Monday, September 13, 2010

What are you reading?

I just finished John and Staci Eldrege's Love and War (review to come soon!). I saw the finish line and sprinted ahead to get through it this weekend. By doing so however, I've fallen behind on Mere Churchianity and Transformational Church. Yes, you read that right, I've been juggling three books. When my business travel was steady, that was easy. Now that I'm grounded for a while, and with school back in gear, my free-time to read has dwindled. So you'll have to jump over to Nancy Rosback's Bend the Page for the latest on Michael Spencer's wonderful book. I may or may not get caught up later today. I'm also regrettably unable to participate in the discussion on the Hole in Our Gospel by Rich Stearns (I mean, there's only so many hours in a day!) 

This kind of revisits a similar question from the beginning of the summer. But what are you currently reading?

Are you now, or have you ever, participated in an online book discussion like those above?

Do you have a favorite book that you've always wanted to discuss?

I'm really enjoying these discussions and if I ever get all caught up in my reading, I might do one here. Stay tuned.

3 comments:

JC Dude said...

I'm usually in the middle of three books but recently I just finished "The Hole in Our Gospel" By Richard Stearns...a must read BTW!

Glynn said...

Just finished "Simon, Called Peter," a meditation of the life of Peter by a Ctholic priest. I'm doing two book discussions at the same time - one for "Made to Stick" and one for "Mere Churchianity." And then I'm reading "Pirates of the Levant" by Arturo Perez-Reverte -- which is great swashbuckling fun but it would push a heavy PG 13 rating as a movie - lots of violent sword fights.

Fatha Frank said...

Thanks guys for sharing. I thought I was the only one crazy enough to take on so many books, but you have me beat!

So what book(s) would you like to see a discussion on?