Books by Jeremy Myers

booksBelow is a list of books I have written or contributed to. At the bottom of the page are some books that are currently being written.

I am one of those people who learns best by writing, and so the books below were written primarily for me. ⇦ Tweet that!

By reading these books, you are invited to follow my thought process and learn along with me.

And just so you know, whenever I come out with a new book, I give away a free eBook copies to everyone who subscribes to my email newsletter. Each book is given away for free as a one-time offer to current subscribers only, so make sure you keep your email subscription active.

Here are the books I have published so far…

Books by Jeremy Myers

  • Church is More than Bodies, Bucks, and Bricks – This book considers the idea that church is about so much more than the building on the corner, the people who sit in the pews, or the amount of money that gets given to the budget. We all know this to be true, but in practice, many Christians live exactly the opposite. Read this book to gain insights and concrete ideas about how to move your church away from its reliance upon buildings, crowds, and money.
  • The Death and Resurrection of the Church – At a time when many churches are struggling to stay open and many other churches are seeking ways to be relevant and missional in our society and culture, this book argues that the best thing churches can do today is to die. Only after the church dies can it rise again to be all that Jesus desires in this world.
  • Put Service Back into the Church Service – This book challenges readers to follow a few simple principles and put a few ideas into practice which will help churches of all types and sizes make serving others the primary emphasis of a church service.
  • The Re-Justification of God – This book is an Exegetical & Theological Study of Romans 9:10-24. Many take Romans 9 as the premier passage on Unconditional Election. And while Romans 9 does teach election, the election of Romans 9 is not God choosing to give eternal life to some while damning others to hell. This book presents a completely different perspective on Romans 9.
  • Book Publishing Instructions – If you want to publish a book, this is the publishing guide you need. It contains nearly 200 pages of detailed step-by-step guides (complete with screen shots) for writing your manuscript, preparing it for publication, and getting it transformed into an eBook for the Kindle, iPad, and Nook, as well as detailed instructions on publishing your book as a paperback.
  • Finding Church – This is a compilation of numerous stories from over 30 authors who have sought to follow Jesus in unconventional ways. Some of them have “left” the traditional church to be the church in alternative ways. Others have switched from one church to another. A final group stayed within their own church to help reform it from within.
  • The Lie – When billions of people disappear from planet earth, what will government leaders tell the people who remain? This is a a book of Science Fiction dealing the rapture and the Antichrist.
  • Why You Have Not Committed the Unforgivable Sin – How to find freedom from the fear of committing the worst of life’s sins.
  • Christmas Redemption – Have you ever had a Christian tell you it was wrong to put up Christmas trees, tell your children about Santa, or distribute gifts at Christmas because Christmas is a pagan, idolatrous holiday? They are right: it was a pagan holiday. But the holiday has been redeemed in Jesus Christ and we are free to celebrate it! This book explains more.
  • Skeleton Church – What is the bare bones basic definition of the church? Be careful, you might be surprised at how simple the church truly is.
  • Adventures in Fishing (for Men) – A satirical look at some of the common evangelism practices in the church today. Written as an allegory, I embark on the quest to become the world’s greatest fisherman – all without catching any fish.

All books by Jeremy Myers

Books Jeremy Myers Contributed To

  • Simple Church: Unity within Diversity by Eric Carpenter. This books is an attempt to shed light on the above question and provide some answers. The twenty-four contributors all hope this book will help people, both inside and outside the church, better understand what simple church life is all about.
  • Faith Shift by Kathy Escobar. After years of participating in a comfortable faith tradition, many find themselves in a spiritual wilderness, feeling disillusioned with church, longing for more freedom and less religion in their lives. This book helps you find direction.
  • The Practice of Love: Real Stories of Living Into the Kingdom of God. True stories about people’s attempts to live out the Gospel in daily life. 
  • Not Alone: Stories of Living with DepressionTrue stories from people who have dealt with depression, or are dealing with it. If you, or someone you know, struggles with depression, the stories in this book are reminders that those with depression are not alone.

Books “In the Works” by Jeremy Myers

Sometime soon, one of these books might be sent out to email newsletter subscribers.

  • Commentary on the Gospel of Luke
  • Commentary on Jonah
  • Close Your Church for Good 
  • Imperative Theology
  • God’s Blueprints for Church Growth
  • Good News for Believers

Journal Articles by Jeremy Myers

Below are a few articles that have been published in theological journals.



  1. Michael Robinson says

    Hello Jeremy in times if great distress in the past I have asked you questions. You helped me out before and I hope you can help me out again. Recently I have been having issues of thinking promises to God when I don’t want to. I try to control my thoughts but it never seems to work. The other night I felt very stressed because everything I was doing my head kept on thinking of promises. I was under so much pressure I made a promise in hast in hopes that the thoughts would go away. But the problem is that the promise I made I can not physically do it. Now I’m terrified that I will go to hell because I can not do what I said. If there’s any information you can give me I would be very appreciative.

    • says


      Two things…

      First, are you going to a church which teaches these things that you fear? If so, please consider finding a new church. If you are attending a church that plants these ideas in your head, they are not teaching you good and healthy things about God, or His grace, love, mercy, and forgiveness.

      Second, regarding the promises you made, don’t worry about it. God knows your thoughts. He knows what was going on in your head. He knows the stress you are facing. He is not going to condemn you, hate you, or stop loving you simply because you were thinking some promises to Him that you have no way of keeping. It is okay.

  2. Shannan P. says

    This is a really interesting blog! Most times, I have seen some similar views, but they aren’t usually the most bibically sound (mostly because they like to pick bits and pieces, just like how you commented we can do.) . Needless to say, I am intrigued and now have some reading to do!

  3. Romero says

    God Bless Your works and more than that the “Word of God and those who hear it!”
    Love that verse lol keep on going man i stumbled upon this when i googled something about lukewarmness and it lead me to this lol like Youtube haha but anyways love your posts keep it up all from the Heart N Soul
    God is……

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