My Favorite Books


Before I was following my Father, I hated reading. It was the ultimate kill joy of summer when I had a “summer reading list” as a child. I may have only read one or two books and did only one book report out of all of high school. Then, when I starting following my Father at the age of 20, I loved reading. I can’t get enough of it. I don’t have an exuberant amount of books…but I wish I did! It is probably because I am an introvert by nature and a Teacher Redemptive gift. I just felt like sharing the books I love and, if you haven’t read them, maybe you would get out of them as much as I did. This list is in no particular order and consist of both fiction and non-fiction.

The Bible by Holy Spirit and men moved by Him – Prefer NASB, AMP, and NKJV

The Shack by Wm. Paul Young

The Shack Revisited by C. Baxter Kruger

Wild at Heart by John Eldredge

Captivating by John and Stasi Eldredge

Love & War by John and Stasi Eldredge

Normal Christian Life by Watchman Nee

Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis

Messy Spirituality by Michael Yaconelli

This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness by Frank Peretti

The Auschwitz Escape by Joel Rosenberg

Being With God series by Graham Cooke

Permission Granted by Graham Cooke

The Case for Faith by Lee Strobel

The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis

The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning

The Pursuit of God by A. W. Tozer (had dream where I was in a huge library and climbed one of those old school library ladders and picked the book off the top shelf. So I bought it)

Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

The God Chasers by Tommy Tenney

Victory Over the Darkness by Neil T. Anderson

What’s So Amazing About Grace by Philip Yancey

Visions From Heaven: Visitations to My Father’s Chamber by Wendy Alec

The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey

This Day I Was Crucified by Gene Edwards

Transported by the Lion of Judah by Anne Elmer

The Circle Series by Ted Dekker

Come Up Higher by Paul Cox

Exploring Heavenly Place Volumes I & II by Paul Cox

Defeating Dark Angels by Charles Kraft

A Celebration of Sex by Douglas E. Rosenau

Spiritual Revolution by Patricia King

For Men Only by Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn

Developing Your Prophetic Gifting by Graham Cooke

Deadly Emotions by Dan Colbert M.D.

The Stronghold of God by Francis Frangipane

Agenda 21 by Glenn Beck

Beautiful Outlaw by John Eldredge

Fathered by God by John Eldredge

For Women Only by Shaunti Feldhahn

Elijah House Prayer Ministry materials

And now here are a few I look forward to reading in the future

Prophetic Wisdom by Graham Cooke

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Recognizing and Restoring the Severely Abused  Volume One by Tom Hawkins, Ph.D. with Diane W. Hawkins, M.A.

Multiple Identities: Understanding and Supporting the Severely Abused  by Diane W. Hawkins

The Weight of Glory by C. S. Lewis

These are among a few I still want to read along with many, not yet written books. If you know of other book, fiction and non-fiction that have touched your life please comment below and I may add them to my list.

Be blessed, Beloved



  1. Your hate and then love story of reading sounds just like my husband! Our reading list sounds pretty similar, although now you’ve given me some to add to mine! “Beauty will save the world” by Brian zahnd was one of my most recent awesome reads! “Bonhoeffer” was amazing too!

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  2. I love reading peoples’ reading lists! The books that have helped me the last 2 years are: Jesus + Nothing = Everything by Tullian Tchividjian, Glorious Ruin also by Tullian, Grace Walk by Steve McVey, Codependent No More and Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie, Life’s Healing Choices by John Baker, Becoming Myself by Stasi Eldredge, Desire by John Eldredge. I haven’t read much fiction lately..really need to find a good fiction book.

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  3. A lot of your books have been on my list too. According to what you’re going into with inner healing, I would suggest The Three Battlegrounds by Francis Frangipane and Battleground of the Mind by Joyce Meyer. Also, Kris Vallotton’s Spirit Wars and Bill Johnson’s Supernatural Power of the Transformed Mind. Bill Johnson’s book, When Heaven Invades Earth is a classic. Jack Frost’s book, Spiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship is a classic on the orphan heart. Also, Leif Hetland’s Baptism of Love. I a LOT more if you need them. 🙂

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  4. Oh man! I just read The Shack (behind the power curve, I know) and I was undone. Finished it in about 4 hours, between sobs and encounters with Papa, and even though I knew God was good, this stretched my imagination. I even have a good friend who is close with the author and, he told me via text message that I have a hug from Paul waiting for me. So much glory! Also, You will love The Weight of Glory!

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