Monday, April 19, 2010

Together For The Gospel 2010

T4G Books

Ask anyone who attended last weeks gathering in Louisville, and one of the first things you’ll hear is wonder at the sheer quantity of books given to each participant. One reasonable guess I heard was that nearly $2 million dollars worth of books were given away. Those who attended the Band of Bloggers pre-session received another 12 books, so I returned with a total of 33 free books. I’m amazed that you can go to a conference where you are given gifts worth more than the conference fee.

Thanks to Justin Taylor, here is a nicely formatted list of he books from T4G with links to where they can be purchased:

And here is the list from Band of Bloggers:

1.   Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals by Trevin Wax
2.  Your Jesus Is Too Safe: Outgrowing a Drive-Thru, Feel-Good Savior by Jared Wilson
3.  Welcome to a Reformed Church: A Guide for Pilgrims by Daniel Hyde
4.  When the Church Was a Family: Recapturing Jesus’ Vision for Authentic Christian Community by Joseph Hellerman
5.  Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream by David Platt
6.  Reaching and Teaching: A Call to Great Commission Obedience by M. David Sills
7.  The Good News We Almost Forgot: Rediscovering the Gospel in a 16th Century Catechism by Kevin DeYoung
8.  Entrusted with the Gospel: Paul’s Theology in the Pastoral Epistles edited by Andreas Köstenberger
9.  Abide Practicing Kingdom Rhythms in a Consumer Culture (DVD + Book) by Jared Wilson
10.  “A Habitual Sight of Him”: The Christ-centered Piety of Thomas Goodwin by Joel Beeke and Mark Jones
11. Stray Recollections, Short Articles and Public Orations of James P. Boyce by Thomas Nettles
12. A Call to Prayer by J.C. Ryle
You know you want to be there for T4G 2012.

5 comments:

Matthew said...

Pastor Michael!

Those look like some GREAT books!!!
See you soon!
In Christ,
Matthew

Pastor Michael said...

Now all I have to do is figure out where I'm going to find time to read them. Like the Harris twins said at "Do Hard Things", to start something new you have to first figure out what you can stop doing.

Let me know if you want to borrow any of them.

Thanks for reading!

Pastor Michael

Jamie said...

Perfect presents for pastors! May the Lord build His church as the men who lead read. (: Hope to see you at the Walk Saturday!

Bob - Mind on Fire said...

I'm looking forward to some great book reviews!!!!

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