Paul Jenkins

The Book a Week Challenge – 2014

 

It’s a new year, and I’m pretty excited about giving another go at reading a book a week again.  I tried this back a couple of years ago, and while I didn’t get 52, I did read 33 amazing books.

So, will I get 52 in 2014?  I guess we’ll find out.  I know this, though.  I’ll end the year having read more than I did before the year started, and that, my friends, is a win.

If I do a blog post/review about a book, it’ll be linked.  If not, then, well, you can figure out what that means.

Got a book you think I should read?  Leave a comment with the title and I’ll check it out!

  1. Taking Action (receiving and operating in the gifts and power of the Holy Spirit), by Reinhard Bonnke
  2. The Me I Want to Be, by John Ortberg
  3. 12 “Christian” Beliefs That Can Drive You Crazy: Relief from False Assumptions, by Henry Cloud, John Townsend
  4. Jesus on Leadership, by C. Gene Wilkes
  5. Wired for Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brain, by William Struthers
  6. Real Marriage, by Mark and Grace Driscoll
  7. Stop Asking Jesus into Your Heart, by J. D. Greear
  8. Pharisectomy, by Peter Haas
  9. How to Break Growth Barriers, by Carl F. George
  10. Love Does, by Bob Goff
  11. Love Like Jesus, by Judah Smith
  12. Church Membership: How the world knows who represents Jesus, by Jonathan Leeman
  13. Deep & Wide, by Andy Stanley
  14. On Loving God, Bernard of Clairvaux
  15. This Beautiful Mess, by Rick McKinley [review]
  16. Practical Ways to Simplify Your Life, by Susan Stovall
  17. Church Unique, by Will Mancini
  18. Household Simplicity: Practical Minimalism at Work for Your Home, by Faith Jones
  19. The Paleo Manifesto, by John Durant [review]
  20. The Grasshopper Myth, by Karl Vaters
  21. To Live is Christ – to Die is Gain, by Matt Chandler
  22. God and the Gay Christian? A Response to Matthew Vines, by Albert Mohler and others
  23. The Gospel of Mark, by John Mark
  24. The Grit Project, by Gerry Stoltzfoos
  25. 83 Lost Sheep, by Gerry Stoltzfoos
  26. How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, by Andy Andrews
  27. Dear Luke, We Need to Talk, Darth, by John Moe [review]
  28. Get Off Your Donkey!, by Reggie McNeal
  29. Multipliers: How the best leaders make everyone smarter, by Liz Wiseman
  30. Pull, by Bob Franquiz
  31. How to Deliver a Great TED Talk, by Akash Karia
  32. Essentialism, by Greg McKeown [review]
  33. Every Man’s Battle, by Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker
  34. Preparing Your Son for Every Man’s Battle, by Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker
  35. A Short Walk to the Edge of Life, by Scott Hubbartt [review]
  36. The Marks of a Spiritual Leader, by John Piper
  37. Alive to Wonder: Celebrating the Influence of C. S. Lewis, by John Piper
  38. Fresh Air, by Chris Hodges
  39. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni
  40. Leading With Integrity, by Fred Smith, Sr.
  41. The God I Never Knew, by Robert Morris
  42. Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons, by Thabiti M. Anyabwile
  43. The Hardcore Truth: An ex-porn producer reveals 10 myths about pornography, by Matt Fradd
  44. Win Forever, by Pete Carroll
  45. Small Church, Big Impact, by Kevin Cox
  46. Start a Movement: Plant Pregnant, by Josh Burnett
  47. Mission Creep, by Larry Osborne
  48. The Helper, by Catherine Marshall

 

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