Books I Like

Below is a list of books which have all changed my life in some way. It’s organised roughly by topic.

Reasons for God

The Reason for God – Timothy Keller

The Case for Christ (Youth Edition) – Lee Strobel

The Gospel’s Power and Message – Paul Washer

The Gospel According to Rome: Comparing Catholic Tradition and the Word of God – James G. McCarthy

Hearing God

Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God – Henry Blackaby

Walking With God – John Eldredge

Growing in the Prophetic – Mike Bickle

Finding Joy in God

The Dangerous Duty of Delight – John Piper

Beautiful Outlaw – John Eldredge

After God’s Own Heart – Mike Bickle

Secrets of the Secret Place – Bob Sorge

Hope Journey – Bob Hartley

Loving Your Neighbor

Compelled by Love – Heidi Baker

Suffering

The Upside of Adversity – Os Hillman

Spiritual Depression – Martyn Lloyd Jones

Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide – Frank Page

Holiness

Bait of Satan – John Bevere

Preaching and Preachers – Martyn Lloyd Jones

Her Hand in Marriage – Douglas Wilson

This Momentary Marriage – John Piper

False Justice – Stuart Greaves

This Day We Fight!: Breaking the Bondage of a Passive Spirit – Francis Frangipane

Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace – Heath Lambert

Fathered By God – John Eldredge

Porn Again Christian – Mark Driscoll

Bible Studies

Studies in the Sermon on the Mount – Martyn Lloyd Jones

Luke (IVP New Testament Commentaries) – Darrell Bock

Revelation Study Guide – Mike Bickle

The Song of Songs – Mike Bickle

End Times Simplified – David Sliker

Biographies/Autobiographies

Born Again – Chuck Colson

Hudson Taylor – Hudson Taylor

With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa – Eugene B. Sledge

Gifted Hands – Ben Carson

Medicine Beyond Kokoda – Dr Clive Auricht

Contemporary Bible Translations

The Voice – Nelson

New Living Translation – Nelson

Fiction

To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee

One thought on “Books I Like

  1. Beautiful Outlaw is one of my favorite books ever. I also happened to read it in the middle of what I can only describe as the most intense, most beautiful, most overwhelming, most defining experiences ever.

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