Saturday, January 02, 2010

Books I Read in 2009

In 2009 i set new goals for myself: to read more. and so through the beauty of Good Reads I was able to track them all.

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life Miller, Donald

Still Waters and Skyscrapers: The 23rd Psalm for the 21st Century Tomlinson, Dave

Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living Job, Reuben P.

Pagan Christianity: Exposing the Roots of Our Church Practices Viola, Frank

Downtime: Helping Teenagers Pray Yaconelli, Mark

Drops Like Stars: A Few Thoughts on Creativity and Suffering Bell, Rob

10 Most Common Mistakes Made by Church Starts Griffith, Jim

The World as I Remember It: Through the Eyes of a Ragamuffin Mullins, Rich

The Orthodox Heretic And Other Impossible Tales Rollins, Peter

Night Wiesel, Elie

Al Capone Does My Shirts Choldenko, Gennifer

The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical Claiborne, Shane

The Hidden Power of Electronic Culture: How Media Shapes Faith, the Gospel, and Church Hipps, Shane

Rejesus: A Wild Messiah for a Missional Church Frost, Michael

Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices McLaren, Brian D.

Making Ripples Breaux, Mike

A Generous Orthodoxy McLaren, Brian D.

Youth Ministry 3.0 Oestreicher, Mark

A Christianity Worth Believing Pagitt, Doug

Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations Shirky, Clay

Jesus Wants to Save Christians: A Manifesto for the Church in Exile Bell, Rob

A Guide to Prayer for All Who Seek God Shawchuck, Norman

Visioneering: God's Blueprint for Developing and Maintaining Personal Vision Stanley, Andy

The Christian Culture Survival Guide: The Misadventures of an Outsider on the Inside Turner, Matthew Paul

Doing Church As A Team Cordeiro, Wayne

Different Seasons King, Stephen

The New Conspirators: Creating the Future One Mustard Seed at a Time Sine, Tom

My favs were: Night, A Gen. Orthodoxy, ReJesus, The Irresistible Revolution (i read it on the beach) and A Million Miles in a Thousand Years.

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