Finished the wonderful Buechner's Telling the Truth. Get it and read it - especially if you are involved in any kind of ministry.
I have returned to Michael Gorman's rather harder but extremely stimulating new book on Paul's theology.
I am also reading Christopher Bryan's Render to Caesar: Jesus, the Early Church and the Roman superpower which I got half-price in the Oxford University Press summer sale (which is nice!).
It's well written, considerably 'lighter' than Gorman and offers a nuanced interaction with a plethora of studies on Jesus and empire and in particular the work of William Horsley. Mid-way through chapter, I'd say it's pretty good.
I'm also trying to plan the autumn programme and finding myself unable to make anything work but I'll keep prodding away.