
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For Those Who Are Hurting
Exploring the biblical truths found in each stanza of the classic hymn “How Firm a Foundation,” David Powlison invites us to see God’s perspective on and purpose for our suffering.
This book will help us see the way God designs and uses trials for our good, encouraging us to embrace the God who is always near, even in our suffering.
With contributions from popular Bible teachers such as Piper, Wilkin, and Carson, this collection of biblical expositions explores the book of 1 Peter and the gospel perspective it gives on our lives.
This book presents 17th-century pastor Richard Baxter’s wise, gentle advice to comfort and strengthen all who struggle with depression or know someone who does.
Best-selling author Paul David Tripp weaves together his personal story, years of counseling experience, and biblical insights to help us in the midst of suffering, identifying 6 traps to avoid and 6 comforts to embrace.
This book considers 12 life-giving truths that Christians can cling to in the midst of tragedy—truths that brought vital hope and comfort to the author when grieving the sudden loss of his 3-year-old son.
A fresh, edgy, personal, challenging, and hopeful devotional on Psalm 27, a psalm that juxtaposes trouble and worship. A companion to Whiter Than Snow, a devotional based on Psalm 51.
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