Monday, 3 January 2011
As is my blogging custom at this time of the year, here is a list of books I've read during 2010! Here goes....in no particular order....(ahem...some of these should come with a health warning!) (And in case you are interested, a link to 2009's books: here)
- Brafman, O. "The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organisations"
- Viola, F & Barna, G "Pagan Christianity: Exploring the Roots of our Church Practices"
- Viola, F & Sweet, L "Jesus Manifesto"
- Viola, F, "Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic Christianity"
- Viola, F. "The Untold Story of the New Testament Church: An Extraordinary Guide to Understanding the New Testament"
- Viola, F "Finding Organic Church
- Hirsch, A . "The Forgotten Ways: Reactivating the Missional Church"
- Hirsch, A. "The Forgotten Ways Handbook: A Practical Guide for Developing Missional Churches"
- Hirsch, A. "Untamed: Reactivating a Missional Form of Discipleship"
- Claiborne, S & Perkins, J. "Follow Me to Freedom: Leading as an Ordinary Radical"
- Eastman & Latham, "The Urban Church: A Practitioners Resource Book."
- Boren, M.S. "Missional Small Groups: Becoming a Community that makes a different in the world"
- Cole, N. "Organic Leadership: Leading Naturally Right Where You Are"
- Cole, N. "Church 3.0: Upgrades for the Future of the Church"
- Murray, S. "The Naked Anabaptist"
- Stibbe, M & Williams, A. "Breakout"
- Freeman, A & Greig, P . "Punk Monk: New Monasticism and the Ancient Art of Breathing"
- Jamison, C "Finding Sanctuary: Monastic Steps for Everyday Life"
- McClung, F "You See Bones - I see an Army: Changing the Way we Do Church"
- Bessenecker, S "The New Frairs: The Emerging Movement Serving the World's Poor"
- Wilson-Heartgrove, J "New Monasticism: What it has to say to today's Church"
- Bonnhoeffer, D "Life Together"
- Bishop, G. "Darkest England and the Way Back In"
- Wilson, M "Eden: Called to the Streets"
- Yancey, P "What's So Amazing About Grace?"
(PS....I do read non-Christian stuff too lest you think I'm too boring. Outstanding one this year was 'Band of Brothers' by Stephen Ambrose)