I can’t get rid of my books.  I have too many, and there are always more.  And there will always be more.  Books are a part of my spiritual heritage and a part of who I am, and having the Bible and a set of “tutors” in the faith – authors whose words have challenged me, uplifted me, soothed me – has meant a lot to me over the years.  Because of that, I’ll be starting a book review section here of books both old and new.


Anne Graham Lotz’s Wounded By God’s People

Henri Nouwen’s The Return of the Prodigal Son

John Ortberg’s If You Want To Walk On Water, You’ve Got To Get Out Of The Boat

Rhett Smith’s The Anxious Christian

Dave Runyon and Jay Pathak’s The Art of Neighboring

Brant Hansen’s Unoffendable

Brennan Manning’s All Is Grace: A Ragamuffin Memoir

L.L. Martin’s Positively Powerless

Judson Edward’s Quiet Faith and Adam McHugh’s Introverts In The Church

Mike Bechtle’s Evangelism for the Rest of Us: Sharing Christ Within Your Personality Style

Priscilla Shirer’s Gideon

James Martin’s Between Heaven and Mirth

You can also take a look at these books to get you started and to get a grip on what my tastes are like:

The Jesus I Never Knew, Philip Yancey

Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis

Just Like Jesus, Max Lucado

The Silmarillion and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, J.R.R. Tolkien

The Song of Albion Trilogy, Stephen Lawhead


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