Must Reads

Books that I’ve read recently that have changed my life. Here are my top picks for 2010 going into 2011:

The Pursuit of God -A. W. Tozer

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Butterfly in You-Milt Rodriguez

Reimagining Church-Frank Viola

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pagan Christianity?-George Barna and Frank Viola

 
 

 

 

 

 

The Spirit of Christ-Andrew Murray


 

 

 

 

 

From Eternity to Here-Viola

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6 Responses “Must Reads” →
  1. Hi Michael.. I’m always on the lookout for a good new book to chew on. Tozer is good but difficult. Of your listed books here I’ve only read Viola’s. From Eternity to Here was a game changer for me. One of the best books I read last year for sure.

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    • If you want me to, I can give you list of all the books that I’ve read that have changed me. I’m an avid reader. Let me know.

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      • I’m a book worm myself, usually plowing through 2 at a time. I like discussing books as well so fire away man. What books have been transformational for you?

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        • Yeah, I’ve been known to do up to 4 at once though I usually stay at 2 lol.
          Here’s my list:

          “Life Together” (speaking of living in Church life) Bonhoeffer

          “A Million Ways to Die” (about the cross and dying to self for the intent of a greater revelation of Life) Rick James

          “Hearing God” Peter Lord

          “The Normal Christian Life” (of course lol) Watchmen Nee

          “The Misunderstood God” Darin Hufford (this is one I’m currently reading)

          “Nudge” (speaking of a new perspective on evangelism. But I found the main point to be fellowshiping with Jesus through our 5 senses) Leonard Sweet

          “Wild at Heart” John Eldredge (about becoming a man. I don’t agree with it all, but still a good read for any male)

          You can probably find most, if not all of these books on Frank Viola’s website. He has a suggested reading section.
          I don’t agree with every word in all of these books but they do offer amazing new perspectives. Some of these are considered “yearly reads” for me. Have you read any of these?

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  2. “Life Together” was one of the better books I read this year. It’s one that I want to read again. I really want to read Nudge and The Normal Christian Life. I also have The Christian Church Life by Nee in my queue to read soon. A Million Ways To Die sounds interesting too.

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  3. Carol Newman

    September 27, 2011

    You can probably find most, if not all of these books on Frank Viola’s website. He has a suggested reading section.
    I don’t agree with every word in all of these books but they do offer amazing new perspectives. Some of these are considered “yearly reads” for me.

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