I love books and I'm a Christian, so I do enjoy Christian books (as anyone who knows me or has been to my house will attest!). I've collected a number of useful links to sites where you can buy books, read reviews and support Christian literature charities. Enjoy!
Sites for Christian book-lovers
- Books For Life - Videos of Christian leaders talking about the books that have changed their lives.
- 10 of those - A good range of cheap, solid Christian books
- ICM Books Direct - There's a good selection of books and there are always inventory sales that have some real bargains.
- The Source - Comprehensive shop and all profits go to support churches and schools in Uganda
- The Good Book Company - Well organised and comprehensive site with a huge range of stock (including ebooks) and an interesting blog.
- Eden - Free delivery over £10 and some good sales.
- CLC - Online and physical retailer.
- CPO sells leaflets, tracts, posters and cards along with books and other resources.
- Grove Books - Short, informative booklets on a range of Christian topics including lifestyle, ethics, theology and pastoral issues.
- UK Christian Bookshop Directory - An easy way to find your local Christian bookshop.
- Book Aid - A fantastic charity that sells second hand Christian books here to support their work supplying Christian literature to places in need.
- James A. Dickson Books - New, second hand and antiquarian Reformed Christian books
- Mayflower Christian Bookshop - A good place to find rare and out-of-print titles.
- Peter and Rachel Reynolds - Based near Bishop Auckland, but able to post books anywhere. Another good option for rare and out-of-print titles.
- Qoheleth Resources - An individual who sells used books and periodicals, with a particular focus on C. S. Lewis.
- Bookbarn International - Not specifically Christian, but they have millions of books on all sorts of subjects and offter free UK delivery. Good for antiquarian titles.
Plus, if you’d like to borrow any Christian books, have a look at my Christian book library (Contact me for the password)
Posted by Anne Witton. Posted In : Books