Earlier this week I posted 5 of my top 10 books I read in 2010. Here’s the rest of the list.

5 – The End is Now – by Rob Stennett

What would happen if the Rapture was were tested out on a small town in Kansas? “The End is Now” is a hilarious account of that very scenario.

4 – The Big Idea – by Dave Ferguson, Jon Ferguson, & Eric Bramlett

This is a must read for church leaders. The book unravels the method of concentrating on one critical fact every Sunday morning. One topic is covered through every aspect of the sermon.

3 – Stuff Christians Like – by Jon Acuff

I’ve been waiting years for Jon Acuff to publish a book. Now it’s here, and it’s amazing. If you go to church or work in a church, go get this book. You will laugh till your side hurts at his honest and sometimes convicting depictions of stereotypical Christianity.

2 – The Catcher in the Rye – by J.D. Salinger

When Salinger passed away in January of this year I decided to put this book on my reading list. I’m glad I did. The book was is an incredible work that details the life of a boy as he struggles with becoming a man.

1 – Serve God, Save the Planet – by Matthew Sleeth

This year I had several books that made me think; books that inspired me to reconsider various aspects of my life. However, none of them caused such a change as did as Sleeth’s call for Christians to take care of God’s creation.

What books did you read this last year that made you reconsider something in your life? A habit? A lifestyle? An attitude?

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