In 2019, I committed to reading more books. I want to continue to grow and develop in every area of my life and books help me to do that. 2020 was a challenging year in a lot of ways. The quarantine really took away my normal routine for books, so I didn’t go through as many books this year as last year, but thankfully I got back on track and got into some really interesting reads this year.

I want to highlight my top three for this year. These three were thought provoking and challenging in different ways. I want to encourage you to give them a read and let me know what you think about them. My top three are Christianity For People Who Aren’t Christians by James Emery White, Replicate by Robby Gallaty, and You Lost Me by David Kinnaman. I would love it if you would share with me your top three reads of 2020 so that I can check them out. Here is the entire list in alphabetical order:

1. Above All by J.D. Greear

2. Bearing Fruit by Robby Gallaty

3. Better Decisions Fewer Regrets by Andy Stanley

4. Christianity For People Who Aren’t Christians by James Emery White

5. Dangerous Prayers by Craig Groeschel

6. Deep & Wide, Creating churches unchurched people love to attend by Andy Stanley

7. Exponential by Dave and Greg Ferguson

8. Faith For Exiles by David Kinnaman

9. Follow To Lead by Stan Gleason

10. From Social Media To Social Ministry by Nona Jones

11. Growing Up by Robby Gallaty

12. How To Be Rich by Andy Stanley

13. I Can’t Make This Up by Kevin Hart

14. Jesus Continued by J.D. Greear

15. Lead by Paul David Tripp

16. Not God Enough by J.D. Greear

17. Platform by Michael Hyatt

18. Replicate by Robby Gallaty

19. Talking To Strangers by Malcom Gladwell

20. The Decision by Kevin Hart

21. The Forgotten Jesus by Robby Gallaty

22. The Grave Robber by Mark Batterson

23. The Vision Driven Leader by Michael Hyatt

24. Transformational Churches by Thom Rainer

25. You Lost Me by David Kinnaman