June 2021 Book Log

Here’s the 10 books I read in June. My book total for 2021 currently sits at 57 books.

(I must always clarify that I read many books with which I disagree. I learn the most by reading things that do not represent my position.)

Let’s Eat: A Process for Renewing the Practice of the Lord’s Supper in the Life and Worship of Southland Baptist Church, San Angelo, Texas by Taylor Sandlin

On the Road to Armageddon: How Evangelicals Became Israel’s Best Friend by Timothy Weber

Living Sent: The Disciple-Maker’s Handbook by Robin Wallar

Everyone Sent to Multiply Everything: Cultivating a Multiplying Discipleship and Church Planting Movement by Robin Wallar

Asking, Seeking , Knocking: Transitioning Churches in an Urban Context by Ryan Jesperson with Ron Danley

Predators in Our Pulpits: A Compelling Call to Follow Christ in These Perilous Times by W. Phillip Keller

A Holy Meal: The Lord’s Supper in the Life of the Church by Gordon T. Smith

With Burning Hearts: A Meditation on the Eucharistic Life by Henri Nouwen

Understanding Four Views on the Lord’s Supper edited by Paul Engle and John Armstrong

The Lord’s Supper by Thomas Watson

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