Saturday, March 24, 2007

My Favorite "Christian Living" Books's my new book list with some of my favorite "inspirational books." I have lots of those so I'll probably keep adding as I think of more. :) I did a different section for biographies, but all of them could easily be on this list also. :)

The Shack by William P. Young

A fiction novel about a man who "meets God" after suffering a great loss. There are no words to describe this book, but to say that it brings God & His love to life.

The Normal Christian Life by Watchman Nee
This book is a must-read for every believer. Mr. Nee is full of wisdom and insight. He explains the basics of Christianity in a very simple, easy-to-understand way.

Practicing His Presence Brother Lawrence & Fank Laubach
Another must-read. About experiencing the life of Christ in a day-to-day, moment-by-moment

Naturally Supernatural Letting Jesus Live Through You by Mark & Patti Virkler
Another must-read. Explains a lot of things from The Normal Christian Life in a simpler, more practical way. A good compliment to that book.

By John Eldredge:
Waking the Dead "The Glory of a Heart Fully Alive"

Wild at Heart "Discovering the secret of a man's soul"
Women should read this book, too, to help them better understand men/boys.

Epic The true story about our lives

Captivating by John & Staci Edredge
A compliment to Wild at Heart. About the beauty of a woman. I think every woman (and every man who loves a woman or has a daughter) should read this book.

Finishing Strong by Steve Farrar
About living a strong life, to the end. Don't begin your life passionately following the Lord, and then become complacent in your later years, like so many people.

The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning
"Embracing the unconditional love of God"

Why Grace Changes Everything by Chuck Smith
The title says it all.

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