2018 was a year for the books, literally. For the first time ever, I kept track of the books I read. I challenged myself to read 100 books in 2018, and I did it! You can see the books I read, as well as a few reviews here.

I’ve decided to embark on a similiar challenge again this year to read 100 books! (Maybe more, but 100 seemed like a reasonable goal again.) This year, I have a few reading goals that you can read about in this post.

Stay tuned to this page for a list of what I’ve been reading, and you may catch an occasional review. I’d also love to be your friend on GoodReads!

PS. I’m linking up on Amazon to some of my most favourites! These are affiliate links, which means I may receive a small earning if you choose to buy.

2019 Reads:

  • “Free of Me” by Sharon Hodde Miller
  • “White Picket Fences” by Amy Julia Becker
  • “The Life You’ve Always Wanted” by John Ortberg
  • “Celebration of Discipline” by Richard J. Foster
  • “My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward” by Mark Lukach
  • “Stretched Too Thin” by Jessica Turner
  • “It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way” by Lysa Terkeust
  • “Keeping Lucy” by T. Greenwood
  • “In Sickness and in Health” by David Hawkins
  • “Christians in the Age of Outrage” by Ed Stetzer
  • “The Marriage Knot” by Ron & Jody Zappia
  • “Restless Faith” by Richard Mouw
  • “Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?” by Tomas Chamaroo-Premuzic
  • “So Here I Am” by Anna Russell
  • “You Are Enough” by Mandy Hale
  • Maid” by Stephanie Land
  • “The Forgiving Kind” by Donna Everhart
  • “I Am Yours” by Reema Zaman
  • “Silent Agreements” by Linda D. Anderson et. al
  • “Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram” by Adele Calhoun et. al
  • “Not Afraid of the Antichrist” by Michael Brown & Craig Keener
  • “Making Marriage Beautiful” by Dorothy Littell Greco
  • “Woman 99” by Greer Macallister
  • “There are Girls Like Lions” by Cole Swensen
  • “Little Gems” by Jane Langley & Bridget Fogarty
  • “A Woman’s Battle for Grace” by Cheryl Broderson
  • “Start with the Heart” by Kathy Koch
  • “Simply Spirit-Filled” by Dr. Andrew Gabriel
  • “Simple Discipleship” by Dana Allin
  • “The Wrong End of the Table” by Ayser Salman
  • “An Unexpected Hero” from Called and Courageous Girls
  • “Quinn’s Promise Rock” by Christie Thomas
  • “Good News! It’s Easter” by Glenys Nellist
  • “Bible Infographics for Kids” by Harvest House Publishers
  • “Child Proof” by Julie Lowe
  • “Unwanted” by Jay Stringer
  • “Grit & Grace” by Suzanne Gosselin & Gretta Kennedy
  • “Family Systems and Congregational Life” by Robert Creech
  • “Our Daily Bread Bible Sourcebook” by Dave Branon
  • “Love Where You Live” by Shauna Pilgreen
  • “Eternity is Now in Session” by John Ortberg
  • “Truth Unchanging” by Becky Thompson
  • “The Montessori Toddler” by Simone Davies
  • “How to Raise A Reader” by Pamela Paul & Maria Russo
  • “When Grace Walks In: A Study of Ephesians” by Stacey Thacker
  • “Priscilla” by Ben Witherington III
  • “The Way of the Warrior” by Erwin Raphael McManus
  • “We’re All Wonders” by R.J. Palacio
  • “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio
  • “Tough Stuff Parenting” By Paul Basden & Jim Johnson
  • “The Sponsor Effect” by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
  • “How to Stop Losing Your Sh** With Your Kids” by Carla Naumburg
  • “Neighbourhood Church” by Krin Van Tantenthove
  • “The Inn at Hidden Run” by Olivia Newport
  • “The Spies of Shilling Lane” by Jennifer Ryan
  • “Tying Their Shoes” by Rob Green
  • “Boy Mom” by Monica Swanson
  • “Resist & Persist” by Erin Wathen
  • “The Tubman Command” by Elizabeth Cobbs
  • “Something Bad Happened” by Dawn Huebner
  • “I Miss You When I Blink” by Mary Laura Philpott
  • “The 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages” by Marcus Warner & Chris Coursey
  • “Everytime I Feel the Spirit” by Shannon W Dycus
  • “Becoming” by Michelle Obama
  • “The Broken Circle” by Enjeela Ahmadi-Miller
  • “How the Body of Christ Talks” by C. Christopher Smith
  • “Messy Grace” by Caleb Kaltenbach
  • “That Kind of Mother” by Rumaan Alam
  • “The Space Between Us” by Thrity Umrigar

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