Can I add to a prestigious list the follwing?
Prison to Praise - Merlin Carothers - through which I first learned to give thanks no matter what because God is in charge and works even my mistakes to my good.
The Knowledge of the Holy - A W Tozer - through which I began to grasp the awesome nature and majesty of God
Birthright - David Needham - through which I grasped even further our true identity as saints and not sinners.
Who Moved My Cheese? - Spencer Johnson - an unexpected catalyst on our journey into Simple Church.
I'm sure there have been many more on the journey but these are some that spring to mind
"Sit, Walk, Stand" is the best *little volume* on Ephesians in print -- in my opinion of course ;-)
The Ancient Language of Eden by D. Milam. It helped me experience God's love, not just intellectually know it.
I agree with Suzette on that and The Shack, Hinds Feet .Rick Joyners booksi
Most of Francis Frangipanes books. The Lord of the House really helped me realize my ideas of what the Body (church) should be were on target.
Some of George MacDonald's novels. He wrote over 100 years but often through the stories God talks to me about His love, about my heart.....
The End of Religion by Bruxy CaveyHave just begun it but he seems to be right on. It's all about Jesus
Invitation to Liveby Lloyd Douglas also
Magnificent Obsession by the same author. Other people have mentioned So You Don't Want to Go to Church anymore and Blue Like Jazz, I would also add Velvet Elvis to the list.