Reading List 2007

The Man Called Cash – The Life, Love, and Faith of an American Legend
by Steve Turner

How Children Raise Their Parents – The Art of Listening to Your Family
by Dan Allender

In Praise of Slowness – Challenging the Cult of Speed by Carl Honore

The Myth of a Christian Nation – How the Quest for Political Power is Destroying the Church by Gregory Boyd

The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience – Why Are Christians Living Just Like the Rest of the World? – by Ron Sider

Organic Community – creating a place where people naturally connect by Joseph Myers

Generation Me – Why Today’s Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled – And More Miserable Than Ever Before by Jean Twenge

Intelligent Church – A Journey Towards Christ Centered Community by Steve Chalke

The Hidden Power of Electronic Culture – How Media Shapes Faith, the Gospel, and Church by Shane Hipps

Save Me From Myself – How I Found God, Quit Korn, Kicked Drugs and Lived to Tell My Story by Brian “Head” Welch

Static – Tune Out the “Christian” Noise and Experience the Real Message of Jesus by Ron Martoia

Adventures in Missing the Point by Brian McLaren and Tony Campolo

They Like Jesus But Not the Church – insights from emerging generations by Dan Kimball

StormFront – The Good News of God by James Brownson, et. al.

Mere Discipleship – Radical Christianity in a Rebellious World by Lee Camp

Living the Resurrection – The Risen Christ in Everyday Life by Eugene Peterson

Stumbling Toward Faith – my longing to heal from the evil that God allowed

Ordinary Losses – Naming the Graces that Shape Us by Elisa Stanford

Sexy Girls – How Hot is Too Hot? by Hayley DiMarco

Pieces of Glass – a moment of tragedy, a lifetime of faith by Sarah Kay

The Dirty Little Secret – Uncovering the Truth Behind Porn by Craig Gross

On Earth As It Is In Advertising?  Moving From Commercial Hype to Gospel Hope by Sam Van Eman

Strangers and Neighbors: What I Have Learned About Christianity by Living Among Orthodox Jews by Maria Poggi Johnson

UnChristian: What A New Generation Really Thinks About Christinity….And Why It Matters by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons

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