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crakjak 11-19-2007 08:52 AM

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E Myth Mastery The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company by Michael E. Gerber

Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis

Every Knee Shall Bow by Thomas Allin The Case for Christian Universalism

Anybody reading anything new and good??

LaVonne 11-19-2007 09:04 AM

I am reading a book called "Parenting With Purpose" by Glenda Andrus, it's the best parenting book I've read. :)

I typically shy away from these kinds of books, but this one is awesome...plus I've met this lady and her family and she really does practice what she teaches...she's got the most amazing family I've ever met!

MrsMcD 11-19-2007 09:06 AM

Right People, Right Place, Right Plan: Discerning the Voice of God by Jentezen Franklin.

I just started the book and so far I have enjoyed it.

Sam 11-19-2007 10:11 PM

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Originally Posted by crakjak (Post 305300)
Anybody reading anything new and good??

Just finished "The One True God" by Mark Fogarty
Just started "Restoring the Apostolic Faith" by J.L. Hall
Both of these books are from the PPH.

I'll probably re-read "The Happiest People on Earth" next.
It's about Demos Shakarian who founded the FGBMFI but there are also some neat stories in there about the Holy Spirit moving in Armenia/Russia in the late 1800's. This activity of the Holy Spirit and also His moving among folks in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky in the late 1800's are usually overlooked when we talk about the history of the Pentecostal movement.

crakjak 11-20-2007 12:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Sam (Post 306048)
Just finished "The One True God" by Mark Fogarty
Just started "Restoring the Apostolic Faith" by J.L. Hall
Both of these books are from the PPH.

I'll probably re-read "The Happiest People on Earth" next.
It's about Demos Shakarian who founded the FGBMFI but there are also some neat stories in there about the Holy Spirit moving in Armenia/Russia in the late 1800's. This activity of the Holy Spirit and also His moving among folks in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky in the late 1800's are usually overlooked when we talk about the history of the Pentecostal movement.

This is great folks, keep it coming, share what has inspired or interested you?

MrsMcD 11-20-2007 07:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Sam (Post 306048)
Just finished "The One True God" by Mark Fogarty
Just started "Restoring the Apostolic Faith" by J.L. Hall
Both of these books are from the PPH.

I'll probably re-read "The Happiest People on Earth" next.
It's about Demos Shakarian who founded the FGBMFI but there are also some neat stories in there about the Holy Spirit moving in Armenia/Russia in the late 1800's. This activity of the Holy Spirit and also His moving among folks in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky in the late 1800's are usually overlooked when we talk about the history of the Pentecostal movement.

I love Mark Fogarty. I haven't read that book. I'll have to get it.

LordChocolate 11-21-2007 07:13 PM

Below are my last 5. I am about to start Digital Signal Processing: Signals, Systems, and Filters. I am an engineer working with digital signals and thought this would be a great addon.


Quantum Dynamics Of Simple Systems - A powerful symposium about negative curvatures surfaces and how they coincide with the quantum theories. A great book with plenty of math equations and models. A focus on Selberg trace formula seems to be the central theme.

Code Ciphers & ther Cryptic & Clandestine Communication - A nice easy read on the history of ciphers and how they are used today.

Advanced Algorithmic Approaches to Medical Image Segmentation: State-of-the-Art Applications in Cardiology, Neurology, Mammography and Pathology - Not an easy read. The examples are ridiculus and some do not even work. Medical Image Segmentation is a new science but this book is not the definitive work on this subject.

Artificial Neural Networks in Biomedicine - Outstanding book. All of the examples and details are very pertinent. Not a light read but a very good one.

Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms, and Applications, 4th Edition - This book is done fairly well. The notes and examples are well done but did have few errors. The book is not designed for entry level engineers.

Scott Hutchinson 11-21-2007 08:37 PM

I'm currently reading The Subtle Power Of Spiritual Abuse by David Johnson,Jeff Vanvonderen it's a very good read.

Nahum 11-21-2007 09:38 PM

I am reading "Treasures of the Snow" by Patricia St. John.

It was required reading when I was in the A.C.E. school.

I was on a CBD site last week, saw it, and ordered it.

Wow! What an excellent book.

I am requiring all three of my teenagers read it.

Neck 11-21-2007 11:02 PM

"The Fred Factor" Mark Sanborn

Great book.


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