My 2011 Reading List…So Far

2011

þ Developing the Leader Within -John Maxwell

þ Motherhood the Guilt that Keeps on Giving

þ The Girl…books – Steig Larsson

þ Irresistible Revolution Shane Claiborne

¨ Three Cups of Tea David Relin

þ Pagan Christianity- Frank Viola &George Barna

¨ The Pursuit of God – A W Tozer

þ Blue Like Jazz – Donald Miller

¨ Velvet Elvis – Rob Bell

þ Love Wins – Rob Bell

¨ Jesus for President – Shane Claiborne

þ And the Shofar Blew – Francine Rivers

þ The Bonsai Conspiracy – Paul Anderson-Walsh

þ A New Kind of Christianity – Brian D McLaren

þ Chazown – Craig Groeschel

¨ Weird – Craig Groeschel

þ The Well Trained Mind – Wise-Bauer

þ Billy –

¨ Just As I Am – Billy Graham

þ Homeschooling Companion

¨ Blink by Malcolm Gladwell

¨ Crazy Love – Francis Chan

þ Revolution – George Barna

¨ A Charlotte Mason Companion

¨ The Power of a Whisper – Bill Hybels

¨ Choosing to See – Mary Beth Chapman

¨ Love Revolution – Joyce Meyer

þ Large Family Logistics

þ Homewarming – Emilie Barnes

þ Driven By Eternity – John Bevere

þ Coaching Your Kids to Be Leaders

¨ Finding Organic Church – Frank Viola

þ The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe – CS Lewis

¨ The 22 Non-Negotiable Laws of Wellness

þ Inside My Heart – Robin McGraw

¨ King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table – Roger Lancelyn Green

¨ My Hearts Cry – Anne Graham Lotz

¨ The Power of Respect – Deborah Norville

¨ Free – the Future of a Radical Price – Chris Anderson

¨ Pursuing More of Jesus – Anne Graham Lotz

¨ The Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell

Possibilities

¨ The Starfish and the Spider Ori Brafman
¨ Organic Disciplemaking Dennis McCallum
¨ The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini
¨ A Thousand Splendid Suns Khaled Hosseini
¨ Not for Sale David Batsone
¨ While Europe Slept Bruce Bawer
¨ Einstein Walter Isaacson
¨ 5 Dysfunctions of a Team- Patrick Lencioni
¨ A Tale of Three Kings- Gene Edwards
¨ Prisoner in the Third Cell-Gene Edwards
¨ Breakfast of Champions- Kurt Vonnegut
¨ SlaughterHouse-Five- Kurt Vonnegut
¨ King Leopold’s Ghost-Adam Hochschild
¨ The Ascent of Money- Niall Ferguson
¨ Green – Ted Dekker
¨ A Briefer History of Time Stephen Hawking
¨ A Short History of Everything Bill Bryson
¨ Infidel Ayaan Hisi Ali
¨ Tides of War Steven Pressfield
¨ Gates of Fire Steven Pressfield
¨ Same Kind of Different as Me Ron Hall
¨ Team of Rivals Doris Goodwin
¨ Strengths Finder Tom Rath
¨ Adam’s Return Richard Rohr
¨ A Generous Orthodoxy Brian McLaren
¨ Spiritual Slavery to Sonship – Jack Frost
¨ No Perfect People Allowed John Burke
¨ The Organic Church – Neil Cole
¨ Becoming A True Sp. Community – Larry Crabb
¨ Adam’s Return- Richard Rohr

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5 thoughts on “My 2011 Reading List…So Far

  1. Lauren says:

    ha ha.. so far! love it! Thanks for posting…. since we always talk about books and I seldom remember the name or the piece of paper I wrote it down on.. this will come in handy! Always an inspiration you are!

  2. Sprout says:

    Tammara we dont have weird, but thinking about picking it up still! Have you read The Dirty Life? Lauren has my copy right now… it's a super fun read about a NYC girl who falls in love with a farmer and they start up an organic farm together. It's raw and real! Loved it!

  3. Tammara says:

    I'm glad to be an inspiration. Feel free to peruse my library – it's always growing. Oh yeah, and did you say you own the book Weird? I'd love to borrow it.

    Laura, that sucks – would you like to borrow my A New Kind of Christian by Brian McLaren?

  4. Laura says:

    Would you believe Naked Spirituality is on backorder for another month??? Not that I would have actually read it in the past month since I've ordered it. Oh Amazon…how you vex me.

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