This month I challenged myself to read at least one book on grace, but as I expected, I didn’t read just one book. Because I love hearing what other people are reading, I thought it would be fun to share what I read this month.
Here’s the list I read in January:
Mom’s Night Out by Tricia Goyer – One of the best fiction books I’ve read in a while. I couldn’t put it down! It’s also a fabulous movie. If you’re a mom, you have to read the book and then watch the movie.
Jesus Himself by Andrew Murray
Jesus Feminist by Sarah Bessey – This book has been recommended to me several times by a couple of friends. I snagged it for cheap or free on Amazon sometime last year (I don’t remember which). I found this book surprisingly good. It really made me think critically about my theology, and any book that makes me do that is a good book in my opinion. I don’t agree with everything Mrs. Bessey believes, but I think this is a book worth reading. My husband and I found a lot of her topics worth discussing and taking to scripture together.
Virtual Freedom by Chris Ducker – As an entrepreneur who works remotely and virtually on just about everything she does, I found this book incredibly helpful. If you’re managing a team of virtual assistants, or want to hire a virtual assistant, I highly recommend this book!
A Woman’s Wisdom by Lydia Brownback – This book was refreshing. I love the book of Proverbs and I enjoyed diving a little deeper into God’s Word with Lydia Brownback. Some parts were slow and other parts I skimmed and still other parts I didn’t 100% agree, but overall this is a great book for women seeking to dive a little bit deeper into the book of Proverbs.
Praying Through the Prophets: Jonah, Micah, Nahum by John Calvin – This was my book on grace this month. What amazing grace to read John Calvin’s prayers through these three prophets. It was a refreshing, short read but filled with depth.
What did you read in January? What were your favorite reads?
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