Cleaning out my paper library

I try to read and pass on paper books.  Yesterday as I was cleaning house I put together some more books that are in need of passing on.

These are all books I have read, but only three of them have a review on this blog.

If you want one or more of these books, leave a comment, send me a twitter or email or some other smoke signal.  First come, first serve.

The books are:

A Time To Heal by Stephen Berk – a very good biography of John Perkins, the father of the Christian Community Development movement.

Ruthless Trust by Brennan Manning – I am a fan of Brennan Manning but none of his books have really spoken to me as much as his Ragamuffin Soul.

Abba’s Child by Brennan Manning – actually gave this one away between the time I took the picture and wrote the post.

Living Prayer by Dennis Fuqua.  This one I have a posted about.  Here and Here.  I have two copies of it.  This is the best book on the Lord’s Prayer I have read.  It is only available in paperback right now, but hopefully it will be available on ebook before the end of the year.

Praying the Book of Acts – I posted this one here.  Honestly, it is not as good as I hoped it would be.  But if you have never learning how to use scripture to guide your prayers, you will get something out of it, even if it is not as good as I hoped.

Derailed by Tim Irwin – This is a business book about the need for character in business.  It profiles five failed business leaders and how their failures was a result of failed character.  I wrote a review of it here.

The Long Journey Home by Os Guinness.  The subtitle is “A guide to your search for the meaning of life.

5 Comments

i’d like Ruthless Trust.

If Praying the Book of Acts and Derailed are still available, the hubby and I would like to read them.

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