Literature

Chapel Library publishes more than 850 Christ-centered titles, mostly by authors from prior centuries whose writings have stood the test of time. Authors include the Puritans, Spurgeon (Baptist), Bonar (Presbyterian), Ryle (Anglican), Pink, Bunyan, Edwards, and many others. 

Chapel Library is a faith ministry that relies entirely upon God’s faithfulness. We therefore do not solicit donations, but we gratefully receive support from those who freely desire to give.

Free Downloads Worldwide

Many of our titles are available for free download worldwide in PDF, ePub, and Mobi formats. Use the Literature Search page to search for or browse to the titles of your choice. We are in the process of converting all our titles to both Kindle and ePub formats. Regularly check our Newest Items page for our newest releases.

Free Christian Literature in North America

In North America, visit our Literature Search page and order up to ten titles (one of each) for free. Alternatively, you may mail or email us your order including item code, title, author, type, and your complete mailing address (see How to Order). Larger quantities are available at cost. See our current Literature Catalog Pricing (PDF). Write or email for a printed catalog.

International Distributors Worldwide

Worldwide, contact the International Distributor in your country to receive literature in print. 

e-Subscriptions

Subscribe to the digital editions of the Free Grace Broadcaster, Studies in the Scriptures, or the featured booklet-of-the-month.

Favorites

Featured and favorite titles - tracts, booklets, and paperbacks.

Spanish Titles

More than 120 titles are available, many as free downloads, others only in print: tracts, booklets, and paperbacks. Chapel Library en Español.

Other Languages

Other languages for which we have some resources include Portuguese, Russian, French, German, Romanian, Swahili, and Tamil.

Publication Policy

Chapel Library only distributes literature in substantial agreement with the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689 or the Westminster Confession of Faith, the two great historic English language confessions of faith. Both living and deceased human authors, even though redeemed, will imperfectly understand Biblical truth, due to their fallen condition and remaining sin. However, the materials Chapel Library publishes contain substantially sound truth that is essential for God's people and sometimes not available elsewhere. We remind our readers that God gives final responsibility for avoiding wrong doctrine to the individual believer: "Prove all things; hold fast that which is good" (1Th 5:21).

Chapel Library copyrights its publications so that we retain the right to reprint as needed in order to maintain stock. However, when the source material is in the public domain, only the compilation, abridgment, annotations, and/or additions are protected. All public domain materials remain in the public domain from their original sources. Most Chapel Library material may be freely reproduced with written permission.