Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Recommended Reading For Young Life Leaders

For Christmas I got a Kindle Paperwhite and I'm a huge fan! As a result, I'm reading a lot more these days.

I'd love to get a good list going on here of recommended books for Young Life leaders. I'll start and would love for you to comment below or email us here with books you'd recommend. Once you comment, I'll add them to the list.

Books I've Read Recently Or Am Currently Reading 

The Geeks Shall Inherit The Earth by Alexandra Robbins

Deep & Wide by Andy Stanley

Love Does by Bob Goff

Young Life in Our Shoes by Curtis Chesney

Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp

What Is Marriage by Girgis, Anderson, & George  

Working The Angles by Eugene Peterson 
 
Christian Apologetics by Doug Groothius

Gospel by JD Greear 

Letters to a Young Life Leader by Bob Mitchell 

Other YL Leaders have emailed in or commented below and suggested the following books:

Speaking of Jesus by Carl Medearis

In the Name of Jesus by Henri Nouwen

The Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert E. Coleman

The Truth About Leadership by Kouzes and Posner

Cold Tangerines by Shauna Niequist

The Book on Leadership by John MacArthur

Please comment below or email us here with books you'd recommend.


Posted by Drew Hill

8 comments:

  1. The Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert E. Coleman

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  2. The Truth About Leadership by Kouzes and Posner

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  3. Shauna Niequist Cold Tangerines and Bittersweet

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  4. Read Love Does in two days. Awesome book! Right now I'm working through Wild at Heart and working through Crazy Love with my sophomore guys.

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  5. Just started 'The Book On Leadership' by John MacArthur, it's looking really good!

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  6. Uncommon leadership, Robert D. Kuest

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  7. Hi, my name is Mike and I am currently working on a book called, 'How to Debate Atheists.' I have completed the first three chapters and would appreciate any feedback.


    http://mikemanea.com/unapologetics/how-to-debate-atheists/

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