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Reading List for 2020

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2020 Reading List

By Nathaniel Wall

Occasionally people get curious about what I am reading (in addition to my daily Bible reading). If you are interested in my 2020 reading plan, below you will find some of the books on my list according to the month I plan to complete it. These books fall under the following categories: Marriage and Family (2), Apologetics (1), Discipleship (2), Christian Classics (2), Personal Growth (2), Biography (1), Counseling (2), Leadership (1)

Please know that just because I am reading these books does not mean I agree with every thought they express. I read them to “chew up the meat and spit out the bones.” If a book interests you, all you have to do is click on the book and it will link you to Amazon for purchasing. You can also join me in reading the Old Testament (click here) or the New Testament (click here) in a year.

January (Personal Growth)

Rewire Your Heart by David Bowden

February (Personal Growth)

The Restored Man by Randy Hemphill

March (Apologetics)

No God But One by Nabeel Qureshi

April (Counseling)

Depression by Edward Welch

May (Christian Classic)

Knowing God by J.I. Packer

June (Discipleship)

Gospel Fluency by Jeff Vanderstelt

July (Marriage & Family)

The Storm-Tossed Family by Russell Moore

August (Christian Classic)

The Weight Of Glory by C.S. Lewis

September (Marriage & Family)

Marriage After God by Aaron & Jennifer Smith

October (Biography)

Warning!!! The book below is not an easy read. It was written over 200 years ago. However, many famous Christians have credited David Brainerd’s journal as an influential tool the Lord used to inspire them to the missionary field (Examples include: Hudson Taylor, William Carey, Jim Elliot)

Life And Diary Of David Brainer by Jonathan Edwards

November (Counseling)

Furious Longing of God By Brennan Manning

December (Discipleship)

DNA Of A Christ Follower by Daren Wride

                The DNA Of a Christ follower by Darren Wride

Books that barely missed my list:

(Leadership) Overcoming the 5 dysfunctions of a team by Patrick Lencioni

(Discipleship) Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges