Books and More Books
I thought it was it was time to give an update on all the books that are currently on my to be read list. I’m slowly making progress.
Daily Love: Mastin Kipp: I downloaded this from NetGalley because I thought it looked interesting to read. I just started it and already I’m fascinated by the first chapter. Stay tuned for a book review in the future.
Triathlon It Hurts: Gary Smith and Justin Roberts: I decided to read this because well I’m training to live a healthy life and what better way to learn than from people who train for Triathlon’s. I’m looking forward to reading this gem.
The Sacred Year: Michael Yankoski: An autobiography. I enjoy reading autobiographies, especially when it takes you on a spiritual quest.
Wellness for the Glory of God: John Dunlop M.D.: This is a diet book, but I thought it looked interesting to read. I am looking forward to seeing what Dunlop has to say.
Why Cleaning has Meaning: Linda Thomas: I’m not a fan of cleaning, but I thought why not read this.
To Live Is Christ: Beth Moore: a comprehensive study on Paul. I’m not a fan of Paul, but I thought why not read about him, learn, and open up my heart to what he is trying to teach.
God’s Supernatural Power: Frank A. DeCenso: The title got me when I saw it offered for free on Amazon. What do you think?
The Nature Of God Book 1: Mona M. Hanna: 50 Devotions on God’s Love and Acceptance.
God’s Promises of Love book 2: Mona M. Hanna: 30 Devotions on God’s love and acceptance.
Power of Persistent Prayer: Cindy Jacobs: I told my sister about this book and wanted to read it along with her. I have read one chapter. I want to be able to pray with conviction, power, and devotion.
Relationships: A Mess worth making: Timothy S. Lane: I know I need to read this book, but I have been procrastinating.