Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Tuesday Afternoon

I'm tired and poor and can take no more. Actually, it's been a pretty good day. I don't see huge amounts of stuff that I've accomplished, but I've made progress and also been able to interact with people.

I need to start a new book. What should I read? Any recommendations? Not fiction. Rarely do I read youth stuff - not that I won't, but such material isn't high on my list. Give me your best suggestions.


At 10:04 AM, Blogger Matt Proctor said...

First off, great preachers are creative geniuses. If you want to grow as a preacher, fiction may be a good place to start. I love Harry Potter, books by Chaim Potok, and C.S. Lewis is always a good fall back.

If however, you don't feel like fiction just yet. 12 Steps for the Recovering Pharisee (like me) by John Fischer is great. Also, any thing by N.T. Wright will get you thinking. Evidence Not Yet Seen by Darlene Deibler Rose is a fantastic missionary biography. And if you are up for more postmodern stuff, the Post-Evangelical by Dave Tomlinson (the NOrth American version) would also be enjoyable to read.

At 10:18 AM, Blogger andyalbers said...

Books by Ted Dekker Rock
very exciting and will make you think

At 5:25 PM, Blogger morgan said...

Tired but not poor. You have given much and you have much.


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