Pastorbox is a box filled with books and material for pastors and Church leaders. The boxes include pre-release copies of books, DVD, accessories, and lots more. Many of the books and DVD’s help in sermon prep, counseling, personal study, etc. It’s sent out quarterly and every quarter the box has different materials.

It’s subscription-based and you can pay by the quarter ($95 every 3 months) or yearly ($250 for one year’s worth of boxes). Pastorbox sent me a recent box for review, which you can see in the video above. It included books and materials of over twice that value at the list price.

The box included:

  • The Church in Babylon
  • Like Arrows DVD
  • Christ-Centered Exposition: Exalting Jesus in Hebrews
  • Church by A.W. Tozer
  • Romans, Everyday Bible Commentary
  • Prayer, Forty Days of Practice
  • Helping Without Hurting in Church Benevolence
  • Rasing Giant-Killers
  • Cornerstone Biblical Commentary: Romans and Galatians
  • The Art of Parenting
  • Cornerstone Biblical Commentary: Isaiah, and Jeremiah and Lamentations
  • Faith Gear Cross Pendant
  • Pastorbox Fountain Pen

This is the Pastorbox is the one that was sent out to subscribers in March, so many of these books were new releases earlier in the year. Not counting the fountain pen (I’m not sure if that can be bought individually), the list price is over $215 and the prices at Amazon add up to over $150.

Every quarter is different, but this one mostly had well-known commentaries that have just released and books and a DVD on parenting. All of them look to be something I’ll find useful for pastoring, sermon prep, and personal study. This is a great way to build your library for at least half the price and you can get many of the books before or as they release. This specific Pastorbox was a great way to see a commentary before buying the entire series.

The box itself was well-packed and made it to me with no trouble. It’s sturdy enough to use for storing books and things. You can see more about Pastorbox at

This Pastorbox was provided in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to give a positive review.