32 Free Books to Give Away

I made a committment to myself to give away the vast majority of my paper books when I am done with them.  Many of the books below were given to me by others that wanted a review.  Others I have read and reviewed.   Still others are books that I bought but have never gotten around to reading.  I am doing some spring cleaning today and decided that I am not going to read these any time soon.  The books I have read are marked.

All I ask that is that you take what you will read.  I will pay the shipping.  I would also like, but no require that you write up a short review that I can post on Bookwi.se.  It would also be nice if you can post on Facebook or Twitter or some other means about the give away.  These are first come, first served.  Leave a comment below (and a good email address) and I will contact you for a mailing address.

The Books to Give Away

  1. The Church and New Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists and Bishops Who Tweet by Brandon Vogt
  2. The Faith of Barack Obama by Stephen Mansfield
  3. Why Can’t We Be Good? by Jacob Needleman
  4. Killy Cockroaches and Other Scattered Musings on Leadership by Tony Morgan
  5. Becoming a Contagious Church: Increasing Your Church’s Evangelistic Temperature by Mark Mittelberg
  6. The Church Awaking: An Urgent Call For Renewal by Charles Swindoll
  7. The Seraph Seal (Advance Reader Copy – Fiction) by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner
  8. The Deity Formerly Known as God by Jarrett Stevens (Bookwi.se Review)
  9. Our Last Great Hope: Awakening The Great Commission by Ronnie Floyd
  10. Fast Living: How The Church Will End Extreme Poverty by Scott Todd (Advance Reader Copy)
  11. Revolution in World Mission by KP Yohannan
  12. The Ten Commandments, Twice Removed by Danny Shelton and Shelley Quinn
  13. Be Still and Know: A Study in the Life of Prayer by Michael Ramsey (Bookwi.se Review)
  14. Real Hope in Chicago: The Incredible Story of How the Gospel is Transforming a Chicago Neighborhood by Wayne Gordon (Read and recommend but not reviewed)
  15. Love’s Compass: When We’ve Lost Our Way by Angus Nelson
  16. Is It I, Lord? Discerning God’s Call To Be a Pastor by James Chatham
  17. The Traveller’s Give by Andy Andrews
  18. Reunitus: Building Bridges to Each Other Through Prayer Summits by Joe Aldrich
  19. Doing Things Right in Matters of the Heart by John Ensor
  20. Fasting: Opening the door to deeper, more intimate, more power ful relationship with God by Jentezen Franklin (Skimmed and recommended)
  21. The Prophet King: A new Look at the Historical Jesus by Richard Lamb
  22. The Heart of the Matter by Dave Busby
  23. Surprised by the Voice of God: How God Speaks Today Through Prophecies, Dreams and Visions by Jack Deere
  24. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman (Bookwi.se Review)
  25. It: How Churches and Leaders Get It and Keep It by Craig Grocshel
  26. Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell
  27. Cure for the Common Life: Living In Your Sweet Spot by Max Lucado
  28. Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions (Bookwi.se Review)
  29. The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley (Read and recommended but not reviewed)
  30. Scattered Suns (Book 4 in the Saga of Seven Suns Series) by Kevin J Anderson (Read, but not reviewed. Great series)
  31. Deadly Vipers: Character Assassinations by Mike Foster and Jud Wilhite
  32. On the Path with God by Erwin Lutzer


Deadly Vipers, please.

If possible, I should like the Jentzen Franklin book on Fasting.

I’d love Outliers

Real Hope in Chicago, please.

Love your book give aways: can in have the Seraph Seal?

Awesome, I would like “Becoming a contagious church…”

It – Craig Groeschel, please…

And thanks for this blog. I’ve purchased quite a few of the $2-$5 Kindles that you’ve posted.


May I snag Neverwhere? Thanks!

I will take Predictably Irrational, if it’s still available. Thanks!

if it’s available I’d like “Why Can’t We Be Good?”.

I dropped all the books that I have addresses for in the mail.

I’m interested in this one: The Deity Formerly Known as God by Jarrett Stevens

Lookinf forward to hearing from you


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