I'm a hopeless lover of books. Words are the building blocks of thought, imagination, creativity and endless conversation. It creates a world of its own, and really, the kind of words and ideas and principles you fill your mind with makes you what you are. Because, as a man thinks in his heart, so is he.

Autobiographical works, historical fiction, philosophical and Christian literature are my favorite genres. Here's a constantly updated list of my most memorable reads, both recent and all-time favourites in my books! 

'Not on My Watch' by Don Cheadle

'Discipling Nations' by Don Miller

'Bruchko' by Bruce Olson

'Eternity in Our Hearts' by Don Richardson

'Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet & Spy' by Eric Metaxas

'Provocations' by Soren Kierkegaard

'The Death of Napoleon' by Simon Leys

'The Reason for God' by Timothy Keller

'Celebration of Discipline' by Richard Foster

'War Child' by Emmanuel Jal

'The Insanity of God' by Nik Ripken

'Afghanistan, Where God Only Comes to Weep' by Siba Shakib

'The Pilgrim's Progress' by John Bunyan

'God Sleeps in Rwanda: A Journey of Transformation' by Joseph Saberenzi

'Into the Land of Blue Burqas' by Kate McCord 

'Not Without My Daughter' Betty Mahmoody

'A Long Walk to Freedom' by Nelson Mandela

'God Grew Tired of Us: the Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan' by John Bul Dau

'Forbidden Lessons in a Kabul Guesthouse' by Suraya Sadeed 

'Left to Tell: Finding God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust' by Immaculee Illibagiza

'Son of Hamas' by Mosad Yousef

'Tears of the Desert: A Memoir of Survival in Darfur' by Halima Bashir

'Les Miserables' by Victor Hugo

'Gogo Mama: A Journey into the Lives of Twelve African Women' by Sally Sara

'The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr.' by Martin Luther King Jr.

'Love Does' by Bob Goff

'There is No Me Without You: One Woman's Courage to Change the Lives of AIDS Orphans in Ethiopia' by Melissa Fay Greene

'The Cross and the Switchblade' David Wilkerson

'Love in the Driest Season' by Neely Tucker

'Musicophilia' by Oliver Sacks

'Mere Christianity'; 'The Great Divorce' by C.S. Lewis

'Gifted Hands' by Dr. Ben Carson

'Kisses for Katie' by Katie Davis

'The Alchemist' and 'The Fifth Mountain' by Paulo Coelho

'Rumours of Another World' and 'The Jesus I Never Knew' by Phillip Yancey

'Dreaming Wide Awake' by Erwin Raphael McManus

'Raising My Voice' by Malalai Joya

'A Severe Mercy' by Sheldon Vanauken

'Black Like Me' by John Howard Griffin

'The Hole in Our Gospel' by World Vision President Richard Stearns

'Skin' and 'The Circle Trilogy' by Ted Dekker

'The Lord of the Rings' by J. R. Tolkien