Like most folks on the web, I've been watching the ebook shift with great interest over the past few years.
For the last month or so, instead of reading the NASB Bible I've had for the last few years, I've been reading The Voice New Testament, which I got through Thomas Nelson's BookSneeze program for bloggers.
I recently read Follow Me to Freedom: Leading As an Ordinary Radical by Shane Claiborne and John Perkins, and as I expected it was a wonderful read.
Thanks to TheOOZE Viral Bloggers, I recently got to read Thy Kingdom Connected: What the Church Can Learn from Facebook, the Internet, and Other Networks by Dwight Friesen.
Lastnight, we had the opportunity to see Jim Wallis of Sojourners in Atlanta on the book tour for his new book, Rediscovering Values: On Wall Street, Main Street, and Your Street.
Starting with last year, I decided to try each year to write a post on some of the books I've read during the year.
Recently, I read Julie Clawson's new book, Everyday Justice: The Global Impact of Our Daily Choices.
Through the OOZE Viral Bloggers program, I recently got to read The Justice Project.
Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.
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