For a helpful study on the Lord’s prayer, read Alone with God by John MacArthur.
On the conversion stories of the Wesley brothers, read Anatomy of a Conversion by Philip Watson.
For creative ideas on developing relationships with your neighbors, read The Art of Neighboring by Jay Pathak and Dave Runyon.
On the mechanics of preaching, read Haddon W. Robinson’s Biblical Preaching.
To stimulate your commitment to developing relationships with other believers, read Crisis of Caring by Jerry Bridges.
For a thorough treatment of the Epistle to the Ephesians read Harold Hoehner’s commentary.
If your children attend public school, read Going Public by David and Kelli Pritchard.
To better equip yourself to walk through abuse with a friend, read It Is My Fault? by Lindsey and Justin Holcomb.
If you have a million questions about Jewish traditions, read The Jewish Book of Why by Rabbi Alfred J. Kolatch.
For a thorough treatment of the main cults in our world, read Walter Martin’s The Kingdom of the Cults.
If you need a resource to teach little kids some biblical theology, buy Ology by Marty Machowski.
For a study of how Christians should think about politics, read Wayne Grudem’s Politics According to the Bible.
To elevate your view of God’s Word, read Taking God At His Word by Kevin DeYoung.
To stimulate your worship in times of prayer, read Valley of Vision.
If you are feeling spiritually dry, read When I Don’t Desire God by John Piper.
If you are looking for a good book to give to a non-Christian to introduce them to Christ, give them Who is Jesus? by Greg Gilbert