my friend just read "crazy love" and she said it ripped her a new one. --which is actually what i look for in a good book. it talks about aspiring to the median. the average household makes $40,000 and so the idea is, if you make more than that, you live off the 40 and give away the rest. i like it. it's challenging and i like a challenge.
i myself would like to read more by mark driscoll, matt chandler, and john piper. if you haven't ever seen it, look up "john piper health wealth prosperity gospel" on youtube. it's kinda amazing.
it would pretty much kick joel olsteen in the crotch.