Thursday, December 9, 2010

2011 Goals: 2011 Christian Nonfiction Challenge

Hosted by Journey to the End of the TBR pile. Read at least 10 Christian Nonfiction books in 2011.

1. The Attributes of God. Arthur W. Pink.
2. Slave: The Hidden Truth About Your Identity in Christ. John MacArthur.
3. Jesus in the Present Tense: The I AM Statements of Christ. Warren W. Wiersbe.
4. A Million Ways To Die: The Only Way to Live. Rick James.
5. Passport Through Darkness: A True Story of Danger and Second Chances. Kimberly L. Smith.
6. The Legacy of the King James Bible: Celebrating 400 Years of the Most Influential English Translation. Leland Ryken.
7. O Love That Will Not Let Me Go: Facing Death With Courageous Confidence in God. Edited by Nancy Guthrie. 2011. February 2011. Crossway Books. 160 pages.
8. Don't Call It A Comeback: the Old Faith For a New Day. Edited by Kevin DeYoung. Foreword by D.A. Carson. 2011. Crossway Books. 256 pages.
9. The Everlasting Tradition: Jewish Customs, Holidays, and Historical Events That Reveal Biblical Truth. Galen Peterson. 1995. Kregel Publications. 160 pages.
10. Knowing Scripture. R.C. Sproul. 1977/2009. IVP. 152 pages.
11. The World Jesus Knew. Anne Punton. 2003. Moody Publishers. 192 pages.
12. The Practice of the Presence of God. Brother Lawrence. Joseph de Beaufort. 1982. Whitaker House. 96 pages.
13. How To Get The Most From God's Word. John MacArthur. 1997. Thomas Nelson. 168 pages.
14. No Other Gospel: 31 Reasons From Galatians Why Justification by Faith Alone is the Only Gospel. Josh Moody. 2011. Crossway. 288 pages.
15.  Discovering Jesus: Why Four Gospels to Portray One Person? T.D. Alexander. 2010. Crossway Publishers. 144 pages.
16. Through Gates of Splendor. Elisabeth Elliot. 1956/2005. Tyndale. 296 pages.
17. Cries From the Cross: A Journey Into the Heart of Jesus. Erwin Lutzer. 2002. Moody. 170 pages.
18. How To Study The Bible. R.A. Torrey. 1896. Hendrickson Publishers. 90 pages.
19. How to Pray. R.A. Torrey. 1900. Hendrickson Publishers. 82 pages.
20. The Holiness of God. R.C. Spoul. 1985. Tyndale. 280 pages.
21. Why One Way?: Defending an Exclusive Claim in an Inclusive World. John MacArthur. 2002. Thomas Nelson. 96 pages.
22. China Cry. Nora Lam with Richard Schneider. 1991. Thomas Nelson. 260 pages.
23. Mirror Ball. Matt Redman. 2011. David C. Cook. 176 pages.
24. Tombstones and Banana Trees: A True Story of Revolutionary Forgiveness. Medad Birungi with Craig Borlase. 2011. David C. Cook. 208 pages.
25. Am I Really A Christian? Mike McKinley. Foreword by Kirk Cameron. 2011. Crossway. 160 pages.
26. Note to Self: The Discipline of Preaching to Yourself. Joe Thorn. Foreword by Sam Storms. 2011. Crossway Books. 144 pages.
27. Read Your Bible One Book At A Time: A Refreshing Way To Read God's Word with New Insight and Meaning. Woodrow Kroll. 2002. Gospel Light Publications. 150 pages.

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible

1 comment:

twiga92 said...

This is an awesome list of books! I'm impressed! My husband has Slave on his Kindle and I think I will read it on there. Some good meaty books here - look forward to your reviews.