Books to Reread

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  1. PastorSBC1303

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    Obviously as a pastor I enjoy reading and there are a few books that have made a huge impression on me that I read and reread often, I was wondering what books all of you would count in that thought, and why? Here are 4 of mine:

    Whatever Happened to Worship by AW Tozer
    The Pursuit of God by AW Tozer
    Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders
    Liberating Ministry from the Success Syndrome by Kent Hughes

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    Gee, I guess no one likes to reread books like I do :D Or maybe I posted this question in the wrong area. Sorry :confused:
     
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    Pastor, no problem. I am still reading books the first time around as a Theology student, so the ones you mentioned are new to me and I will put them on my "to read" list. [​IMG] I am always looking for recommendations. I am particularly interested in Pauls writings and his use of the Old Testament.

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    Sheila [​IMG]
     
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    Some of my personal favorites:

    Lectures To My Students , C.H. Spurgeon
    The Darkness And The Dawn , Charles Swindoll
    High Expectations , Thom Rainer
    The Love Languages of God , Gary Chapman
    Preaching & Preachers , D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    (Anything by Max Lucado)
    The Vanishing Conscience , JohnMacArthur

    I love to read [​IMG]

    In Christ,
    Trotter
     

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