My Bookshelf

I am a firm believer that the more you read and take in, the more you will understand and be able to process. Their is no limit to the amount of information available, but I do think it is important to view all information with an open mind and realize that there are two sides to an argument and sometimes their is no winner, or loser.

Here is what I've been reading:
  • Holy Bible
  • A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy - Wesley Smith 
  • No More Food Fights! - Michele Payn-Knoper
  • Happy Happy Happy - Phil Robertson
  • Crossroads - Wm Paul Young
  • Monster - Frank Peretti
  • The Dragonfly Effect - Jennifer Aaker
  • Outlaw - Ted Dekker
  • Food - Jennifer Clapp
  • Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims - Rush Limbaugh
  • From the Garden to the City - John Dyer
  • Brick By Brick - David C. Robertson
  • Grace - Max Lucado
  • Start with Why - Simon Sinek
  • Strengths-Based Leadership - Tom Rath 
  • The Circle Maker - Mark Batterson