I recently read three books, each running about 200 pages.
The first was The Suburban Christian by Albert Hsu. I thought it was a very helpful book on suburban Christian spirituality that fills a gap in understanding life in suburbia. There are points Hsu makes that I don't completely agree with, but all-in-all this is a good book worth checking out.
The second was Simple Church by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger. I really wasn't sure what to expect since I hadn't read Rainer in near a decade. I really enjoyed the book. It was similar to something Andy Stanley might say (and at times has said), and I say that as a compliment. If you are a pastor or church leader, this book will have plenty of good advice for you.
The third and final read I both started and finished last night. It was Speaking of Jesus by J. Mack Stiles. This book has been on my shelf for a few years at least. I really was looking to read a book that gave some practical, conversational helps. I wasn't disappointed. There were a few places where I wish Stiles would have taken a more missional approach, but as a whole I liked the book and would encourage my people to read it. If you are looking for some practical advice on talking with people about Jesus there are many good things out there, and this book is a good one too.