I love books, all kinds of books. You’ll see books on this list from across varied interests. I learned early on in ministry to be well read in multiple areas and not just in youth ministry, and that principle has enriched my life greatly. Here’s my list with a brief description of each and why I am reading it
This past Saturday author Brennan Manning passed away. He was one of my favorite Christian authors. He challenged me to believe in God’s grace at a whole new level.
The movie comes out this November and I promised myself would read the books before watching the movies.
Ryan and Josh Shook want 20′ something to have their own powerful experience with Jesus and not just hang on to the faith of others.
Some days I just have to keep it light and fluffy and allow myself to drift into a another world. It’s an older book and I am just playing catch up.
I saw this book on so may recommended reading lists I had to get it. I was not disappointed. There are so many great observations I may have to read it again and soak them in.
This is currently my daily devotion book.Our whole church is going through it. Womack offers so many encouraging insights that challenge my faith.
Dan has some great thoughts about how we approach work and life.
You would think this is a gimme’ right? I love the Word of God. It is life and peace and my guide book to everything. I am currently reading in I John.
The art work is really, really good and is inspiring and is a fresh way to approach the book of Revelation. I am doing a series in Sunday School with our High School and I think this will add value to the lessons.
That’s it. That is what i am currenlty reading but am always adding to the list so stayed tuned.
What are you reading? What should I add to my list?
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