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The Books at T4G

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It’s the question I always get from the people who wanted to attend Together for the Gospel but weren’t able to: What books did they give away? Well, I’m glad you asked. Here is the list:

  • The Cross and Christian Ministry by D.A. Carson (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Fellowship with God by Martyn Lloyd-Jones (not available online; given in both book and CD format)
  • Listen Up! by Christopher Ash (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Gospel and Kingdom by Graeme Goldsworthy (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Health, Wealth and Happiness by David Jones and Russell Woodbridge (Amazon)
  • Reformation: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow by Carl Trueman (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Turning to God by David Wells (Amazon)
  • What Is the Mission of the Church? by Greg Gilbert and Kevin DeYoung (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Preaching and Preachers: 40th Anniversary Edition by Martyn Lloyd-Jones (Amazon | Westminster)
  • How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home by Derek Thomas (Amazon | Westminster)
  • The Pleasures of God by John Piper (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Church Membership: How the World Knows Who Represents Jesus by Jonathan Leeman (Amazon | Westminster)
  • The Church: The Gospel Made Visible by Mark Dever (Amazon | Westminster)
  • 1 Corinthians 1-9: Challenging Church by Mark Dever (The Good Book Company)
  • A T4G special edition of the HCSB

Several of these were special editions created specifically for T4G (including, for example, the books from Piper and Carson).

The couple hundred people who attended Band of Bloggers also received these titles:

  • On Earth As It Is In Heaven by Wyman Lewis Richardson (Amazon)
  • Tribal Church: Lead Small, Impact BIG by Steve Stroope (Amazon)
  • 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess by Jen Hatmaker (Amazon)
  • Everyday Prayers by Scotty Smith (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Who Am I?: Identity in Christ by Jerry Bridges (Amazon)
  • A Holy Ambition by John Piper (Amazon)
  • Red Like Blood: Confrontations With Grace by Joe Coffey and Bob Bevington (Amazon | Westminster)
  • G.O.S.P.E.L. by D.A. Horton (Amazon)
  • Test, Train, Affirm and Send Into Ministry by Brian Croft (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Gospel: Recovering the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary by J.D. Greear (Amazon | Westminster)
  • Subversive: Living as Agents of Gospel Transformation by Ed Stetzer (Amazon)
  • The World We All Want by Tim Chester (Amazon)

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