Mid-Year Top 10

2014 is halfway over, and I’ve read some pretty good books this year.  Here’s my top ten so far, with no explanations.  I can’t imagine the top five not making the cut come end of the year.

#10- United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity, Trillia J. Newbell

#9- One Way Love, Tullian Tchividjian

#8- I’ll Take You There: Mavis Staples, The Staple Singers, and the March Up Freedom’s Highway, Greg Kot

#7- Every Good Endeavor, Timothy Keller

#6- Washed and Waiting, Wesley Hill

#5- Stokely: A Life, Peniel E. Joseph

#4- Is Marriage for White People: How the African American Marriage Decline Affects Everyone, Ralph Richard Banks

#3- Michael Jordan: The Life, Roland Lazenby

#2- Setting our Affections Upon Glory, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

#1- Crazy Busy, A (Mercifully) Short Book About A (Really) Big Problem, Kevin DeYoung

Honorable Mentions:)

Letters to a Birmingham Jail, Bryan Loritts, editor

Right Color Wrong Culture: The Type of Leader Your Organization Needs to Become Multiethnic (August, 2014), Bryan Loritts