2011 Book List


These are the books I read in 2011. I made a goal of 15 but I far surpassed it.
January
1. Bait of Satan – John Bevere
2. Radical – David Platt
3. 10 Dumbest Things Christians Do – Mark Attebery
4. MLH Internet Pornography – Covenant Eyes Ministry
5. Intimacy with the Almighty – Charles Swindoll
6. The Goodness Of God – Randy Alcorn

February
7. Mustaine – Dave Mustaine
8. Pujols – Scott Lamb & Tim Ellsworth
9. Raising Dad – Thom & Art Rainer
10. Lessons From San Quentin – Bill Dallas

March
11. Decision Points – George W. Bush
12. The Band That Played On

April
13. Reggie – Reggie Dabbs
14. Mad Church Disease – Anne Jackson
15. Love My Rifle More Than You – Kayla Williams

May
16. Lincoln On Leadership – Donald Phillips
17. Money Secrets of the Amish – Lorilee Cracker
18. The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player

June
19. Davy Crockett’s Own Story – Davy Crockett
20. How To Hit A Curveball – Scott Singer

July
21. Amish Values For Your Family – Suzanne Woods Fisher

August
22. The Faith And Values of Sarah Palin – Mansfield & Holland

September
23. Point Man – Steve Farrar
24. Torn – Jud Wilhite

October
25. The Millionaire Next Door – Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko
26  Experiencing the Presence of God – A. W. Tozer

November
27. Odd Man Out – Matt McCarthy
28. Creative Matters (eBook)
29. The Blogrocket 29 (eBook) – Bryan Allain
30. Knowledge of the Holy – A.W. Tozer

December

31. Leadership – Rudolph Giuliani
32. Developing A Theology of Leadership -Tony Morgan (eBook)
33. History’s Most Spectacular Sin – John Piper (eBook)
34. EntreLeadership – Dave Ramsey
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About Kevin Riner
child of grace, worshiper of Jesus, husband, father, Pastor of Village Church, author of Faith Debugged

2 Responses to 2011 Book List

  1. pastorcarlo says:

    Great job! Giuliani’s book is one of my favorite leadership books. I lost my copy back in 04.

    • Kevin Riner says:

      I bought that book at McKay’s for a dollar down in Nashville. You and I should take a road trip there. Great used book store. You can rack up on books for cheap.

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