Books read in 2011

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  1. Whose Word is it Anyway?: Receiving and Acting on Personal and Corporate Prophecy (by Keith Hazell)
  2. Zion’s Christian Soldiers?: The Bible, Israel and the Church (by Stephen Sizer)
  3. Living Under Grace: Romans 6: 1-7: 25 (by Michael Eaton)
  4. Fathering Leaders, Motivating Mission (by David Devenish)
  5. The Message of Luke (by Michael Wilcock)
  6. The Confession (by John Grisham)
  7. The Covenant Meal: Meaningful Holy Communion (by Dave Matthews)
  8. Ordering your private world (by Gordon Macdonald
  9. Good to Grow (by Steve Tibbert)
  10. The Spirit-filled Church (by Terry Virgo)
  11. The Message of Mark (Bible Speaks Today)
  12. WordPress Plugin Development (by Vladimir Prelovac)
  13. The Code Book (By Simon Singh)
  14. Just Walk Across the Room (By Bill Hybels)
  15. Glory Invasion (By David Herzog)
  16. Straight to the Heart of Acts (By Phil Moore)
  17. MI6: The History of the Secret Intelligence Service 1909-1949
  18. Raised with Christ (by Adrian Warnock)
  19. Agent Zigzag: The True Wartime Story of Eddie Chapman (by Ben Macintyre)
  20. Mushrooms: River Cottage Handbook No.1
  21. Pagan Christianity (By Frank Viola)
  22. Battle for the Mind (by David Holden)
  23. The Message of Matthew (Bible Speaks Today)
  24. Money, Possessions and Eternity (by Randy Alcorn)
  25. Operation Mincemeat (By Ben Macintyre)
  26. J. Hudson Taylor: A Man in Christ (By Roger Steer)
  27. What the Dog Saw (by Malcolm Gladwell)
  28. Storm Warning: The Origins of the Weather Forecast (by Pauline Halford)


Andy Moyle is a church leader and web developer. His biggest project is the Church Admin WordPress plugin and app. He also runs, mainly so he can eat pizza.