Monday, September 15, 2008

I need a new book

Help me out here folks.  I have developed more and more of a love for reading since graduating.  I guess I just have more time.  Every morning I wake up and read for about an hour and then go about my day.  Usually, it's some kind of Christian book that teaches me or enlightens me on an issue.  I love starting my day off with God and wrapping myself around a concept or story about Him.  But I'm always up for anything. 

But I need a new one as I am finishing up my latest book, "What Paul Really Meant"

So I need some suggestions.  To give you an idea of what I have read lately, here's a quick list:
What Paul Really Meant
Serve God, Save The Planet
Financial Peace
When God Writes Your Love Story
Celebration of Discipline
I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist

Help a brotha out here


EJ said...

My most recent reads have been:

Langman's Medical Embryology, 10th edition.

Moore's Clinical Anatomy, 5th edtion.

I wouldn't suggest the anatomy book (too long, too many details) but if you are looking for an enlightening topic on how you some how ended up "normal", realizing that 50 million things could have gone wrong in the first 60 days post-fertilization, you will hopefully see what a miracle childbirth really is. haha :)

Sorry, no help here.

Courtney Hope said...

ok. so, i've recommended this book to about a million people lately- not a christian one, but still SO good. 'east of eden' by john steinbeck - it's a longer one, and a classic, but my oh my, it's a wonderful one. a great novel that will hook ya once you get into it.