Delays and summary | Grow with us!
Updated: Jul 16
It must have been mere days after posting the last article that we discovered that we would be going on an unexpected trip to Galiwin'ku on Elcho Island. This extended time turned out to be such a blessing, and not just for the relational and language opportunities that it provided. It came shortly after receiving bad news about Elyce's health and so we decided to give Elyce some needed time for respite and for our family to begin to plan a path forward.
But now we are back... So let's do this!
Here's the plan- We're going to do a summary review of some truly amazing books. Feel free to read along, and if there's interest, we can change things up to be more interactive.
I know what you're thinking...
'How is the relevant to me?'
Here's the answer:
Only a few of the books reviewed here will be specific Arnhem Land, and many will be super-duper inspiring!
I've curated a list of some of the best books that we've read that should be of interest to any Christian. Have a look below, and if any spark your interest, let us know and we'll do those first!
When helping hurts- Steve Corbett, Brian Fikkert, et al.
DiscipleShift- Jim Putman, Bobby Harrington, et al.
7 Habits of Highly Effective People- Stephen Covey
The Speed of Trust- Stephen Covey
The Compound Effect- Daniel Meylan
Chase the lion- Mark Batterson
Inviting Leadership- Daniel Mezick, Mark Sheffield
Theology and apologetics
Who Runs the Church?: 4 Views on Church Government- Steven Cowan, et al.
Two Views on Women in Ministry- Craig Blomberg, et al.
General cross-culture studies
Cross-Cultural Apologetics- Wayne Detzler and Douglas Potter
Teaching across cultures- James Plueddemann
Specific history and anthropology
Yolŋu cosmology- John Rudder
Fire in the outback- John Blacket
Why warriors lie down and die- Richard Trudgen
Express your suggestions and interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim & Elyce Richards