Yellow Kindle

Over the holidays, I resurrected my Kindle. I cleaned it up, bought a new cover for it (it's bright yellow) and loaded it with some old favourites as well as a few newer releases. The goal is to read 32 books in a year (Mar 1, 2021 – Mar 1, 2022). It might be a stretch but I'll give it a go. Regardless it will be fun and will help kick my Netflix habit.

My reading list includes:

1.Moving On: Beyond Forgive and Forget by Ruth Ann Batstone (Link)

2.The God Who Plays: A Playful Approach to Theology and Spirituality by Brian Edgar (Link)

3.Conscience: What It Is, How to Train It, and Loving Those Who Differ by Andy Naselli (Link)

4.The Psalm on the Cross: A Journey to the Heart of Jesus through Psalm 22 by David Roseberry (Link)

5.Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God by Timothy Keller (Link)

6.A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World by Paul E. Miller (Link)

7.The Jesus Way: A Conversation on the Ways That Jesus Is the Way by Eugene Peterson (Link)

8.Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places: A Conversation in Spiritual Theology by Eugene Peterson (Link)

9.Eat This Book: A Conversation in the Art of Spiritual Reading by Eugene Peterson (Link)

10.Practice Resurrection: A Conversation on Growing Up in Christ by Eugene Peterson (Link)

11.Tell It Slant: A Conversation on the Language of Jesus in His Stories and Prayers by Eugene Peterson (Link)

12.Spirit and Sacrament: An Invitation to Eucharismatic Worship by Andrew Wilson (Link)

13.A Boundless God: The Spirit according to the Old Testament by Jack Levison (Link)

14.Why I Am Still Surprised by the Power of the Spirit: Discovering How God Speaks and Heals Today by Jack Deere (Link)

15.The Language of Heaven: Crucial Questions About Speaking in Tongues by Sam Storms (Link)

16.Practicing the Power: Welcoming the Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Your Life by Sam Storms (Link)

17.Engaging with the Holy Spirit: Real Questions, Practical Answers by Graham A. Cole (Link)

18.Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity—and Why This Harms Everybody by Helen Pluckrose & James A. Lindsay (Link)

19.The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution by Carl R. Trueman (Link)

20.The Art of Invisibility: The World's Most Famous Hacker Teaches You How to Be Safe in the Age of Big Brother and Big Data by Kevin Mitnick (Link)

21.The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age by David E. Sanger (Link)

22.Click Here to Kill Everybody: Security and Survival in a Hyper-connected World by Bruce Schneier (Link)

23.Human Hacking: Win Friends, Influence People, and Leave Them Better Off for Having Met You by Christopher Hadnagy & Seth Schulman (Link)

24.Radicalized: Four Tales of Our Present Moment by Cory Doctorow (Link)

25.Little Brother & Homeland by Cory Doctorow (Link)

26.Attack Surface by Cory Doctorow (Link)

27.Lloyd-Jones on the Christian Life: Doctrine and Life as Fuel and Fire by Jason C. Meyer (Link)

28.Edwards on the Christian Life: Alive to the Beauty of God by Dane C. Ortlund (Link)

29.Wesley on the Christian Life: The Heart Renewed in Love by Fred Sanders (Link)

30.Schaeffer on the Christian Life: Countercultural Spirituality by William Edgar (Link)

31.Bonhoeffer on the Christian Life: From the cross, for the world by Stephen J. Nichols (Link)

32.Rediscipling the White Church: From Cheap Diversity to True Solidarity by David W. Swanson (Link)

Looking at the above list, I quite like the variety that it provides – it has some on spiritual formation, some on the Holy Spirit, some biographical, some on culture and others on cybersecurity/technology. Hopefully I can offer some thoughts here at NeonSoup under the tag #LitQuotes or on BookWyrm.

*The links point to Amazon but they are NOT affiliate links.