Books Read by Henry Luke #154

“A Method For Prayer–Freedom in the face of God” by Matthew Henry

“A Praying Life” by Paul E. Miller Navpress 2009 read 2015

“Counter Culture” by David Platt Tyndale 2015 Read 2015

“Don’t Make A & P Mad” by J. E. Davis in 1990 Read May 2015

“Getting it Done—how to lead when you’re not in charge” by Roger Fisher & Alan Sharp in 1999 Read in early 2000 decade

“How People Change” By Timothy S. Lane & Paul David Tripp

16 books Left Behind Series by Tim Lahaye and Jerry Jenkins Read 1st half of 2015

Books recommended by Dr Heath Lambert  books-and-scripture-recommend-by-dr-lambert-for-6-problemsdoc So far I have read 3 of these books 7/25/2016

“In A Pit With A Lion–How to survive and thrive when opportunity roars” & “Circle Maker” by Mark Batterson read 2013

“The Steward Leader- Transforming people, organizations and communities” by R. Scott Rodin

“New Birth or Rebirth—Jesus Talks with Krishna” by Ravi Zacharias cr2008 read 2015

“Walking from East to West” by Ravi Zacharia

“If You Can Keep It-the forgotten promise of American liberty” by Eric Metaxas

“Red Sea Rules” by Robert J. Morgan in 2001 Read in April 2015

Joel Rosenberg Books

“Stop Setting Goals–If you would rather solve problems” by Bobb Biehl in 1995
Read June 2015

HISTORY

“Astoria” by Peter Stark cr2014 read 2015; Story of John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson trying to establish an American Trading Post where the Columbia River enters the Pacific Ocean in 1812.

“Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow cr2004 read 2015; biography of “arguably the most important figure in American history who never attained the presidency, but had a far more lasting impact than many who did.”

“Blind Man’s Bluff” The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage – October 3, 2000 by Sherry Sontag  and Christopher Drew  An untold story about submarine espionage during the height of the cold war with Russia.

“The Fall of the House of Zeus” The rise and ruin of America’s most powerful trial lawyer by Curtis Wilkie cr2010 read 2015; Dick Scruggs made billions as a trial lawyer in tobacco and Asbestos mass tort lawsuits. He was a member of the good old boy network that graduated from the Ole Miss law school.

“The Men Who Built The Transcontinental Railroad 1863-1869” by Stephen E. Ambrose

Henry Luke Revised July 25, 2016; 1/19/2017

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