37 Best Gifts for Pastors




Are you searching for a gift for your pastor? Pastor Appreciation Month may have passed but with Christmas coming up soon, here are 37 suggestions that would make great gifts for pastors.

1. A notebook

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Notebooks are great for jotting down ideas for sermons, journaling or reflecting on Scripture. You can choose a leather journal with a cross (pictured above), a journaling Bible that allows notes to be written next to the scriptures, a simple journal with numbered pages and a table of contents, a refillable one that’s embossed with a Bible verse, or a personalized notebook.

2. Books

Pastors read — a lot. You can simply ask your pastor what books are on his or her wish list or offer a gift card to a bookstore.

Here are some new and upcoming releases: The Luckiest Man: How a Seventeen-Year Battle with ALS Led Me to Intimacy with God by John R. Paine, Radical Wisdom: A Daily Journey for Leaders by Regi Campbell, Always in God’s Hands: Day by Day in the Company of Jonathan Edwards by Owen Strachan, and Everything to Lose: Doing the Right Thing When the Stakes Are High by Steve Carter.

3. Subscription to audio book service

When pastors are driving, traveling, or exercising, listening to audiobooks could be a better option for them. You can purchase a subscription to an audiobook service, including audible.com or christianaudio.com.

4. Music streaming service

A subscription to a music streaming service would also make a great gift for pastors who like to be inspired by, relax with or even dance to music. Services include Apple Music, Spotify,…

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