Top Reads in 2010

Looking back on 2010, Chris went over his reading list and selected his top books of the year.  Here are seven that are worth your time!

Top 7 Reads of 2010

What’s So Amazing about Grace by Philip Yancey – I recently re-read this as I writing my own book on grace. This book is timeless classic that may be more prophetic now with the clash of faith and politics than ever. Read it again! Read it often!

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell – I’ve used this book as examples in my preaching and teaching often. Read about the 10,000 hour rule!

When A Crocodile Eats the Sun by Peter Godwin– a stunning account of the demise of Zimbabwe under a cruel dictator. Told through the eyes of a white Zimbabwean family.

Sabbath by Wayne Mueller – One of my favorite topics and the least obeyed commandment in the church. Fresh and insightful.

$20 Per Gallon by Christopher Steiner– A refreshingly positive prediction of what could happen as gasoline prices continue to rise. Not doom and gloom. This may change the way you view some of the current political debates!

3 Big Questions for a Frantic Family by Patrick Lencioni– A simple yet helpful story to help you set “rallying cries” as a family from a renowned business consultant.

Fiction Special:  Free Fall by Kyle Mills – A great page turner. I’ve read several of his works and have enjoyed them all.{jcomments on}