Another month, another stack of books. I always overshoot my reading abilities and time, but I’d rather do that than not be ambitious and then only get one – or none – read. With hub’s schedule this week I’ll have some evening to do some reading. And I have 20 hours in a car this month just counting one trip so I hope I can get some reading done then as well.
Here we go. You will see some similarities from last month.
Loving the Way Jesus Loves – Philip Ryken – Yes, I’m still reading this one.
From One Ministry Wife to Another – Susie Hawkins –
What Did You Expect – Paul Tripp – I’ve been reading this one for a while, hopefully I’ll polish it off this month – great book
Parenting by God’s Promises – Joel Beeke – liking prinicples of it, not necessarily agreeing with all the underlying theology
Bake in the Day Bakery Cookbook – Cheryl and Griffith Day – I love reading cookbooks and this one is no different. Cookbooks are about three things for me: writing, food, and photos. For it to be a good cookbook, all three have to be present.
Boyhood and Beyond – Bob Schulz – still praying through this one for Baby Campbell
Letting Go of Perfect – Amy Spiegel – This will be a great read because I’m always striving to live up to unrealistic expectations.
A Woman’s Wisdom – Lydia Brownback – I’m looking forward to finishing this before TGC’s Women’s Conference later this month. She is speaking and leading a publishing forum. Brilliant.
Girl Meets God – Lauren Winner – Autobiography for the month.
So, this month I have:
3 Christian Living
That’s a good spectrum for me. Now…gotta get to reading.