Nathan Schneider

Books I’ve Read in 2014

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  1. Resisting Gossip / Matthew Mitchell / Christian Living
  2. The Ministry of Intercession / Andrew Murray / Prayer
  3. Purity of Heart is to Will One Thing / S. Kierkegaard / Philosophy
  4. The Practice of the Presence of God / B. Lawrence / Christian Living
  5. Aristotle for Everybody / Mortimer Adler / Philosophy
  6. The Power of Habit / Charles Duhigg / Personal Growth
  7. Lord, Teach Us to Pray / Andrew Murray / Prayer
  8. Speaking Truth in Love / David Powlison / Biblical Counseling
  9. Speed Bumps / Mike Landry / Prayer
  10. A Call to Prayer / JC Ryle/ Prayer
  11. Wired for Intimacy / William Struthers / Christian Living
  12. C.S. Lewis / Alister McGrath / Biography
  13. Simply Christian / N.T. Wright / Christian Theology
  14. Reading for Preaching / Cornelius Plantinga / Christian Ministry
  15. Real Life Discipleship Training Manual / Jim Putman / Christian Ministry
  16. He Is There and He Is Not Silent / Francis Schaeffer / Philosophy
  17. The Fault in Our Stars / John Green / Fiction
  18. Saved without a Doubt / John MasArthur / Christian Theology
  19. Truth Matters / Kostenberger, Bock, and Chatraw / Apologetics
  20. The Gospel at Work / Traeger and Gilbert / Christian Living
  21. Every Good Endeavor / Tim Keller / Christian Living
  22. True Beauty / Carolyn Mahaney / Christian Living
  23. Born to Run / Christopher McDougall / Health and Fitness
  24. The Master Plan of Evangelism / Robert Coleman / Evangelism
  25. Be a People Person / John Maxwell / Leadership
  26. Baptism and Fullness / John Stott / Christian Theology
  27. The Old Man and the Sea / Ernest Hemingway / Fiction
  28. Health and Fitness / Philip Maffetone / Health and Fitness
  29. Thinking. Loving. Doing. / John Piper / Christian Living
  30. What’s Best Next / Matt Perman / Productivity
  31. Fear and Trembling / Soren Kierkegaard / Philosophy
  32. Treasure Island / Robert Stevenson / Fiction
  33. How to Read a Book and Enjoy it More / Ben Johnson / Reading
  34. The Giver / Lois Lowry / Fiction
  35. The Godly Home / Richard Baxter / Christian Family
  36. I Am a Church Member / Thom Rainer / Church Ministry
  37. Theology: The Basics / Alister McGrath / Christian Theology
  38. Cooked / Michael Pollan / Health and Fitness
  39. Edwards on the Christian Life / Dane Ortlund / Christian Living
  40. Saint Thomas Aquinas / G.K. Chesterton / Biography
  41. Next Generation Leader / Andy Stanley / Leadership
  42. The Intelligent Investor / Benjamin Graham / Personal Finance
  43. The Stories We Tell / Mike Cosper / Christian Living
  44. True Spirituality / Francis Schaeffer / Christian Living
  45. Broken-Down House/ Paul Tripp / Christian Living
  46. Faithful God / Sinclair Ferguson / Bible
  47. The Dead and Those About to Die / John McManus / American History
  48. Leading Change / John Kotter / Leadership
  49. Make It Last / Jeff Lovingood / Student Ministry
  50. As You Go / Alvin Reid / Student Ministry
  51. Switch / Chip and Dan Heath / Leadership
  52. Liberating Ministry from the Success Syndrome / Kent and Barbara Hughes / Pastor
  53. The Next Christians / Gabe Lyons / Christian Living
  54. The Juvenilization of American Christianity / Thomas Bergler / Student Ministry
  55. A Manual for Writers / Kate Turabian / Writing
  56. On Writing Well / William Zinsser / Writing
  57. Leading At a Higher Level / Ken Blanchard / Leadership
  58. Building Leaders / Aubrey Malphurs / Leadership
  59. Almost Christian / Kendra Creasy Dean / Student Ministry
  60. The Power of a Praying Husband / Stormie Omartian / Family
  61. The Auschwitz Escape / Joel Rosenberg / Fiction
  62. The Present Age / Soren Kierkegaard / Philosophy

Links to previous reading lists: 20102012, and 2013

Links to previous top reads: 2011, 2014

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