I’ve read more than just the 13 books I’ve mentioned this month, so here are a few more gems that have been impacted my life!
I can love others right where I’m at. We all can’t be like Bob Goff, but we can all practice loving those around us.
If you’re in the church, if you’re serving your community, leading groups, or discipling others, The Emotionally Healthy Church could be a valuable resource for you.
I’m not perfect at being present, nor will I ever be, but thankfully that’s not the goal. I’m so grateful that perfection isn’t the standard I’m required to fill because, as much as I hate to admit it, that’s a goal I will never, ever achieve.
I’m glad I’m not a neurosurgeon but I’m even more thankful that God has given me the tools and the desire to renew my mind.
If you struggle to open up, hate being authentic, or loathe the idea of intimacy, Scary Close is a great one to add to your library!
When I begin to try and make myself the Noun again, the Lord always reminds me of C.S. Lewis’s “The Problem of Pain” so I can shift my focus back to where it belongs.
During the month of April we’re going to be digging into some of my favorite Christian living books currently in my library!