I love reading! Reading is my absolute favorite thing to do. My perfect day is spent curled up with a book on the couch sipping coffee.
Now that I have a Kindle (I got this one with my birthday money on Black Friday), I’m reading books faster than ever. Every time my husband turns around, I’ve started a new book.
I admit that I drug my heels on buying a Kindle. I love holding a physical book in my hands. I love the smell of the pages turning, and my favorite recharge moments are standing among the literature stacks in the library just running my hands over the spines. I’m a book lover at heart!
I did a pretty good job of sticking to my reading list this year, but I also read books not on my list. Many of those books you’ll find listed below!
So without further ado, if you’re making your book list for 2015, make sure the following make the cut.
The 10 Best Books I Read in 2014
I was raised in the south where rebel flags were the “thing.” We wore our confederate badges like a medal. It made me sick. Still does. Trillia did such a wonderful job of explaining God’s picture of diversity and what it means to be created in the image of God. Her words helped to debunk much of the underlying thinking that was so ingrained in my way of life, unveiling prejudices that I did not even know existed in my heart.
Additionally, the local church she refers to in the book is also the church I came to know Jesus as my Savior in, so hearing more of its story was fascinating. Plus Trillia is friend that I look up to. I love watching what God is doing in and through her sweet, humble spirit. This book is great for anyone who is sick of racial discrimination and ready to start doing something about uniting under the banner of Christ.
What were you favorite books from this year? Any that I need to put on my list for 2015?
P.S. If you need a free printable reading list, check out my 2014 Reading List. There’s a FREE PRINTABLE at the bottom!
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