Recommended Reading

This was a whole post I shared in January, 2012. It was entitled “The 15 Most Impactful Books On My Life.” To read the post in its entirety, with all the explanations behind each book, click here.

Here is the abridged version (this list does not include the Bible and any Ellen White books, both of which surpass any book on this list).

  1. The Return of the Latter Rain, by Ron Duffield
  2. See With New Eyes, by Ty Gibson
  3. Then Shall the Sanctuary Be Cleansed, by Donald K. Short
  4. Lessons on Faith, by A.T. Jones and E.J. Waggoner
  5. The Good News Is Better Than You Think, by Robert Wieland
  6. Agape and Eros, by Carsten Johnsen
  7. Can Man Live Without God? by Ravi Zacharias
  8. Darwin’s God, by Cornelius G. Hunter
  9. The Glad Tidings, by E.J. Waggoner
  10. Team of Rivals, by Doris Kearns Goodwin
  11. What’s So Amazing About Grace? by Philip Yancey
  12. Amazing Grace, by Eric Metaxas
  13. Should We Ever Say “I Am Saved?” by Herbert Douglass
  14. The Cross of Christ, by John R.W. Stott
  15. The Knocking at the Door, by Robert Wieland

Two extra bonuses: I Kissed Dating Goodbye, and Boy Meets Girlby Joshua Harris.

3 thoughts on “Recommended Reading”

  1. Peter davis said:

    Exodus type and antitype by Taylor bunch
    Wounded in the house of his friends by Ron duffield
    Just my 2 cents

    • Thanks, Peter. As you’ll notice, this list was made back in 2012, before “Wounded” was published. I would definitely place it on my list of books that have impacted me since 2012!

      • Daniel said:

        Hi Shawn, I have a queston to ask you. Is there any email I can contact you?
        Thanks
        Daniel

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