Woman looking through her library

Welcome to my Library

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The picture in the photo is not my library but I sure wish it was (#goals). I am a huge bookworm and am mildly obsessed with books. I usually always carry a book with me (yes, a physical book), because you never know when you might have a moment to read a few pages.

7 months ago, I released 2 ebook devotionals and became a published author, something I never thought would happen! I was content with my ebook life until people began asking me for the physical version of the books. I researched, I formatted, and now, finally, those paperbacks are here!

So, to celebrate my love of literature and the fact that physical copies of my books can officially be purchased (woo-hoo!), I want to dig into some of my favorite Christian-living books currently in my library.

And, because sharing is caring, I am also holding a giveaway. In the month of April, if you interact with one of my “Welcome to my Library” posts you are entered to win a free paperback copy of my His Story devotional that’s all about the character of God. Here’s how it’s going to work:
1 like = 1 entry
1 comment = 2 entries
1 reblog = 3 entries

The contest will run from April 1-30, 2018 and I’ll announce the winner sometime on May 1st.

You can purchase both His Story and My Story in digital and paperback formats on Amazon.

So, to get the conversation going, let me know what some of your favorite Christian-living books are and why.

Disclosure: some links in this post are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. 

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21 comments

  1. I admire your creativity in engaging your readers. Since I am (so much) older than you, for my recent 60th birthday, I put together a “top 60” book list (hence, I can’t suggest just one book). https://moreenigma.wordpress.com/2018/03/14/top6060/
    I suspect a person can put together a top 30, etc for when they reach milestones (with joy rather than dread) – in recognition of the wisdom we all gain grudgingly or otherwise.
    I do have a fine personal library… that my wife “helps” me weed out books from time to time. I have two entire shelves devoted to books “yet to read”. I find unread books burn a whole in my shelf – thus I am earnest to give them their due.

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  2. My favorite (current) books are: What Would Judas Do? by John Perritt; why Nobody Wants to be around Christians Anymore…by Thom and Joani Schultz; Morning and Evening by Spurgeon; Hole in Our Holiness by Kevin de Young. How do I re-blog your post? (New at this.) –Lisa

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    1. “What Would Judas Do?” sounds fascinating! And what an attention-grabbing title!

      You can reblog by hitting the button next to the “like” button below the text of the post and above these comments. You can add some text above the post to intro it and you should be good to go!

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  3. Also….how could I forget a book on grieving by Nancy Guthrie? It’s called: What Grieving People Wish You Knew about What Really Helps (and What Really Hurts) It’s a long title (!) but it’s a great primer for the whole family on being a supportive friend to a grief-stricken person. I hope that qualifies as Christian living. Grief is a part of living, and we never take a class on how to “weep with those who weep.” 🙂

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