20/20 Book Reading Plan
a plan to read 20 books by 2020
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind…” Romans 12:2.
Objective: Read 5 books from each year’s list in order to read 20 books by the end of 2020.
Each of these titles is available for purchase in print or in electronic form. While this will require some expense to purchase the books, the monetary investment will yield great spiritual dividends for the glory of God.
Suggestions for reading:
1) Read 10-15 minutes per day, perhaps adding it to your devotional time each day.
2) Read with pen in hand, underlining or noting important statements.
3) Have a reading accountability partner to help keep you on track.
4) Try to read a book every couple of months.
5) Pray for God to teach you great truths through the lives and ministries of others.
Borden of Yale – Mrs. Howard Taylor
Incomparable Christ – J. Oswald Sanders
The Pursuit of Holiness – Jerry Bridges
God’s Battle Plan – David Saxton
Anxious For Nothing – John MacArthur
The Crises of the Christ – G. Campbell Morgan
Just What the Doctor Ordered – Walter Wilson
Through Gates of Splendor – Elisabeth Elliot
Knowing God – J.I. Packer
The Glory Due His Name – Gary Reimers
Spiritual Depression – D.M. Lloyd-Jones
Pilgrim’s Progress – John Bunyan
Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life – Donald Whitney
The Pursuit of God – A.W. Tozer
To The Golden Shore – Courtney Anderson
For the Sake of His Name – David Doran
A Call to Spiritual Reformation – D.A. Carson
When People are Big and God is Small – Ed Welch
Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hand – Paul Tripp
Biblical Leadership – Ken Collier and Matt Williams
New Heart, New Spirit, New Song – Douglas Bachorik
George Muller of Bristol – A.T. Pierson
From the Mind of God to the Mind of Man – James B. Williams, Ed.
Essential Virtues – Jim Berg
More Than Spectators – Paul Downey
The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment – Jeremiah Burroughs
Set Apart – R. Kent Hughes
Not By Chance – Layton Talbert
"...growing Christians are reading Christians."
--Donald Whitney, Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, 231