Bookshelf

The Latest Book I’ve Read

Mission to Oz speaks to the issue of communicating to our

post-modern generation.  If you have someone in your life

that’s 18-35 years old, I would recommend that you get a

copy and take the time to read this insightful book.

Other Good Books I’ve Read:

  • Soul Tsunami (Leonard Sweet)
  • Hope Lives (Group)
  • Jesus Wants to Save the Christians (Rob Bell)
  • The Three Big Questions for a Frantic Family (Patrick Lencioni)
  • ReThink Your Life (Stan Toler)
  • Leading on Empty (Wayne Cordeiro)
  • Unchristian (Kinneman/Lyons)
  • Wrecked (Dobson/Heim)
  • Boundaries Face to Face (Cloud/Townsend)
  • Sheet Music (Kevin Leman)
  • Post Modern Pilgrims (Leonard Sweet)
  • Mad Church Disese ((Jackson)
  • Simply Christian (N.T. Wright)
  • They Like Jesus But Not The Church (Kimball)
  • One Life Solution (Dr. Henry Cloud)
  • Soul Graffiti (Scandrette)
  • A Christianity Worth Believing (Doug Pagitt)
  • The New Christians (Tony Jones)
  • The Purpose Driven Life (Rick Warren)
  • It (Groeschel)
  • You Are the Message (Roger Ailes)
  • Creating Community (Stanley/Willits)
  • Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus (Spangler/Tverberg)
  • Chasing Skinny Rabbits (Trent)
  • Disciplines of a Godly Man (Hughes)
  • Can We Do That? (Stanley/Young)
  • Joy at Work (Bakke)
  • The Story of God (Lodahl)
  • A Theology of Love (Wynkoop)
  • A Plain Account of Christian Perfection (Wesley)
  • Relational Holiness (Oord/Lodahl)
  • Velvet Elvis (Rob Bell)
  • Going Public with Your Faith (Peel/Larimore)
  • Stop Witnessing and Start Loving (Borthwick)
  • Blue Like Jazz (Donald Miller)
  • Who Moved My Cheese (Spencer Johnson)
  • Celebration of Discipline (Foster)
  • Wholeness in Christ (Greathouse)
  • Outward Sign & Inward Grace
  • The Contempaltive Pastor (Peterson)
  • Axiom (Bill Hybels)
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