Christmas is quickly approaching and if you’re anything like me, you tend to panic last minute, trying to remember all of the great ideas you had for gifts for people throughout the year.
If you have a fellow theology lover in your life (or really most anyone would enjoy these gifts), here are some of my ideas for you!
1.Field & Stream Cabin Socks
These are not theology-lover specific, but I like to wear them when I’m working on papers and sitting at my computer in the evening! They are literally the most comfortable socks you will wear in your life. They are super warm with the softest material lining the inside. You will never want to take them off. I found them on Black Friday and went back for more the next week! 🙂 They come in so many patterns and colors and in men’s, women’s, and youth sizes.
2. She Reads Truth Bible
Not only is this the most beautiful Bible you’ve ever seen, it has amazing maps, devotionals, and space for writing in it. This is something I want to buy for all of the ladies in my life. My personal favorite (the one I own) is the Poppy Linen one, but there are a few different options for the binding as well and they’re all gorgeous!
I am just waiting for the day they release a He Reads Truth Bible (hint, hint)!!
If your theology loving friend is anything like me, they have what is likely over the legal limit of books in their home. These bookends will beautifully contain them!
4. Coffee Mug
I know very few theology nerds that don’t love or at least need some coffee every now and then in order to energize their research and writing! A cute coffee mug is sometimes just the trick to getting in the groove.
5. Inspirational Art
This brand has some really beautiful prints you can hang in your home or office for some inspiration!
6. Logos Bible Software
This is the single most helpful resource I have used in my research, schooling, and writing on any theological topic. It is like having full access to the largest theological library in the world and provides a space to organize all of the passages and commentaries you are studying at the time.
Now through December 30th, you can purchase any level of the software for 20$ off!
7. Eurasia Coffee
Yes, yes, again with the coffee. But for real. This coffee is delicious and it supports missions across Eurasia. How can you go wrong?
8. Hot/Cold Travel Mug
Ok, this one isn’t just for coffee. It keeps any beverage hot for 12 hours and cold for 25! I have one and it is my absolute favorite to bring along for my commutes and all day events! My iced coffee still has ice in it at the end of the day. #testimony
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9. Church History Book
This book is so comprehensible and easy to understand yet so packed full of the vibrant history of the Church. I love it so much.
Church History by Bruce Shelley
10. Any Bonhoeffer Book
So, Bonhoeffer is basically my favorite, and any book by or of him would make a great gift!! My personal favorite is Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Prophet, Martyr, Spy which basically dives into who he was and what he did. I’ve read it three times!
I hope this quick gift guide was helpful!! Happy shopping!!
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