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I am currently reading Reformission Revolution by Mark Driscoll...absolutely amazing look at where we as the church and as Christ-followers need to be. I am also reading The Last Amateurs. You gotta' pick that one up. It's a great look into the never-mentioned Patriot League and the kinds of kids that play ball there.

Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott – I’m about 75% through with this one and the only reason I’m finishing it is so you can’t call me a quitter. It’s a series of snapshots of the authors’ life written as a memoir. She calls herself Christian, and I don’t really doubt that, but she is a venom-spitting, flaming liberal that for the most part just pisses me off. However, I’ll allow that she is a talented writer.

On deck:

Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell – Apparently a story about the authors struggle with his own faith. The reviews I read were either 5-star or 1-star; not much in between. We’ll see.

What You Don’t Know May be Killing You by Don Colbert – Advice on how to live healthier by an MD who prefers natural healing over prescription and non-prescription drugs.

let's see. i am reading the philosophy and principles of christian education. the history of christianity parts 1 @ 2. the history of teaching christianity. and many many more wonderful, sleep inducing texts. i can't wait till summer when i can read my own selections again.

Just finished Lady's Maid by Margaret Forster... the story of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning's marriage as told through the eyes of their maid. It reminded me of a Jane Austen novel... my favorite kind.

You Suck: A Love Story by Christopher Moore. Its hilarious:)

I'm telling everyone they absolutely must read the irresistible revolution by shane claiborne. and you are no exception. read it. now. go on. stop reading this, I'm not going to say anything interesting, just go. seriously, I mean it.

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