Books I’m Reading

Reading is one of my favorite things. It helps me relax, dream, and learn. I have a goal to read fifty pages a day because I want to make reading a priority in my life. I read a lot, different styles, genres, fiction and non-fiction. I simply want to read a read often. It helps me have fun and grow in wisdom as a leader. I try to keep updated on books that speak to me the most, so here is an archive of books I believe many will enjoy and relate to!

You can also follow me on GoodReads if you want to be super up-to-date and see what I think as I take the road to reading one hundred books this year!

Here are some of my essential and favorite books I think everyone should check out:

Blue Like Jazz – Donald Miller

Do Over – Jon Acuff

Purpose Driven Life – Rick Warren

Lead Small – Reggie Joiner, Tom Schefchunas

Scary Close – Donald Miller

Here are the list of books I’ve completed this past year and think you should check out!

2020 books that I loved:

Come Matter Here – Hannah Brencher

The Dark – Lemony Snicket

When Life Gives You Lemons – Gerald Fadayomi

Final Girls – Riley Sager

Eleanor and Park – Rainbow Rowell

2019 books that made an impact on me:

Everybody Always – Bob Goff

It’s Personal – Reggie Joiner, Kristen Ivy, Virginia Ward

Finish – Jon Acuff

Irresistible – Andy Stanley

Tribes – Seth Godin

Why We Broke Up – Daniel Handler

2018 books I’ve read that speak to my soul:

Supergods – Grant Morrison

Royal City – Jeff Lemire

Your First Two Years in Youth Ministry – Doug Fields

Friend Of Sinners – Rich Wilkerson Jr.

2017 books I’ve read that are worth your time:

Becoming a Contagious Christian – Bill Hybels and Mark Mittelberg

Harry Potter Saga – J. K. Rowling

All the Wrong Questions – Lemony Snicket

Seconds – Bryan Lee O’Malley

Mister Miracle – Tom King

Archie – Mark Waid

Deadly Class – Rick Remender

2016 books I’ve read that are fantastic:

Love Does – Bob Goff

Reclaiming Communication : The Power of Talk in a Digital Age – Sherry Turkle

I Am Malala – Malala Yousafzai

A Manifesto for Growing Leaders on Your Campus – Tim Elmore

Creativity Inc. – Ed Catmull

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