What books would I give the students (books they might not otherwise read)?
Year One a book by Elgin
- Peacetalk 101
- How to Turn the Other Cheek and Still Survive in Today's World (I've got three copies in my den "stack of books to give away")
- The Bottom Line On Integrity (I've got two of those left in the "stack of books to give away")
- Steadfast and Immovable: Striving for Spiritual Maturity (I need to reread this one to make sure I still feel the same now that I'm in my right mind, but when I was in the midst of grief it really spoke to me).
- Leadership and Self Deception: Getting Out of the Box (I've given away several, though I'm not sure this is the best book from the Arbringer Institute. One of their books goes on the list, I'm just not sure which one).
- A Framework for Understanding Poverty (So very clear, if you want to understand. The book is not going to provide solutions, but it does give you the tools to understand. I keep meaning to blog about things in this book).
- Paul the Jewish Theologian: A Pharisee among Christians, Jews, and Gentiles
- A Heritage of Faith: Talks Selected from the Byu Women's Conferences (I like the series, but this particular volume I really, really liked).
I don't have the money to give books away like I would want to, but those are books I've been thinking of that teach lessons that people are just not going to learn from the usual books, the usual classes, the usual experiences.
What books would you like to have everyone have a chance to read?