What do you want to read?

Thought I’d mention a few of the books on my desk, some as invitation for you to receive to review for Wineskins and others as recommendations or just to let you know what passes for reading material around here.

Revovare Spiritual Formation Bible
Richard J. Foster, Dallas Willard, Walter Brueggemann, Eugene H. Peterson are four of the heavyweights on this 2000+ page Bible. It’s NRSV version that turns our approach to scripture toward spiritual formation.


Finally reading Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. Had read Angels and Demons and enjoyed it.

Wade Hodges gave me Susan Howatch’s Glittering Images and have started that. I start too many books at once, but that’s the nature of the beast, as Don Meredith (HUGSR, not Dallas Cowboys) used to say.

Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead

Malcolm Gladwell, Blink and Tipping Point

Recently completed a family that I’ll write more about later: The road leads home: stories and poems in honor of a poetic woman and a quiet man

Books for review you may be interested in reviewing
Marva Dawn, Talking the walk
Donald Miller, Through painted deserts
David E. Fitch, The great giveaway: reclaiming the mission of the church
Chris Tiegreen, Why a suffering world makes sense
Chuck Smith Jr., Matt Whitlock, Frequently avoided questions
Siang-Yang Tan, Full service: moving from self-serve Christianity to total servanthood
Richard L. Reising, Church marketing 101: preparing your church for greater growth
Steven James, Story: recapture the mystery
Michael Dauphinais, Matthew Levering, Holy people, holy land: a theological introduction to the Bible

If you want any of the above books, send a self-addressed and stamped ($3) large envelope to Greg Taylor 12000 E. 31st St. Tulsa, OK 74146, and include a note with the book you are requesting. I have many other review copies–so if you have a particular book you’re interested, ask.

By Greg Taylor Posted in General

2 comments on “What do you want to read?

  1. I will be sending out my envelope ASAP, also. I would like to request the Donald Miller book, if it’s not already taken. Thanks!
    Stephanie Shepherd
    Searcy, AR


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