Many of our readers have reviewed a book pertaining in some way to Church Planting, for this blog. Here are links to the book reviews we’ve published so far:
- Fay Puddicombe reviews Lance Ford and Brad Brisco’s Next Door As It Is In Heaven
- Mark Archibald reviews Erwin McManus’ The Barbarian Way, Community and Worship
- Mark Archibald reviews Holly Catterton Allen and Christine Lawton Ross’ Intergenerational Christian Formation
- Rick Eitzen reviews Abraham Heschel’s The Sabbath and Walter Brueggemann’s Sabbath as Resistance
- Annabel Robinson reviews Gord King’s Seed Falling on Good Soil
- Rick Glasspell reviews Neil Cole & Phil Helfer’s Church Transfusion
- Gord King reviews Tim Chester and Steve Timmis’ Everyday Church
- Craig Bosnick reviews Henri Nouwen’s The Way of the Heart
- Eric West reviews Timothy Paul Jones’ Family Ministry Field Guide
- Dan Bennett reviews Leah Kostamo’s Planted
- Rick Eitzen reviews Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
- Dan Bennett reviews Michael Frost’s Jesus the Fool
- Collin Carbno reviews Alan Hirsch’s The Forgotten Ways
- Matt Kitchener reviews Paul Sparks’ The New Parish
- Fay Puddicombe reviews Stuart Murray’s Planting Churches in the 21st Century
- Kathy Cheveldayoff reviews David Fitch & Geoff Holsclaw’s Prodigal Christianity
- Mark Archibald reviews Ed Stetzer and Warren Bird’s Viral Churches
We hope you enjoy this resource!
If you would like to participate in this initiative, contact us with the name of the book you would like to review, and your mailing address, and we’ll send you the book at no charge to read and report for us!
In regards to a review, we’re really looking for a brief overview, plus your reaction–readability, theology–will this book be helpful for others to read? And, what did you learn that you can share with others? How does it apply (or not apply) to your context? The whole thing can be as brief as 300 words.
Here is a list of some of the books that are still available, or feel free to suggest your own: