I love a good book. I count my favorite authors – C.S. Lewis, Philip Yancey, Tim Keller, and even fiction writers like J.R.R. Tolkien and Stephen Lawhead – among my most beloved spiritual mentors. On my blog, I read and review sundry books of interest to believers: I’ve collected those here. Feel free to take a look.
Bechtle, Mike. Evangelism for the Rest of Us.
Edwards, Judson. Quiet Faith.
Hansen, Brant. Unoffendable.
Keller, Tim. Every Good Endeavor.
Keller, Tim. Jesus the King.
Keller, Tim. The Reason for God.
Lamb, David. God Behaving Badly.
Lewis, C.S. Mere Christianity.
Lotz, Anne Graham. Wounded by God’s People.
Manning, Brennan. All Is Grace: A Ragamuffin Memoir
Martin, James. Between Heaven and Mirth.
Martin, L.L. Positively Powerless.
McHugh, Adam. Introverts in the Church.
Nouwen, Henri. The Return of the Prodigal Son.
Ortberg, John. Everybody’s Normal Til You Get To Know Them.
Ortberg, John. If You Want To Walk On Water, You’ve Got To Get Out of the Boat.
Ortberg, John. Soul Keeping.
Runyon, Dave and Jay Pathak. The Art of Neighboring.
Shankle, Melanie. Church of the Small Things.
Shirer, Priscilla. Gideon.
Smith, Rhett. Can God Use Your Anxiety For Good?
Warren, Tish Harrison. The Liturgy of the Ordinary.
Yancey, Philip. What’s So Amazing About Grace?