reading list

last one read on top (this may not get kept up too well)

  • Encyclopedia of Native Americans
  • The Creature from Jekyll Island – Griffin
  • West of the Night – Markham
  • Miscellaneous novels
  • The Naval War of 1812 – Roosevelt
  • The Divergent Series – Roth
  • The Beatles: The Biography – Spitz
  • The Beatles in their own Words – Miles
  • 11/23/63 – King
  • Stories of Georgia – Harris
  • Calico Joe and Sycamore Row – Grisham
  • The Giver Quartet Omnibus – Lowry
  • Winged Warefare in WWI – Bishop
  • Tacticus – The Histories Vol I & II
  • Encyclopedia of Wars
  • You Lost Me – Kinnaman
  • Like a Rock – Andy Stanley
  • UnChristian – David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons
  • Stories of Georgia – Harris
  • Eusebius of Caesarea: Christian History
  • The Naval War of 1812 – Roosevelt
  • History of the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire – Gibbon
  • The Beatles: In their own words – Miles
  • The Beatles – Spitz
  • Divergent Trilogy – Veronica Roth
  • 11-22-63 – King
  • Two Wars: A Hero’s Fight – Self
  • Summer Novels and A Course in Miracles – Schucman
  • A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle (more or less the same as Power of Now)
  • Communicating for Change: Seven Keys to Irresistible Communication – Stanley
  • The Power of Now – Eckhart Toole
  • Just finished reading a book by a fellow blogger, Brandon Andress, entitled AND THEN THE END WILL COME! Brandon Andress does an insightful job of envisioning a future believer/church that transforms culture and focuses upon a personal, biblical relationship with Christ in a Kingdom setting. This book begins with an “end times” theme, but the real “kicker” is loaded into the third chapter — The Gospel and Kingdom message were being preached BEFORE the resurrection…”AND THEN THE END WILL COME!” Brandon writes in open prose in short, easily readable sections. Brandon’s writing style works nicely for those looking for a daily devotional format or a “thought for the day.”AND THEN THE END WILL COME! is a good read. The Good News the world needs today is the same Good News Jesus preached BEFORE he was crucified. Check him out at: 
  • Some Tim Keller books and the Catholic Encyclopedia ( and novels…I can’t keep up
  • Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire – Edward Gibbon
  • Love Works – Joel Manby
  • Grace and Truth Paradox – Randy Alcorn
  • Deep and wide -Stanley
  • Enemies of the heart – Stanley
  • Vanished – Joseph heller
  • The Texas revolution –  Boyd
  • A journey through Texas – olmstead
  • Ghost soldiers – sides
  • The forgotten war –  Korean war – clay Blair
  • Korea – the untold story of the war – joseph goulden
  • The Source filed investigations – David wilcock
  • Christ the lord –  The road to Cana -Annie Rice
  • Christ the lord – The road out of epypt – Anne Rice
  • Outliers
  • Vampire chronicle Trilogy – Anne rice
  • hunger games
  • the grace of god – andy stanley
  • bad religion – ross douthat
  • Visioneing – andy stanley
  • 7 practices of effective ministry – stanley, joiner, jones

Check out my bro’s writing: Equipping Series by Norm Wakefield


mere christianity – c.s. lewis
screwtape letters – c.s. lewis
the problem of pain – c.s. lewis
the great divorce – c.s. lewis
a grief observed – c.s. lewis
the four loves – c.s. lewis
abolition of man – c.s. lewis
god in the dock – c.s. lewis
surprised by joy – c.s. lewis
the reason for god – timothy keller
king’s cross – timothy keller
counterfeit gods – timothy keller
the prodigal god – timothy keller
what’s so amazing about grace – phillip yancey
the jesus i never knew – phillip yancey
where is go when it hurts? – phillip yancey
prayer, does it do any good? – phillip yancey
the principle of the path – andy stanley
how good is good enough? – andy stanley
the best question evey – andy stanley
the pilgrim’s progress – john bunyan
the normal christian life – watchman nee
sit walk stand – watchman nee
how to know god’s will – watchman nee
adventures in missing the point – mclaren and campolo
a search for what makes sense: finding faith – brian mclaren
a generous orthodoxy – brian mclaren
blue like jazz – donald miller
a million miles in thousand years – donald miller

  1. dhyan says:

    really enjoyed reading your blogs – you have a (good!) way with words. felt like you were describing many aspects of my own journey.
    similarities on the reading list too (eg, Timothy Keller, CS Lewis, more).
    God is so Good!
    Thank you…

    Thanks for the kind words. God’s been good to me and his grace (thank goodness) endures forever.


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