The following list of books, assembled by Rev. Mark Pearson, is an excellent resource for further reading on the Gospel and the Christian Life.
C.S. Lewis, Zondervan, 2001
(reprinted from the mid-20th century classic)
Originally radio lectures, these essays explore meaning, truth, and ethics from a classic Christian perspective.
Brian McLaren, Zondervan, 1999
Much like Lewis' "Mere Christianity," McLaren's work explores the foundations of Christian thinking, but from a gentle, but explicitly postmodern point of view.
The Purpose Driven Life
Rick Warren, Zondervan, 2002
Likely to become a classic, this easy-to-read 40 day spiritual journey looks to develop balanced disciples of Jesus.
Renovation of the Heart
Dallas Willard, NavPress, 2002
Willard is on a quest for Christianity to be transformative, not just about beliefs.
The Divine Conspiracy
Dallas Willard, Harpercollins Publishing, 1998
A sometimes difficult book, this tome is an ambitious rereading of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, finding in it transformation for the individual and society.
Being the Body
Charles Colson and Ellen Vaughn, Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2003
Challenges readers to rise above mere "Jesus and me" to transforming culture.
The Great Experiment: Faith and Freedom in America
Os Guinness, NavPress, 2001
Guinness examines the necessity of faith in a free society with clarity and passion.