I recently completed a series of posts on the life of the top selling Australian author of all time—F. W. Boreham. I wanted to help you get a feel for this guy and get hooked on his writing! If you did, you might be interested in getting a copy of some of his books.

In this post, I’ve compiled a list of resources on the life of F.W. Boreham. It is by no means exhaustive. I’ve relied on Amazon.com as my primary source, but publishers are provided so that books can be tracked down through other websites or at your local bookstore.

I commend these works to you.

Grace to you.

InFocus posts

F. W. Boreham
F. W. Boreham: The Great Christian Essayist
On Frightening Timothy
Spurgeon’s Text
The Minor Minor Prophets
The Empty Crib

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The Official F. W. Boreham Blog
John Broadbanks Publishing
Link-Zone on F. W. Boreham
This Day with F. W. Boreham
New F. W. Boreham Books Blog
Finding Truth Matters on F. W. Boreham

F. W. Boreham books currently in print

A Bunch of Everlastings (BiblioLife) – Amazon
A Frank Boreham Treasury (Moody Press) – Amazon
A Handful of Stars: Texts That Have Moved Great Minds (Dodo Press) – Amazon, A&R
A Packet of Surprises: The Best Essays and Sermons of F. W. Boreham (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon
A Pathway of Roses (Emerald House) – Amazon
All the Blessings of Life: The Best Stories of F. W. Boreham, 2nd Edition) (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon, CBD
Angels, Palms and Fragrant Flowers: F. W. Boreham on C. H. Spurgeon (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon
Faces in the Fire: And Other Fancies (Kessinger Publishing) – A&R
In Pastures Green (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon
Loose Leaves (John Broadbank Publishing) – Amazon
Lover of Life: F. W. Boreham’s Tribute to His Mentor, Revised and Expanded (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon, CBD
Mountains in the Mist (Kregel Publications) – Amazon
Mushrooms on the Moor (Dodo Press) – Amazon, A&R
Second Thoughts (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon
The Chalice of Life (John Broadbanks Publishing) – Amazon
The Heavenly Octave (Kessinger Publishing) – Amazon, A&R
The Home of the Echoes (Kessinger Publishing) – A&R
The Luggage of Life (Book Jungle) – Amazon, A&R

Biographies of F. W. Boreham

The Other Side of the Hill and Back Again (Boreham) – A&R

Books which include portions on/from F. W. Boreham

50 People Every Christian Should Know: Learning from Spiritual Giants of the Faith (Warren Wiersbe, Baker Books) – Amazon
Sermons on John 3:16 (Various, Emerald House) – Amazon
On Faith and Doubt (Warren Wiersbe, CBD) – CBD


See Amazon for a long list of Kindle books. Some of them are free.
Smashwords has a few Boreham titles.
Google books has a large range of Boreham books available.
Logos Bible Software now has some of Boreham’s works available.

Second hand books by F. W. Boreham

See Amazon for a long list of second hand Boreham books.
Also, try ebay for a nice selection of books.
Christian Books Australia is another brilliant source of Boreham books.
Your local second hand book store.

this is part 7 of 7 in the series
F. W. Boreham

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About Jason Harris

Dr Jason Harris is a writer, pastor, and academic. He has authored multiple books, articles, and papers including his book Theological Meditations on the Gospel. Jason has a PhD from James Cook University as well as degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research. Jason has lived in Cairns, Australia since 2007 and serves as pastor at CrossPoint Church. You can contact Jason at jason@jasonharris.com.au.


  1. David Milson 30 November, 2011 at 7:44 am - Reply

    I am hooked, and loving it. Thanks for introducing him to us. I have been able to procure a few different titles from ebay. All have been a blessing, an encouragment and uplifting. Love the fact that he writes from this part of the globe, and so many of his illustrations have a familiar flavour. He even tells fishing stories!

  2. Jason Harris 30 November, 2011 at 12:01 pm - Reply

    Glad to hear it Dave! A friend recently took me to a brilliant second hand bookstore where I picked up his autobiography and a few other books from him. Looking forward to getting into them!

  3. Treestryder 4 April, 2015 at 11:06 pm - Reply

    At this time, there are three e-Books available at the Gutenberg project’s site…


    • Jason Harris 4 April, 2015 at 11:12 pm

      Brilliant! Thanks for sharing. I didn’t realise any of his works were out of copyright already.

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