READ ALL THE BOOKS

Along the same lines of trying to read the millions of magazines that have been piling up, I’ve also gotten into a habit of buying books with the intention of reading them eventually, and letting those pile up as well.

For example, this stack I will be taking home for my four weeks in Texas when I will have no obligations.

SO MANY BOOKS

Books I’ve never read before:

  • Coffee Shop Conversations by Dale & Jonalyn Fincher
  • Forgotten God by Francis Chan
  • Generation Me by Jean Twenge
  • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larsson
  • God’s Grace and the Homosexual Next Door by Alan Chambers
  • Jesus For President by Shaine Claiborne
  • Push by Sapphire
  • The Signature Works by C.S. Lewis
  • Story by Steven James

Books I’ve started, but never finished:

  • Confessions by Augustine
  • Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  • Ruby Slippers by Jonalyn Fincher
  • On Christian Liberty by Martin Luther
  • What’s So Amazing About Grace by Philip Yancey

Books I’ve already read, but want to reread:

  • Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
  • Captivating by John & Staci Eldridge
  • Crazy Love by Francis Chan
  • Searching for God Knows What by Donald Miller
  • Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell

Wish me luck!

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3 thoughts on “READ ALL THE BOOKS

  1. I love this idea of posting a sort of check list of books you’ve accumulated over the years. I think I’m going to have to go through my inventory and see what I’ve got that needs reading. I definitely have a laundry list.

  2. Generation Me is quite interesting. Some of the claims she makes are a bit extreme, but overall I could see elements of everything she discussed either in myself or in our society and generation.

  3. SO many books in common. My current stack of unread are Crazy Love, Forgotten God, and a book on Islam and Christianity. Jesus for President will definitely rock your worldview; take with salt.

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