How many books do you read a year?

Why not finish this year off by purchasing books you can read over Christmas, or start in the New Year.  I don’t think that youth pastors are known for being readers.  That stereotype is slowly changing.

One of the best investments I made this past year was to get an iPad.  I love reading on my iPad.  One feature that I love about reading on my iPad is that I can highlight parts and then at the end of the book, I can send it to my evernote account.  I love being able to categorize all the books I have read, and the quotes that I could use whenever.  Plus, the books are so cheap on kindle.  What do you read on? 

Here are a few books that we loved this past year, and a few books we plan on reading in the new year.  What else would you add to this list? 

Youth Ministry

Public Jesus: Exposing the Nature of God in Your Community

Taking the Cross to Youth Ministry (A Theological Journey Through Youth Ministry)

Youth Ministry in a Post-Christian World: A Hopeful Wake-Up Call

Redefining the Role of the Youth Worker: A Manifesto of Integration

Follow Me: A Call to Die. A Call to Live.

The Prodigal God By Timothy Keller

Disciple (Re:Lit) By Bill Clem

The Freedom of Self Forgetfulness

Gospel Coach: Shepherding Leaders to Glorify God

Who Do You Think You Are?: Finding Your True Identity in Christ

Gospel-Centered Discipleship (Re:Lit)

Creature of the Word: The Jesus-Centered Church

Money: God or Gift

Surprised by Hope By N.T Wright

The Explicit Gospel (Re:Lit)

Walking with God through Pain and Suffering

How to Deliver a Great TED Talk: Presentation Secrets of the World’s Best Speakers (How to Give a TED Talk)

The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?

Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World

Love Does: Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World

What else would you add to this list?