Mountain valley rockBy Michael Holland

In pursuit of my self-described Christian Businessman PhD, I started on a quest in early 2010 to read 100 books to increase my knowledge, exposure and intellect.  I achieved that goal in late 2012 and now, each year, I strive to read as many books as possible while also listening to Podcasts and reading articles that catch my eye.

Below are the books I read during 2010

The Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel
Counterfeit Gods Timothy Keller
Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a Relentless God Francis Chan
Desiring God: Meditations of a Christian Hedonist John Piper
Facing Your Giants: The God Who Made a Miracle Out of David Stands Ready to Make One Out of You Max Lucado
Fearless:  Imagine Yourself Without Fear Max Lucado
Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit Francis Chan
The Four Obsessions of an Extrodinary Executive Patrick Lencioni
Getting Naked: A Business Fable About the Three Fears that Sabotage Client Loyalty Patrick Lencioni
Intimate Moments with God Ken Gire
Just Do Something Kevin DeYoung
Made to Stick Chip & Dan Heath
The Power of a Whisper Bill Hybels
Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream David Platt
Mere Christianity C. S. Lewis
The Reason for God Timothy Keller
Sway: The Irresistable Pull of Irrational Behavior Roy & Ori Brafman
Silos, Politics and Turf Wars Patrick Lencioni
Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard Chip & Dan Heath
UnChristian:  What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity David Kinnaman & Gabe Lyons
Unfinsihed Business Lee Kravitz
Victory Over the Darkness Neil T. Anderson
A Walk in the Woods Bill Bryson
What is God Really Like Craig Groeschel
What the Dog Saw Malcom Gladwell
Theology for the Community of God Stanley J. Grenz
Born to Run Christopher McDougall


See books read since my quest began in 2010.