1. Humility, True Greatness - by C.J. Mahaney
Recommended to me by a colleague, insert joke about me needing to read it weekly.
2. Mega Gifts by Jerod Panas
Thoroughly enjoyable read for those who have to do development work. The author even takes time to hint at the phenomenon of God giving back to a person when they give, even though He doesn't understand it Scripturally.
3. Bonhoeffer by Eric Metaxas
Awesome. Long. But awesome.
4. Theory U by C. Otto Scharmer
I probably need to read it twice to fully understand it. No.
5. The Permanent Revolution by Alan Hirsch and Tim Catchim
Thoroughly enjoyed this read - even took the APEST personality tests. Made me dive into the translation of Ephesians 4:11 - do modern day apostles exist? (Rhetorical question - please do not light up the comments section). Enjoyed this book a little more than The Forgotten Ways by Hirsch.
6. The Thank You Economy by Gary Van Ner Chuk
May have read this in 2011, but oh well.
7. Missional Reniassance by Reggie McNeal
Makes you think about our concepts of "church."
8. Boards that Make a Difference by John Carver
Actually re-read this in 2012. Never hurts to brush up on policy-based governance.
More to come if I can remember what else there was. Thanks to all the authors for shaping my thinking in 2012.