kingdom ministry, by john wimber...i'm on a john wimber kick right now, he thinks like i do and i feel like god is drawing me into a greater awareness of the spirit through him
experiencing the resurrection, by henry and mel blackaby...we've got a series upcoming on the resurrection so i'm reading a lot in that stream now. this one is only so-so.
renewing the mind, by casey treat...casey has his flaws, but his teaching on the importance of being taught and submitting yourself to scriptural understanding is first rate
the meaning of the city, by jaques ellul...this is undoubtedly one of the most complicated, yet meaningful, theology texts i've read in the last 2 years. i'll be re-reading this for the next decade (this trip was re-read #2).
remnant, by larry stockstill...i was given this book at the vision conference as a reminder to not screw up my life with sin. it's a quick read, written by the head of ted haggard's accountability team.
and i've just begun "living the resurrection" by eugene peterson, which - so far - is a fantastic read...i'm about 1/3 through and it feels really good