Top Non-Fiction Book Reviews so far this year

I am behind on my reading.  I was out of town for work 7 out of 10 days and I have been playing (but not reading much) on my ipad.  I hope I will finish a book by Wednesday.  All of the most read reviews were non-fiction.  I will hold a non-fiction top posts for the next time I am behind on reading.

Here are the top posts of this year to date.

A Million Miles in  a Thousand Years and Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller – I know the post is from last year, but it is the top read book review of this year.

Your Church is Too Small by John Armstrong – I actually did this in three parts.  So here is part two and part three.  This is on of the best book on why the church should be ecumenical that I have ever read.

The Hole in Our Gospel by Richard Stearns – This book is free this month on audiobook at

Living Prayer: The Lord’s Prayer Alive in You by Dennis Fuqua – This is the best book on the Lord’s Prayer I have read.  Highly recommend it.

Humility: True Greatness by C. J. Mahaney – A good book on developing humility.  Not a popular topic, but a good book.

Fearless by Max Lucado – I like the idea of the book.  Take common fears and dispell them. (Also a review from last year.)

Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture by Adam McHugh – As an introvert, this was one of the more personally relevant books I have read in a while.  But I think it is good for any church leader to help you think about how the church may be alienating people by its own culture.


I read: A Million Miles in a Thousand Years and Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller – very very cool. And because I thought it was so cool I am reading Blue Like Jazz. By cool I mean that it meant something to me.
I would like to read Fearless by Max Lucado, but I can't seem to read fast enough 😛

    Fearless is pretty skimable. I really liked A Million Miles. It is
    probably the book I have recommended to more people than any other in
    the last couple months.

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