These are some books I've begun (or at least scanned) and that I need to either begin again or at least pick up where I stopped and finish:
- The Subversion of Christianity -- Jacques Ellul (profound, but I keep laying it down. Don't know why...)
- Mission-shaped Church -- Mission-Shaped Church working Group (UK) (bought in Cambridge some years back but keep trying to get through it...)
- Community and Growth -- Jean Vanier (I just found my treasured, dog-eared, printed-in-India-in-1983 copy! And I am so excited!)
- The Reason for God -- Timothy Keller
- Transforming Mission -- Bosch (for me this is more of a text/reference book that a real read..)
- Church Planting -- Stuart Murray
- Maps of Time -- David Christian
- The Mission of God -- Timothy Wright
- Organic Leadership -- Neal Cole
- Missional Renaissance -- Reggie McNeal (this one I'm taking on a trip so I can read it... I preordered it and for some reason haven't been able to jump in...)
So there you have it ladies and gentlemen the present unfinished reading list.
I feel better. Confession is good for the soul.