5 Last-Minute Father’s Day Gift Ideas

June 15, 2012

Categories: Books and Gifts

Father’s Day is June 17! Do you still need an idea for a last-minute Father’s Day gift? Check out Ruth’s Attic Bookstore at the Billy Graham Library, or visit www.billygrahambookstore.com. You’ll be inspired …with some great reads that are sure to inspire him.

If you don’t see what you’re looking for below, we also have a variety of items online and in Ruth’s Attic Bookstore, including Men’s devotionals, study Bibles, T-shirts, hats and more. Even golf balls!


The sports-loving dads will enjoy the inspirational book by football star Tim Tebow, “Through My Eyes.” This engaging book will resonate whether the reader is a Christian, a football fan, or both, providing a football story unlike any other.
Inspire your dad with this book, “A Legacy of Faith: Things I Learned From My Father.” Ruth Graham - his third daughter - offers an inside look at one of the twentieth century's greatest men. Using memories, personal insights, unpublished letters, and photographs, Ruth presents a rich, dimensional portrait of her father, while sharing the legacy he has passed on to her - lessons in love, humility, grace, loyalty, and authenticity.
One of Billy Graham’s most recent books, “Nearing Home” is a great choice. Billy explores the challenges of aging with truths from Scripture. We also carry an extensive catalogue of his other books.
The book “Unbroken” is written by Laura Hillenbrand, author of Seabiscuit: An American Legend. It’s the page-turning story of Louis Zamperini – a World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption. It’s a New York Times bestseller and was named the top book of 2010 by Time.
In “Uncommon,” winning coach and best- selling author Tony Dungy reveals lessons on achieving significance that he has learned from his remarkable parents, his athletic and coaching career, his mentors, and his journey with God. A particular focus of the book: what it means to be a man of significance in a culture that is offering young men few positive role models.


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