Reading Ideas: A List Of Books Every Christian Should Read

“Faith ends where worry begins, and worry ends where faith begins.”
– George Mueller

Reading is more than just good stories and getting lost in them. It’s about truth, love, faith and core beliefs.

Christian books are a real treasure. They can show you a whole new world, the real one. The one that is full of struggle, pain, faith and love. In fact, they are bridge that leads to God. They are here to show you that there’s always light at the end of the tunnel. The following three paragraphs are dedicated to three amazing Christian books that can help you find that light:

The Daniel Plan by Rick Warren


Through the book The Daniel Plan, the mega popular American author and pastor Rick Warren shows us how to lose weight naturally, without using any chemical supplements or diet pills. The Daniel Plan weight loss journey is based on the five most important principles in life: focus, faith, food, fitness and friends. According to Rick Warren, the most important of all five principles are faith and friends. If you stay true to God, if you have God and friends by your side, you will easily stay focused on reaching your goals. What’s more, you will be even more motivated to keep going and never stop in fulfilling your dreams. If you want to make a change in your life, spiritual health is of vital importance.

Love Wins by Rob Bell


If you want to attain a better understanding of the Bible – from beginning to end, Love Wins will solve all of your doubts. This is a book that tackles the old heaven and hell question and offers courageous answers. It is surely a must-read as it can intrigue both Christians and atheists, successfully inspiring people to have more faith in God.

The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey


In “The Jesus I Never Knew” the author explores the life of Jesus, who He was, why He came, and what’s more important, what He left behind. By taking baby steps, Yancey explores and show us the culture into which Jesus was born, how he developed through the years, his character, his mission, miracles, teachings and legacy. This book is so extraordinary that Philip Yancey earned the Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year award by the Evangelical Christian Publisher Association in 1996.

Let’s finish this list with this Hans Urs von Balthasar’s wise thought: “What you are is God’s gift to you, what you become is your gift to God.”