Books I’d Like To Read
Yesterday I discovered myself leafing through my copy of “Houses that Change the World” (Affiliate Link). In my head I added it to an imaginary list of books I’ve been wanting to read or re-read for a long time.
So I thought I would share my list of “need to reads” and see if anyone else wanted to share theirs.
If I had all the time in the world to read, here’s what I’d be reading:
- Listen to Me, Satan! by Carlos Anacondia
- The Spontaneous Expansion of the Church by Rolland Allen
- The Starfish and The Spider by Ori Brafman and Rod Beckstrom
- The Forgotten Ways by Alan Hirsch
- Houses that Change the World by Wolfgang Simson
- The Starfish Manifesto by Wolfgang Simson
(Those are all affiliate links, by the way.)
So, just out of curiosity, what have you been hoping to read lately?
Photo Credit: Stack of books, Ballard, Seattle Washington by Wonderlane
5 responses to “Books I’d Like To Read”
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- March 29, 2011 -
I’m trying to read “The Lost World” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and re=read “Iron Sunrise” by Charles Stross.
How’s “Houses” going?
Houses is a great read, it’s on the “re-read” part of my list. Highly recommend the book to anyone interested in missional house churches.
I wish I was reading it. Right now I’m leafing through it for research material more than anything.
I wish I could say I knew more about the books you’re reading. Sounds like you’re a big fan of sci-fi. How are they? Definitely sounds like you share my problem though, in more than one book at a time!
I do tend towards sci-fi, but I’ll read pretty much anything. Lost World has a slow beginning (this is my 2nd attempt to get past it), but I found Stross to be great (but his other books are confusing).
“The Starfish and the Spider” looks good, I think I might just get it!
Starfish and the Spider blew my mind. I would love to hear your thoughts if you get around to it. Probably at some point I’m going to get around to doing a chapter by chapter play by play here at the blog and talk about how all of it relates back to a “Starfish-shaped” church.