Monthly Archives: March 2015
It has long been a goal of mine to read 1 book per month for an entire year. Every year I have really great intentions, but never actually get to a place where I intentionally set aside the time to read. I’m learning that I need time for personal development. And so do you. If you aren’t making time, start making the time.
At this point in 2015, 4 books are in my rear view mirror with many more ahead of me. I wanted to share the books that I have read so far this year. This is not intended to be a review of each book, although that might be a great future post, it is simply a list of where I’m at so far and what is immediately in front of me.
Done Reading |
[No More Dragons – Jim Burgen]
Real life ministry book. Don’t read if dirt under your finger nails makes you queazy.
[Give God Some Credit – Brett Andrews]
The story of New Life Christian Church
[United Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity – Trillia Newbell]
For those with a passion for racial reconciliation.
[Finding Your Way Back To God – Dave & Jon Ferguson]
For whatever reason you may have become disconnected from God, this book helps you find your way back.
Up Next |
[Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass – Frederick Douglass]
[Ready. Set. Grow. – Scott Wilson]
[The Cost of Discipleship – Dietrich Bonhoeffer]
[The Master Plan of Evangelism – Robert Coleman]
So that’s what I have read so far and what’s up next. What are you reading? What are your other suggestions for books to read this year?