My Reading List for Late Spring/Summer 2013

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Here’s a list of books I read in the last 3 months. The last 4 books are ones I’m finishing up in the next two weeks (through July). Leaders are readers! Leaders are life-long learners. Always remember that. Here’s my list:

  1. Deep & Wide: Creating Churches Unchurched People Love to Attend
    by Andy Stanley (read in May on my iPad Kindle app)
  2. Sun Stand Still: What Happens When You Dare to Ask God for the Impossible
    by Steven Furtick (read in May on my iPad Kindle app)
  3. Greater: Dream Bigger. Start Smaller. Ignite God’s Vision for Your Life.
    by Steven Furtick (read in May on my iPad Kindle app)
  4. On the Old Testament (Book You’ll Actually Read)
    by Mark Driscoll (read in June on my iPad Kindle app)
  5. On the New Testament (Book You’ll Actually Read)
    by Mark Driscoll (read in June on my iPad Kindle app)
  6. The Catalyst Leader: 8 Essentials for Becoming a Change Maker
    by Brad Lomenick (read in June/July on my iPad Kindle app)
  7. Not a Fan: Becoming a Completely Committed Follower of Jesus
    by Kyle Idleman (read in June/July by Audiobook)
  8. Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World
    by Michael Hyatt (read in June/July by Audiobook)
  9. Jesus Is: Find a New Way to Be Human
    by Judah Smith (read in July – hardcopy)
  10. Pursued: God’s Divine Obsession with You
    by Jud Wilhite (read in July – hardcopy)
  11. On the Verge: A Journey Into the Apostolic Future of the Church (Exponential Series)
    by Alan Hirsch and Dave Ferguson (read in July on my iPad Kindle app)
  12. AND: The Gathered and Scattered Church (Exponential Series)
    by Hugh Halter (read in July on my iPad Kindle app)
  13. Be Our Guest (Revised and Updated Edition): Perfecting the Art of Customer Service (Disney Institute Book, A)
    by The Disney Institute (read in July – hard copy)
  14. Love Does: Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World
    by Bob Goff (read in July on my iPad Kindle app)

*** Interesting to note: Most of the books I read digitally (on my iPad via the Kindle app), two books I read via Audiobook and just 3 books I read were hardcopy books. Kindle is definitely my preferred choice. What about you? How do you read?

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3 thoughts on “My Reading List for Late Spring/Summer 2013

  1. Great reading list. I've actually read many of those and am now interested in reading some of the others you listed. How did you like that Disney institute book? Would it be a valuable read for a Campus Pastor or not? Which should I read first: Jesus is____, Pursued, or Be Our Guest?