In this post I share the last 10 books I downloaded to my Kindle in 2014.

If I put a book on in my Kindle cloud, it is usually for one of three reasons.

  • I’m super interested in the content,
  • I got a recommendation from a friend,
  • The price was too good to pass up. (Many times it was free)

I usually read Kindle books on my phone in the evenings or when I am waiting around, so I don’t finish them very easily.

I usually have about 3-5 books I’m reading on my night stand at any given time. Two books I’ve been reading recently are Deep Church & Deep Faith, both given to me by the author, Jim Belcher.

If I pick up a book at a conference I will usually read it within the first 2-3 days of buying it. One of those recent books was XLR8 by John Kotter, which was recommended at Missio Nexus by Steve Moore.

I have a periodicals sitting on my desk that I read regularly, including our own Mission Frontiers magazine and the IJFM or International Journal of Frontier Missiology.

Recently when I was writing a paper, I was neck deep in over 30 sources, so I will dig in to new books when I am looking for specific content.

I regularly follow dozens of blogs and news sites through Feedly as well in order to stay up to date with the latest conversations. (I will share some of my favorites in another post.)

 

What books do you read and why?

What books do you read and why?

Here are the last 10 Kindle books I downloaded this year in 2014.

  1. Hostage to the Devil by Fr. Malachi Martin
  2. A Wind in the House of Islam by David Garrison
  3. The Walk of the Spirit – The Walk of Power by Dave Roberson
  4. Hyper-Grace by Michael L. Brown
  5. The Power of Crying Out by Bill Gothard
  6. Simple Ways to Reach Out to Muslims by Carl Medearis
  7. Platform by Michael Hyatt
  8. Speaking of Jesus: The Art of Not-Evangelism by Carl Medearis
  9. Reimagining Church by Frank Viola
  10. Orthodoxy by Gilbert Keith Chesterton

 

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