Notes from Books

Reading engages the intellect, but it also engages the subconscious and gives frameworks for reflection and for growth. I believe reading is instrumental to grow our character, capacity, confidence, capabilities and sense of calling. The love for reading was something I discovered about myself when I was very young. I wish I could retain all I have read, but in hopes of doing better at that - I have started reviewing books and typing up highlights from them. Below you will find a growing archive of my reviews.

Do All Lives Matter? by Wayne Gordon & John M. Perkins

The Soul of Shame by Curt Thompson, M.D.

Flourishing in Ministry by Matt Bloom

Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Amazing Love by Corrie Ten Boom

Advent Conspiracy by Rick McKindley, Chris Seay, and Greg Holder

The Board and the CEO by Peter Greer and David Weekley

How to Hear the Voice of God by Pete Greig

The Gift of Disillusionment by Peter Greer and Chris Horst

The Invitation by Bethann Miller

The Shakarian Story by Thomas R. Nickel

The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis

Tramp for the Lord by Corrie Ten Boom

The Jesus People Are Coming by Pat King

Dreams by Morton Kelsey

Inner Healing through Healing of Memories by Betty Tapscott

Caring for Creation by Mitch Hescox and Paul Douglas

Rise and Go by Cory M. Carlson

The Last Chapter by A.W. Rasmussen

Rock & Roll Preacher by Chuck Girard

The Leadership Ellipse by Robert A. Fryling 

BLESS by Jon and Dave Ferguson

Making All Things New by Henri Nouwen

Reckless Mercy By Carl Tuttle