Fall Reading

Breaking FreeBreaking Free: Discover the Victory of Total Surrender
by Beth Moore
B & H Publishing Group
2007
Comments: I will always cherish this resource as it impacted my life in tremendous ways at such a crucial time. I needed to understand the strongholds that were holding me back from God’s best for my life.
I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an AtheistI Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist
by Norman L. Geisler & Frank Turek
Crossway Books & Bibles
2004
Comments: This was the first book I read on apologetics. Apologetics is the discipline of defending our faith. I loved this book because it was very easy to read and understand. I was pleasantly surprised to learn how much logic goes into understanding our faith!
Heaven is for RealHeaven is for Real for Kids: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back
by Todd Burpo
Crossway Books & Bibles
2004
Comments: My daughter, son and I talk about this book all the time. We love to discuss heaven and what it is going to be like. This book touched my heart in many ways, and for a children’s book, grew my own faith in the Lord! Grab this book for a very special bedtime with your children. After reading it, get on your knees with your children and pray together.
His Needs, Her NeedsHis Needs, Her Needs
by Willard F. Harley Jr.
Revell
2011
Comments: My husband I read this book and discussed it together one night a week a few years ago. We called it our book club. It was a great alternative activity to just turning on the TV once the kids were in bed at night.
Not a FanNot a Fan: Becoming a Completely Committed Follower of Jesus
by Kyle Idleman
Zondervan
2011
Comments: Practical, transparent and convicting, the perspective this book gave me changed my walk with the Lord in many ways. I loved how the author interpreted Scripture in light of total surrender. It opened my understanding on how to be a very different follower of Jesus Christ.
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