7 – An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess – Jen Hatmaker Challenging. Still Alice – Lisa Genova Emotional but in a good way. Just Mercy – Bryan Stevenson Eye Opening. In Search of Deep Faith: A Pilgrimage into the Beauty, Goodness, and Heart of Christianity – Jim Belcher A Journey. In The Woods – Tana … Continue reading Favorite Books in 2014 – in no particular order
Since I’m not really blogging at this point – here are some to try. In no particular order – and this is how the Internet can be like reading a very large magazine. Kate Baer Modern Mrs Darcy A Cup of Joe Barnstorming Deliberate Reader Addie Zierman Internet Monk Hollywood Housewife Caris Adel Karen Spears … Continue reading Favorite Blogs
Lord, You have always given bread for the coming day; and though I am poor, today I believe. Lord, You have always given strength for the coming day; and though I am weak, today I believe. Lord, You have always given peace for the coming day; and though of anxious heart, today I … Continue reading Evening Prayer – Celtic Book of Prayer
We were children. But so in love. And we didn’t really know what that meant. But we learned. And are still learning. Thirty four years!
These photos show how many books are in my house – (and they have been purged twice since we moved in here 5.5 years ago). There will be many that need to go in the years ahead. Husband’s Office One shelf left with books in Spare Room Basement Shelves – audio, photo albums, some games … Continue reading So Many Books – So Little Time (or is it So Few Years?)
When We Were On Fire – memoir of Addie Zierman’s church life in the 90s – which did not sound too different from my church life in the 70s. She blogs here: Addie Zierman – How to Talk Evangelical Bread and Wine – Community, sharing a meal with friends, relationships formed, and a balanced view of feasting or … Continue reading Some (mostly) Non-Fiction Books I’ve Enjoyed in 2013 (and maybe 1 from 2012)
I was in my kitchen in Orange, VA with NBC’s Today Show playing on my little tv as I cleaned up the dishes. My daughters (ages 14 and 13) were beginning their homeschool work for the day in another room. I heard Katie Couric and Matt Lauer report that it appeared that a small plane … Continue reading Before We Know the Future